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Ever been lovesick? In Lauren Oliver’s thrilling dystopian world, love is a dangerous disease. (Uh-oh: we’re all going to be hospitalised.) Welcome to a new age. The era of worshipping love, wandering the world for it and pining for it is over. It’s forbidden to fall in love or show love. Tear up those Valentines! Fortunately, there’s a compulsory cure. At the age of eighteen, everyone is immunised. Lena is looking forward to the safe, happy life her own cure will bring. That is, until Lena (you guessed it) falls in love…

  • A chilling dystopian series by the author of Before I Fall
  • For fans of The Hunger Games or Scott Westerfeld’s Uglies
  • A sweeping romance set in a future where love is forbidden
  • Lauren Oliver’s bestselling books include Replica and Panic

“A dystopian Romeo and Juliet story that deserves to be as massive as Twilight.” Stylist

“One of the most addictive books we’ve come across in ages.” Heat

This series contains mature content.

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Date published

December 1st, 2016



UK edition


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