Delirium by Lauren Oliver
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Another one that makes me think of a modern Anthem. The message is less political than some of these dystopian tomes. It's basic message is pro-love. Religion plays a strange role in the novel though. It's both used to oppress the population, and explored by the narrator, Lena, as intimately tied to love. Lena connects romantic love, platonic love, familial love to religious love. She connects the crucification of Jesus directly to the general importance love.
But it's pretty sad. This isn't exactly a feel-good/beach-read young adult book.
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