About the Book:
Hana Delirium 1.5 Book
Author: Lauren Oliver
Publish date: February 28, 2012
Pages: 62 eBook pages can be different
Genres: Young adult, Science Fiction, Dystopian
This novella told from Hana’s perspective is the perfect installment to a perfect series. Hana has always been one of my favorite characters and her friendship with Lena was definitely very captivating. Not only does this tale provide a further insight into Hana’s character, but it also leads the reader to a whole new outlook in the world of Delirium.
Hana has always been different to Lena and this becomes even more clear as the reader further sinks into the story. There are specific disparities in their character, background and attitudes and Lauren Oliver weaves this with an excellent flow of words and metaphors. The reader comes to learn about Hana’s family, her stuffy life in a higher-society and most of all, her longing for adventure.
However, the only resemblance that links Hana and Lena together in this dystopic world is the fact that they both cope to find one thing Amor deliria nervosa, or in our dialect, ‘love.’ While Lena seeks comfort in Alex, it seems that Hana, the one who has always been the better of the 2, is not so fortunate.
I find two reasons which makes this novella extraordinary. One is that it is voiced from Hana’s perspective. This is certainly the top reason to read Hana, as we get a very close look into her life and what was happened to her while Delirium focused on Lena. The story results in being really fleshed out, and we have a far better idea of the relationships and characters involved. And over, Hana was just such a fun (and different person from Lena) that she deserves a story all on her own. Even though the novella is only about 70 pages long, it isn’t deficient in any way. Lauren’s writing is as striking as ever, the voice of Hana is heard loud and clear, and as always the finale is a killer one. We should honestly stop being startled by this with this series.
The ending was shocking, and it certainly caught me by surprise. I had to reread it a few times over for the complete influence of the words to take effect. It was certainly shocking, but surprisingly, I did not hate Hana for what she did, but rather have compassion with her on an odd level.
While this is such a meaningful read, it is so short that I’m really not certain you can get more than 2 reasons for this one but it’s an outstanding novella, very well done and put together. Lauren Oliver has a beautiful demeanor over words and any reader will find that ‘Hana’ is well-paced and gorgeously written throughout. Ideal for fans, but I would hold off on reading it if you haven’t read Delirium yet.
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