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Dick Jeukens Jeukens itibaren Lichtenberg, Almanya

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bu çok karanlık olduğu için puan alır. sert bir okumaydı, bir romandan ziyade taksitler olarak düşünülüyordu, ama onun peşinden gittim. nihayetinde çok eğlendim.

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This review is posted at www.TalesWithTea.com **HERE!** Wither is a beautifully written novel that has an equally beautiful cover. Just look at it!! DeStefano has a magical way with words. Her writing is so effortless, flawless, and easy to read that you get lost inside of her world - the world of Wither. Wither takes place in a world where both men and women live only until their early twenties (25 for men and 20 for women). Because of this the characters are forced to live a hurried life. Under these circumstances, I understood why this world condoned polygamy and young mothers. The youngest mother, being only 13 or 14, was a bit disturbing. But like I said, when you only live to be 20, it's more understandable. The protagonist, Rhine, is definitely a realistic character in demeanor. She is in no way over-the-top or hard to follow. I loved her for this. Even though I had some trouble understanding her reasoning and choices, I still felt she was down to earth and ultimately a believable character. I loved the diversity between Rhine and her sister wives, and the different relationships they each developed with Linden. Also, I've got to admit, I felt super bad for Linden! Poor fellow! I wish I could have felt better about his story, but I guess that's the way the cookie crumbles. And Gabriel? Guuuurl, we did not get to see enough of him! All I can say is the second book best be having lots more of him! Hehe ;) I was definitely left with lots of questions after finishing Wither. Where is the government? How are they coping with these circumstances? Is there a lack of government or an uprising? Sadly, we didn't get to see very much of the 'outside world,' as we spend most of the novel within the mansion walls. I can understand that under Rhine's circumstances, world exploration wasn't really possible during Wither. Perhaps the second book will dive into life beyond the walls. Overall, Wither was a deliciously wonderful read! My Rating: 4 / 5 - Ashlee