i finished this book last night and wasn’t even sure how i did. seriously! i thought it would get annoying how the chapters went from “then” and “now” but it actually made the book move quickly. 
all i have to say is: i KNEW it would end like that. knew it.
anywho, if you’re like me and can’t seem to get into any substantial works at the moment, start with delirium and work your way to pandemonium. they’re quick and fun and have an interesting concept.

i finished this book last night and wasn’t even sure how i did. seriously! i thought it would get annoying how the chapters went from “then” and “now” but it actually made the book move quickly. 

all i have to say is: i KNEW it would end like that. knew it.

anywho, if you’re like me and can’t seem to get into any substantial works at the moment, start with delirium and work your way to pandemonium. they’re quick and fun and have an interesting concept.

  1. aclikeslater said: I started it last night, too, but I haven’t read very much yet.
  2. abitofsilliness said: I agree about the “then” & “now” thing. It’s simultaneously building suspense but driving me crazy. *haha* I’m only about halfway through.
  3. cats-books-donuts said: reading this now!
  4. ellegolightly said: Oooooh damn, I can’t wait to see if I predict the ending like you and Marcia did! Is there gonna be a third book to the series?
  5. tallgirltales said: can’t wait to read this. i’m saving it for my trip to cali next weekend!
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