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Lena joins the resistance effort against the oppressive government and fights for freedom.
After escaping from Portland, Lena makes it to the Wilds and becomes part of an Invalid community. Weak and grieving for Alex, Lena fights to survive. And then she fights her oppressors.
As the viewpoint shifts between Lena’s time in the Wilds and the present day, which is set in Brooklyn, Lena transforms into a warrior for the resistance. In New York City, the grass-roots movement for a Deliria-Free America (the DFA) is gathering strength, and its leader, Thomas Fineman, recruits more supporters by the day. His son Julian–as-yet uncured–heads up the DFA’s youth organization. Lena is tasked with blending into the DFA’s rallies; she seems to be a supporter yet she is really a spy.
I still find the concept of love being a disease a very interesting concept and love how the author pulls it off! I enjoyed the first book, but I think I actually enjoyed this one more because it had more action in it, where Delirium was more of a slow build. Pandemonium jumps back and forth from what is happening now to when Lena was first out in the wilds. I like how things connect and weave into each other from past and present.
I really liked the new relationships and characters that came in for this story. I liked Julian better than Alex and Raven is an interesting character who I liked sometimes and wanted to blow up at other times. There are some very heart breaking points in the book and few very slow points. I enjoyed the ending (even if it was a cliffhanger) and I can’t wait to see what happens in Requiem (only 2 more months!).
Great characters, great writing, more action, a must read!