I LOVE this book....
I'm reading the book right now (and it's freaking AWESOME!!). Quick question: did anyone else notice the part where Lena's quizzing her sister on multiplication and her sister says 9 times 6 is 52?? (not 54)
I have the Kindle edition, so I can't tell you a page number, but it's towards the beginning, about a fifth of the way in, and it's the scene after Lena and Hana meet Alex for the first time.
(This was a silly question, but it's kind of bugging me for some unknown reason :P)
:P Ohhh never mind. I just read the next page, and Carol points out the mistake. My bad.
I noticed this too & it bothered me because it was a 'mistake' , but it was noted by Carol later -- there was a reason....I think Lena was distracted and I believe it was Carol who made note of it. It's even harder to go back into an audible book --- However, if there are quotes or parts I want to make note of later, there is a bookmark feature that I can tap and go back to revisit ...in the Audible.com application for iPhone, there are all kinds of features (30 sec forward, back, etc.)
I listened to the Audible.com edition of Delirium and enjoyed every minute of play time. Sarah Drew has a wonderful reading voice that brings the characters to life. Lauren Oliver is a master at creating worlds and characters that live on long after the book has ended. My only disappointment is that I now have to wait for the next book in the series.
Really! There will be a 'next' book? i didn't even think of that (I just finished the audible.com version this minute) -- it would be wonderful for there to a continuance. Typically, the books I have read so far are not in the series format but I would LOVE for this one to carry on.
I am obsessed. This book was FANTASTIC!!!!! Has anyone have any good books like this one that would be a good read? I am about to start Hunger Games and I have read Divergent :)