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lena-and-alex:

THE DELIRIUM TRILOGY by LAUREN OLIVER

Here it is! I finally made the video and it’s now live. My longest video so far. Thanks to the people who asked me questions! Let’s talk about the Delirium Trilogy!


mm-arch:

can someone discuss the Delirium Trilogy with me :( omg i just finished it and i’m practically dyinggggggg

Hey girl, heeey.

posted 6 hours ago via mm-arch with 33 notes

Redbubble & Instagram

Hey guys! I decided to make an Instagram account for my Redbubble store to spread the word! I upload my own art and things I make on my computer. Most of it is digital fan art (including Delirium) and some of it is my art made from class and other sketches and things.

Thank you so much if you follow! The username is: the.lovelybooks

posted 6 hours ago

perksofbeingpan:

REQUIEM WAS PUBLISHED ON JANUARY 1, 2013 AND I AM STILL SCREAMING BECAUSE I LOVE IT SO MUCH 



ally5523:

Nursery Rhymes & Folk Tales

ally5523:

Nursery Rhymes & Folk Tales

posted 6 hours ago via ally5523 with 2 notes

fandom-w:

add a caption on We Heart It.

I just got Anna and the French Kiss and I can’t wait to read it! I need some cutesy contemps in my life and I’ve been hearing nothing but good reviews since I started watching Booktube!

fandom-w:

add a caption on We Heart It.

I just got Anna and the French Kiss and I can’t wait to read it! I need some cutesy contemps in my life and I’ve been hearing nothing but good reviews since I started watching Booktube!

posted 6 hours ago via fandom-w with 4 notes

phoebelilymay:

September Book Photo Challenge Day 21: People on the Covers - Lauren Oliver Books

phoebelilymay:

September Book Photo Challenge
 Day 21: People on the Covers - Lauren Oliver Books


2personbookclub:

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Author: Lauren Oliver

Genre: YA, Dystopian Fiction, Romance

Whose Pick: Shannon

Description: In the future U.S., all citizens have a surgical procedure to remove their capacity for love at age 18 under the presumption that love is the most powerful threat to rationality and safety….


"The most dangerous sicknesses are those that make us believe we are well"
— Lauren Oliver, Delirium (via bibliophilebunny)