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To start off, I will say what I didn't like. Sorry let me correct myself, what I thought I won't like while reading the story. It seemed that I would not like the world of [b:Delirium|11614718|Delirium (Delirium, #1)|Lauren Oliver|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1327890411s/11614718.jpg|10342808] (forgive me if I get a little personal here!) I really can't think of a world without love. I.CAN'T. PERIOD. I LOVE being loved as well as I LOVE to reciprocate it.
"They say that in the old days, love drove people to madness...They say that in the old days, love drove people to madness."
How is it even possible to like a world where love is seen nothing more than a disease that needs to be "Cured"? How? Why? Is that even possible? Really? All the questions came haunting me, seriously!
I really liked how the author portrayed the character. From the beginning, I kind of liked Lena. Her leaps of faith makes her what she actually is.
"He who leaps for the sky may fall, it's true. But he may also fly."
And Alex....where do begin? He is just one of the AWESOMEST male leads among the books I've read, seriously! The chemistry between them, God I have rarely fell so much in love with a couple from a book..what more can I say?
According to me, [a:Lauren Oliver|2936493|Lauren Oliver|http://d.gr-assets.com/authors/1291156327p2/2936493.jpg]'s Delirium is kind of a masterpiece. Delirium is such a world that would take you inside it and within the blink of an eye you feel that you are the very part of it. Marvelous reading.