drunkcherson after reading Pandemonium:
thisnostalgicphase after finishing Delirium:
thisnostalgicphase after finishing Pandemonium:
julefineman after finishing Pandemonium:
love-story-for-the-new-age finishing Pandemonium:
In conclusion, SO MANY FEELS! No matter if you ship Alex or Julian, I bet you had a big reaction to the end of Pandemonium. Care to share in the form of a GIF? Email us at
firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll post it!
Posted in Miscellaneous Tagged Alex Sheathes, Delirium, Delirium humor, Delirium Trilogy, Fan Made, Fandom, gif, gifs, humor, Julian Fineman, Lauren Oliver, Pandemonium, Requiem, Tumblr
We thought we’d have a little fun with an ecard. This is what Alex would send to Lena at the end of Delirium:
Yeah, it’s not the best of puns, but it kind of works, right? Send it to your Delirium friends!
Love can strike quickly and come in many forms, but it takes on a much more serious intonation when it happens in Delirium world! Carly Rae Jepsen shows us that:
Is that about how it went down with Lena and Alex?
Posted in Books, Delirium, Miscellaneous Tagged Alex, Alex Sheathes, Call Me Maybe, Carly Rae Jepsen, Delirium, Delirium humor, Delirium Trilogy, humor, Lena, memes, The Wilds
Heartbreak can be absolutely awful to deal with, but maybe it’s not so bad after all. Imagine if you lived in Lena’s world and didn’t even have the chance!
The famous phrase, “It’s better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.” rings especially true when put into a Delirium context.
This pretty much sums up Lena’s Pandemonium conundrum in a few short words:
What’s a girl to do?
Posted in Books, Characters, Pandemonium Tagged Alex, Alex Sheathes, Delirium humor, Delirium Trilogy, humor, Julian, Julian Fineman, Lena, memes, Pandemonium