Melancholy: Book Two of The Cure

Melancholy Book Two of The Cure Here in the west they know a lot about hope They know how to ration it just as they do with food and water Josephine is at last free of the blood moon But in a desperate rush to find help for a comato

  • Title: Melancholy: Book Two of The Cure
  • Author: Charlotte McConaghy
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  • Page: 201
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  • Here in the west they know a lot about hope They know how to ration it just as they do with food and water Josephine is at last free of the blood moon But in a desperate rush to find help for a comatose Luke, she discovers the strange and dangerous world of the resistance, and it is unlike any world Josi has known.In the west they believe in fury they cultivate and eHere in the west they know a lot about hope They know how to ration it just as they do with food and water.Josephine is at last free of the blood moon But in a desperate rush to find help for a comatose Luke, she discovers the strange and dangerous world of the resistance, and it is unlike any world Josi has known.In the west they believe in fury they cultivate and encourage it The unruly people of the resistance know that to survive means to fight But can they fight the inevitable cure for sadness that rushes steadily closer In the action packed sequel to Fury, everything Josi believes about herself will be challenged Haunted by atrocities and betrayals, she must find the strength to trust again, and decide how far she is willing to go to fight the inevitable.At times both brutal and sweet, Melancholy is the story of second chances and finding love in a ruined world.

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    About "Charlotte McConaghy"

    1. Charlotte McConaghy

      Charlotte started writing when she was 14 in her home town Armidale She now has eight novels published and lives in Sydney She loves to read and write sci fi romance fantasy She has just released Limerence , the last in her dystopian sci fi series published by Momentum, and Thorne , the second book in her romantic fantasy series The Chronicles of Kaya , published by Random House.

    466 thoughts on “Melancholy: Book Two of The Cure”

    1. I think I need to go to the hospital and get my heart checked. This book just ripped it to shreds and put it back together. Jesus Christ!! *full review to come**update*This review was originally posted on my blogMy heart was ripped to shreds and put back together while I was reading this book. I can’t even explain the emotions that I went through – there are just no words. I love this book even more than the first book, which I didn’t think was possible. Needless to say, I need the next bo [...]


    2. t's been some time since I had read Fury, and honestly, I was nervous about heading into book two without a re-read. There was a lot that happened in Fury and I was hoping I would be able to remember the small details. Especially since Charlotte does such amazing work at foreshadowing, I didn't want to feel left behind and blind. But fear not, because things came back to me quickly and again, thanks to Charlotte's amazing writing, she intricately weaved in the details without a huge recap. It w [...]


    3. I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!Thoughts When I Finished:After devouring the first book I immediately went on to reading this one. I think this might be one of those rare case where book two is better than the first book because I couldn't put it down!What I Loved:I love how great the author is at character development. Josi can be strong minded sometimes but she's mostly weak. Physically and mentally. Her fury is the only thing that drives her. She grows so [...]


    4. Thank you Pan Macmillin for sending me Melancholy! I don't know what to say. I finished this last night at 3AM. I just couldn't stop. Ms. McConaghy has such a way with her prose. It's lyrical. It's beautiful. It's poetic. And I truly cannot write a review great enough to do her work justice. Is it the Dystopian society she builds that holds me captive? No. While I love it, it's the characters Ms. McConaghy writes that captures me and will not let me go. I cannot emphasize enough the amazing leve [...]


    5. After I read the first book in the Cure series called ‘Fury’, I knew I needed to start reading the second book ‘Melancholy’ as fast as I could. I loved ‘Fury’ and I really wanted to know what would happen next with Josephine and Luke. So I cleared my reading schedule and began reading as fast as I could.‘Melancholy’ is another great book by Charlotte McConaghy. Men I really love this series! I devoured the pages of ‘Fury’, and with ‘Melancholy’ it was really the same. Fro [...]


    6. I love this series. Melancholy has also been released in episodes and I had actually read Episode One so when I received the omnibus edition via netgalley I was so excited - skipping past the part I had already read I jumped straight back into the story and re-entered Josie and Luke's world.The basic idea behind The Cure series is a world in which the government have erased our anger, creating a society of drones who gently go about their business. Things have inadvertantly arisen because of thi [...]



    7. I received this book from the publisher through Net Galley for an honest review.I absolutely loved Fury, book one in this series, and was so excited when I stumbled across book two being offered over at Net Galley that I instantly put in a request despite the several other reviews I had waiting. Melancholy is a great second book, and while my affections for this one have not diminished, the pacing was a bit off in the first half and is reflected in my star count. There are still the great questi [...]


    8. More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog surrealtalvi.wordpress/Book One, Fury, was a surprising favorite for me last year. The story was full of mystery, different in an interesting way, and certainly the antidote to the rash of saccharine dystopians popular at the time. Book Two, Melancholy, eschews the mystery and worldbuilding in favor of humorous snark and a larger cast of (for the most part) interesting characters. But at the same time, it feels very much like the sophomore in the series - [...]


    9. As excited as I was to get started with the second installment in the series, I felt like it took a long time for the story to really get started in this one. On one hand, I totally get it. Melancholy, by definition, is pensive, slow, and lethargic. In essence, the start of the novel embodied the feeling it was named after. However, that doesn't mean that part of it was great fun to read. I felt like it dragged quite a lot and it took me longer to get through the first half of this one than it d [...]


    10. Book One, Fury, was a surprising favorite for me last year. The story was full of mystery, different in an interesting way, and certainly the antidote to the rash of saccharine dystopians popular at the time. Book Two, Melancholy, eschews the mystery and worldbuilding in favor of humorous snark and a larger cast of (for the most part) interesting characters. But at the same time, it feels very much like the sophomore in the series – a ‘between’ book padded with a few extra side plots in or [...]


    11. I received this ARC via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review Melancholy picks up right where we left off in "Fury" with Josi having saved Luke from the asylum and taken him back to the resistance camp in the West. The story is beautifully told, and while book one was more focused on world building, this novel focuses more on the relationship of Luke and Josephine. While most teen angst novels bore me, this one had me devouring the book and becoming deeply invested in these two crazy kids w [...]


    12. Full review @abookishescape/2015/07That ending!! My blood pressure rose to the top! I cannot recommend this series enough! We see some major character development. Both Luke and Josi go through a transformation. I don’t want to leave out the side characters though, they were all amazing. Even the “bad guy” was good! My heart broke for her situation. So many things happen and we learn so much about this misguided new world I gobbled up each and every word. No sophomore slump here come on ne [...]


    13. i don't know how to describe what I'm feeling about this book and series really there is a part of me that is not into all the swearing, just because, the vulgar nature of many of the scenes I often just felt like rolling my eyes and walking away. But then the story, or rather, the lives of a few of the characters would gnaw at me and I had to go back to reading it hmmm should I finish the series?


    14. Oh wow!! I thought I knew who the villain was but I was wrong. This book had me hooked, I read it in almost one sitting. Just as enjoyable as book 1 but made me a lot sadder I think. Taking a break before book 3 as its a bit heavy going. Loving the Aussie slang that features too, I wish it was clearly set in Australia.


    15. Book one was good - but I have really enjoyed book 2!!I was so much more invested in the characters and the story this time, and everything else this weekend has been put to the side. Probably safe to say that should book 3 be as captivating, this week will also be put on hold!



    16. Riveting with suspense and hopeI loved Fury and this book did not disappoint in following. Waiting for the next book will be pure torture!


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