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Mini Review: Hana by Lauren Oliver

Hana - Lauren Oliver

This review can be seen here on Books and Swoons 

So I had just finished Pandemonium and I was (am) still reeling about its ending. My best friend had bought and read Hana (but she still haven't read Pandemonium yet. She doesn't do well with cliffhangers and the waiting it requires) and so she let me borrow her Nook. I needed some more of the Delirium world and HO-LY crap. Was Hana saying what I think she was saying? No, I mean seriously? What the hell?! I'm going to have to make time and reread Delirium all over again and pick up on some clues I might have missed.

Hana is a very short novella and it was only enough to satisfy me to some degree. Getting to know Hana was very fun, refreshing and saddening all at the same time. There is a lot more to her than meets the eye and I'm really looking forward to learning more about what happens to her in Requiem.