Hana by Lauren Oliver
Hana was Lena’s best friend, and this was her story of their last summer together before the “cure.” Hana embarked on her last rebellion before she received the cure. She participated in illegal parties, music, and boys, knowing it would all come to an end. Hana knew, in the end, she would get the cure, but everything changed when her best friend Lena fell in love and was ready to fight to stay “uncured.”
This was a really quick read, since it was only a novella. I wish it was longer, but I still really enjoyed it. I liked reading Hana’s point of view and finding out more about her. It also confirmed some of my suspicions about things that happened in Delirium.
The author captured me just like she did with Delirium. When it ended, I really wanted more. It was just left hanging on an “oh, my god” moment. I would enjoy it if the author did another story or book in Hana’s point of view.
This was a beautiful addition to Lauren Oliver’s work, and I look forward to reading more of her stories.
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