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Pandemonium ✪ [PDF] ✐ Pandemonium By Lauren Oliver ✷ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Pokračování dystopické trilogie Delirium o světě kde je láska chorobouPo útěku se Lena ocitne v Divočině a musí se smířit s faktem že vše co doposud prožila lidi co znala – to všec Pokračování dystopické trilogie Delirium o světě kde je láska chorobouPo útěku se Lena ocitne v Divočině a musí se smířit s faktem že vše co doposud prožila lidi co znala – to všechno je už jen minulost a neexistuje žádné předtím Připojuje se ke skupině Nežádoucích kteří mají v úmyslu proniknout do světa „za plotem“ kde se zúčastní velké demonstrace Tu uspořádal ABAD – Amerika bez amor deliria – organizace hlásající nevyhnutelnost léčby Když se však Lena setká s Julianem synem zakladatele ABADu klukem jenž zosobňuje všechny její hodnoty ani netuší že se jejich osudy zkříží víc než by si kdy pomyslela.

  • Hardcover
  • 304 pages
  • Pandemonium
  • Lauren Oliver
  • Czech
  • 28 March 2016

10 thoughts on “Pandemonium

  1. Lindsay Lindsay says:

    Pre ReviewIf Alex doesn't make itthen my heart will implode I really hope that Pandemonium has the following or I'm not sure I'd make it through this book Alex is alive in prison and not cured because no one better touch a hair on his head Lena WAITS for him gets stronger and drum roll rescues him Lena doesn't fall in love with some other dude with pretty eyes and kissable lips or I'd SOS himShoot on SightSo the book is coming out February 28 and I preordered my copy Post ReviewOh lordcoming soon

  2. Ela Ela says:

    Also posted on my blog YA AnonymousMy God That ending That had to be the most awkward awkward moment I've ever read in a book EVERBut then a bit later on it hits me how hilarious the situation Lena's gotten herself in and the laughter startsOh Lena You poor poor girl But what a hell of a book Where is the next one when I need it the most?Before reading Pandemonium I really doubted that this book could follow up to Delirium and its tragic ending There had just been too many shitty seuels that could make me enthusiastic about reading them But I really should've known better than to doubt Lauren OliverIn Pandemonium Lena is having to survive in the Wilds with her new friends is having to prove herself worthy to be in the resistance and is having to forget the boy who made her rebel in the first place infected her Alex I know that in Delirium a number of people didn't find Lena that kick ass heroine that we all love in her defense all those rules would scare me too into rebelling But in Pandemonium I feel that she definitely redeemed herself Now without all those regulations and boundaries Lena was able to unleash her inner survivalist which wasn't a very easy thing to do after all that she's been through She even is deemed strong enough by her fellow rebels to be part of the resistance I definitely saw of Lena in action scenes and winning in this book than in the previous So I definitely think of her as part of the kick ass heroine club nowI also know that a lot of you didn't really like the fact that Lena is allegedly going to fall in love with someone other than Alex and I'm sorry to tell you guys but that fact is true If that is enough for you to run away screaming from this book by all means do but let me just tell you now you are missing out on a hell of a lot of goodies if you do that I have to admit though I did kind of dislike Lena's new love interest It might be because he for me was a little naive or it could be plainly just because he wasn't Alex Also at times I felt that their relationship was a little forced The love interest Julian would say weird things like your hair smells like roses or your waist is so small yes that not only creeped Lena out but creeped me out too I don't know if it was just lack of being around females that made him act this way and trust me; I go to an all girls school and whenever a person of the opposite walks by my beloved classmates throw themselves at him or what but I was pretty skeptical of him at first After a while though and getting to know his character he grew on me but of course before it got than that the ending got in the way of everything as expressed in the mini review aboveAn aspect of the book I really enjoyed was Lena's life in the Wilds In Delirium we didn't really get to experience the Wilds too much and that was something I was really looking forward to in this book As cool as I thought it would be living in the Wilds it ended up not being the paradise that I was expecting It was actually pretty brutal out there and with the addition of Scavengers Invalids that attack just for kicks it became even harder to survive out there I uite liked all the new characters too Raven Tack Hunter Loved them and the fact that they gave birth to Lena in the woods as Lena said about Raven in the book Other than creepy Julian and the random add of Scavengers and the possible future love triangle as hinted in the ending of Pandemonium I very very much enjoyed this book and you have no idea how much I'm craving for the next and final book But I guess after that killer cliff hanger who wouldn't?

  3. shady boots shady boots says:

    Read a coherent review of this book over at my blogOMG OH MY GODOH MY FUCKING CLIFFHANGERAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARGHseveral screaming fits laterview spoilerALEX IS ALIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIVEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE SDGFJINOFASOISGJFOAISJMGPLDSA'G;SAD'GDASP;L'GAOASGNSJGPO hide spoiler

  4. Claudia Ramírez Claudia Ramírez says:

    OMFGI loved this book SO MUCH I couldn't put it down Why you people don't like Julian? He's PERFECT I tell you perfect I liked Alex I really did but I LOVED Julian I'm totally team Julian and I'm willing to know what happens in Reuiem AND THE ENDING It has the worst cliffhanger EVER Well the worst in a good way I started cursing when I finished it lucky I already have my copy of Reuiem with me and I'll start reading it tonightOH words can't express how much I loved this book and how much I loved Julian I loved the fact that Lena could find love again and ahhh I'm so happy and I have a knot in my stomach because OMG poor Alex What is going to happen now?OMFGGGG

  5. Stacia (the 2010 club) Stacia (the 2010 club) says:

    Sorry folks there might be some spoiler age for the outcome of book 1 the previous book in this review because I have a wee bit of an incoming rant ready to go and I don't think I can hold it back edit while this review only has spoilers for book 1 you may want to avoid the comments discussion below the review if you don't want book 2 spoiled I'm scaredHe barely whispers it; but I can feel his lips moving against my neck as though the words are being spelled thereI know I say Me too alks;djfashawalskdfjsad;lkfjsal;dkjfasl;kdjfsljkdfThat my friends is my frustration over the string of expletives removed the Julian situation Don't get me wrong I like Julian I like him a lot Butbuthe's NOT ALEX Julian is an interesting character I liked his part of the story with Lena Butbuthe's NOT ALEX With Alex my heart was racing; I was freaking out over them getting caught; I was in overdrive With Julian I was thinking That's right girl You school this clueless mofo Did I say that I liked Julian but that he just isn't Alex? Did I?So here's a funny thing Before reading Delirium I wasn't completely sure how I was going to feel about another dystopia revolving around love choices I was ready to start reading some shit hitting the fan books in this genre Even with that I still found Delirium entertaining What ended up surprising me with Pandemonium is that when I was given of what I want in a dystopia actionadventuresurvivalrebellion I found myself missing some of the magic of the first book The past sections were just okay for me Where this book really came together was in the present during the time Julian and Lena started leaning on one anotherI'm not sure why I didn't mention this before but is no one else thrown off by the fact that the book of rules and power for the government is called The Book of Shhh? Really? I'm thinking librarians nowIf I ruled the world my manual would be The Book of STFU and do what you're told And our spokesperson would dress as Darth VaderHowever giving credit where credit is due this isn't the sappiest story in the world for it being all about the lengths which people will go to for love Sure there were bound to be a few swoon worthy moments although you can't get me to swoon over eyes that are an 'ocean of swirling color' greens and golds and purplesbecause I'm pretty darn sure that NO ONE on earth has eyes like that but this was no hippie love fest People were too busy trying to survive for there to be too much checking out the opposite sexOh wait but there was this one moment that gave me HORRIFIC flashbacks in the pallid gray light he seems to glow slightly like a statue carved out of white rock He is beautiful You wanna know a slightly embarrassing story about me? view spoilerSo yeahI did actually watch the Twilight movies I know I know let me hide my shame in here Anyway there was the scene in New Moon where Edward was about to take off his clothing and walk into the sun and everyone in the theater was screaming EWWWPUT IT BACK ON I could not get that damn image out of my head after I read the 'carved in white rock' sentence in this book hide spoiler

  6. kari kari says:

    A very very VERY begrudging two stars I'd give it a one but I reserve those for books I truly loathe and I just dislike this one SoI have grown tired of poorly created dystopian worlds that exist not to make us think but only as a prop for what do you think it will be? Guess Guess I dare you Yeah we are there yet again In the ubiuitous love triangle So manufactured and so terribly unneccessary and really can these authors think of nothing else to add tension to a story or I should say to lengthen a story?Again too much of this book is wandering in the Wilds in the cold in the snow and some of the things make no sense They have no eating utensils None So they eat with their hands They have plates cooking pots they even have metal traps for hunting but not a single spoon or fork And so I am stuck on that Why? I think they could find some small tree branch whittle a bowl shape at one end and you've got a spoon Surely while they are sitting around in the evenings someone could be creating some spoons It just seemed stupidAnd again if you are creating this world kindly explain it WHY did the government decide love was a disease? How did this happen? To say here is this world but never explain anything about it well that feels like lazy writing It feels like a child stamping their feet and declaring because I said so rather than crafting an intelligently thought out society Yes outlawing love in general makes absolutley no sense and because of that the author needs to sell it to me with everything she has that it does in some way make sense to the leaders of this worldThere are small things that I feel were put there to make you think there is some weird sexual obsession by the government but that goes nowhere Example page 50 I hurry to the metal detector and unload my bag then stand with arms and legs splayed while a man sweeps impassively with the wand over my breasts and between my legs As I read this I was thinking this is so ridiculous She could have a weapon in her boot or up her sleeve or tucked in the back waistband of her pants but as long as she doesn't shove it in her crotch or between her breasts they'll never find it What is so scary that they have to scan breasts and between the legs? How about simply saying while a man sweeps impassively with the wand over every inch of my body That would at the very least make sense and not put the message that somehow women's private areas have become the things about which safety experts are the most concerned What is the point of saying it that way?There is also this which bugged me enough that I went back to reference itDescription of Julian There is a long thin gash that runs from his eyebrow to his jawDescription of Alex a scar runs from his eyebrow all the way down to his jawHmmm Just bothered me Oh well What I liked best about the first book is completely gone from this one First I really thought the chapter headings being reading from The Book of SHHH and others added a lot of understanding and entertainment to the first book None of that is in this oneSecond I applauded the fact that we didn't have a love triangle Well folks I spoke too soon As I've said this entire book is nothing than a set up for the third book which is going to be all about the triangleI also didn't care for the way the story is told in this one with chapters titled Now and Then as the story goes back and forth between Lena's arrival in the Wilds and her life later in Brooklyn There wasn't any reason for this particularly as the Then portion just ends without actually linking up with the Now And most of the Then is just about how she learns to live in the Wilds and could have really been perhaps one chapter Again though if you're going to write a trilogy instead of one decent book you've got to fill those pages somehowThe new love feels nothing so much as contrived Yes I know there will be other readers who will say how much they love Julian and isn't he wonderful But in my opinion the whole relationship feels forced It's as if the author most of all wanted a new relationship can't have a triangle without a new guy after all so she found a way to force Lena to spend time alone with a cute boy and let the longing glances begin Really? It feels false Or perhaps her feelings for either of these guys are nothing special as this is the first straight boy she's been alone with since AlexAnd speaking of Alex Lena just moves on Oh yes she is heartbroken and woebegone but let's face it she forgets him in a short minute She knows that what she's been told that those who violate the law aren't always immediately executed She knows this is untrue by seeing it with her own eyes not a rumor not a maybe She knows because her own mother was assumed dead but was in fact locked up for ten years But Lena just trips along in the forest with the notion that Alex whom she loved and adored and who risked his life for her is surely dead How? She makes not even one single attempt to find out if he has somehow survived She Moves OnHow are you going to sell me on how much she loves him if she can't even be bothered to check and see if he's gone?And guess what? So buckle your seat belts for love triangle #4856823Seriously disappointed

  7. Kat Kennedy Kat Kennedy says:

    Oh Urrrrrrr Gur­gle Kapowy Splut­ter Cough DieOkay Pan­de­mo­nium was a HUGE improve­ment over Delir­ium for me First of all the world seemed A LOT con­sis­tent The world build­ing was an improve­ment as wellPer­haps the biggest improve­ment was Lena her­self No whiny annoy­ing inse­cure lit­tle girl This Lena has been through the fire got burnt and is fight­ing to sur­vive What I love is that Lena has grown become capa­ble assertive intel­li­gent and shrewd There were parts of this book in which I was phys­i­cally cheer­ing her onLena has sur­vived the wild the bombs and the harsh win­ter She’s come out stronger and weary Now she’s back behind the fence but this time as an oper­a­tive of the resis­tance and her mark is Julian Fine­man – son of a rad­i­cal move­ment to fur­ther erad­i­cate the sick­ness known as love Julian is con­fused com­plex dam­aged and vul­ner­a­ble When he and Lena are kid­napped and held hostage together they have to join forces to escapeWhat I loved was the devel­op­ment of their rela­tion­ship the hero role of Lena as the stronger knowl­edge­able and capa­ble of the two and how they both start to grow and heal togetherOf course the book is filled with com­pli­cated plot twists and a cou­ple of “NO WAY” moments – one of which was obvi­ous and eas­ily fore­seen but SO WHAT?The writ­ing in this book matched to the cal­iber I expect of Oliver It felt a appro­pri­ate and smoothAnd I guess this is a les­son learned – one that I was glad to learn Find a good author and stick with them I wasn’t a huge fan of Delir­ium but Pan­de­mo­nium has me aching for Reuiem to see what happensYou know it’s a good novel when the last line has you going“No NO No way oh my good­ness no NOimage error

  8. Darlalala Darlalala says:

    EDIT Finally FINALLY I was able to finish Pandemonium and ohmygosh The moment all of us have been dreading for Ta da view spoilerLove triangles Freaking love triangles hide spoiler

  9. Charlotte May Charlotte May says:

    They have clamped their fists around a geyser to keep it from exploding But the pressure eventually builds and the explosion will always come 35 ⭐️Better than book 1 I'll give it that I was interested in the plot in this book I enjoyed the new characters from the Wilds and watching Lena overcome her demons and generally become much strongerHowever I still had other issues 1 More instalove Like good grief can this girl go nowhere without falling head over heels within the first five minutes?2 Despite her time in the Wilds foraging for food hiking from one homestead to another as soon as Lena and Julian are kidnapped she basically becomes this weak girl I understand that she should be weak due to lack of food violence etc but Julian seems to handle it much better and he is from a rich privileged background so if anything he should be the weaker one as he is unaccustomed I feel like this was only done so that Lena could lean on him and make him appear as the 'strong male' looking after her Um nope3 The ending view spoiler Am I honestly supposed to believe Alex isn't dead? What a joke just rocking up at the end just for the sake of a shock cliff hanger Really? hide spoiler

  10. Taschima Taschima says:

    You can find reviews BloodyBookaholicYou know how sometimes authors get a little am lazy on the second book of the series? It never seems to live up to the hype? Ends up kind of sucking? Yeah coughCrossedcough I know all about it and somewhere along the way you have learned this tooI am proud to announce that Pandemonium was AMAZING it LIVES UP TO THE HYPE and it won't let you down at all Such a freaking revelation Why aren't books like this?The thing that saved this book from being a downer was this the author didn't just write a straight tale where Lena gets to the wild and then keeps growing keeps getting strong blah blah same thing we have read about a hundred times There is some of this in there for sure but it's given to us in small doses in between larger sections that are pack full of adventure and edge of your seat kind of moments This is what made the book shine Going between the past and the present is what saved the book from being pretty slow and instead it makes it a book worthy of being Delirium's second bookSomething I can add to this is that Delirium while it focuses on love your first love to be specific I thought Pandemonium focused a little bit on hate anger and healing It certainly showed us a new side to Lena that we never saw before The combination of her new life and losing Alex has made her get in touch with emotions that would have been closed up to her before and it is very interesting to see how she manages navigates through her new lifeI couldn't leave without a note on the new male interest He is something else He is not going away any time soon and sure you might hate him at first but believe he is going to grow on you so much Plus those sexy scenes between him and Lena certainly helped I swear my breath literally caught on some passages I felt like I was there and it was happening to meI think that anything that I say will be too much a revelation I don't wanna spoil this story for you because it's a fantastic story So just know this If the book sucked I would tell you flat out why but it doesn't It's pretty freaking amazing and I can't believe I have to wait till 2013 to read the seuel This is heart breaking because the book is left on a HUGE cliff hanger that made you want to pull out your hair I suealed I really did people looked at me weird I kept doing this sort of crazy giggle You had to be there Old UpdateThe cover is hereCover Revealed Pandemonium a Delirium novel #2 by Lauren OliverIsn't she lovely? Isn't it beautiful? I have to read Delirium That's it after Undercurrent I am reading Delirium and getting up to date with this fantastic series I love the orange color it also goes with the new coverUpdated July 19 2011Okay I just finished Delirium and Im sorry but I can't wait till freaking 2012 for this book? It's insanity She is falling in love again? IT BETTER NOT BE ANOTHER GUY OR GIRL MISS LENA BECAUSE WE LOVE ALEX OKAY? ALEX I I just I fell in love with Delirium and waiting for this seuel is torture TT

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