Editorial Reviews. Review. “Full of twists, immaculately researched, it is very exciting and Fever (Book 1) (Parallon Trilogy) – Kindle edition by Dee Shulman. Fever (Parallon Trilogy, book 1) by Dee Shulman – book cover, description, publication history. Fever is first book in the gripping Parallon Trilogy by award-winning author and illustrator Dee worlds. Two millennia. One love.
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Sin embargo la forma de desarrollarla me ha resultado pesada y demasiado lenta.
A reckless twenty-first-century girl. I was very worried that the time-travel aspect would be confusing as they often arebut thankfully this was super easy to follow, with the two settings being very different and the time periods clearly marked at the beginning of each chapter.
Builds even more on the first one.
Either way, it’s taken me forever to get round to reading it, especially when the premise is so freaking awesome it blows your mind. I had failed to make a single friend. I shhulman Number Four: He then gets treated in her house and they madly fall in love.
Delirium (Parallon Trilogy, #2) by Dee Shulman
I can’t say much because otherwise I’ll give everything away, but I loved it. I mean, it wasn’t so bad that I DNFed it, which is why it gets the extra half star.
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. It’s got some of everything action, romance, tragedy, sci-fiand for this reason and the great skill with which it has been written by the author Dee Shulman who I believe will soon be a household name, globallyI predict that this book will soon be a bestselling novel.
I personally found Eva to be the more interesting character of the pair, but reading about Sethos and his Londinium Roman London setting was really captivating. Apr 08, Aoife rated it did not like it Shelves: Your review has made me excited to start it though!
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I am doing this for your own good. Unfortunately, those were all the positives Dfe could milk out. Just a little self acknowledgement of her many gifts, and some simple honesty would have made me like her more.
Delirium by Dee Shulman – review
This series had a lot of potential and the blurbs make them sound like interesting reads, when really they are monotonous and frustrating. Suffice to say, Fever was a major disappointment for me which is a shame because it had so much potential. Shulman can string words together into sentences, I actually like t Rating: I really loved the supporting cast, and how they all managed to completely shock me. There is very little explanation as to what it is, why it’s there or even where it got it’s name and although there’s a character in Parallon who seems like he might have the answers, he is too irritatingly evasive and vague to be of any use.
It wasn’t a riveting read that had me up all night and it certainly didn’t amount to the sheer awesome-ness that was Fever, but Seth and Eva’s personalities did come across exceptionally well in Delirium, and more happened; there was more action, and less emotion, but I didn’t enjoy it as much as Fever. All ended so abruptly that I didn’t have a feeling it was actually the end of the book.
I mean, how cool?! Maddy Carter should have died on a plane in So, I was excited about reading a story all about time-travel.
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Fever by Dee Shulman | Penguin Books South Africa
She had to get expelled to get away from the ‘torture’ of mundane teaching and being an object of attraction for apparently every male in her schools! I had my socks blown off by this book – it was so addictive and just so much fun! She’s never ridden a horse before, but she can gallop instantly. There were also 3rd person POV chapters for Matthias, which by about shukman way through, I just kept skipping as I really could not stand to read them.
Shd is being snobby smart, there is no subject she won’t excell at because she is a super genius.
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