Book News: Hana by Lauren Oliver

Hana by Lauren Oliver
As you may know, Delirium‘s one of my favourite books of 2011. I’m pleased to share some very exciting news with you today from Hodder & Stoughton, Lauren Oliver’s UK publisher:

“And we have a special Christmas treat for all you Delirium fans: whilst you’re eagerly awaiting its sequel, Pandemonium, out in March, you can read Lauren’s amazing short story, Hana. It’s told from the point of view of Lena’s best friend (who, you might have guessed, has some secrets of her own…) and is out exclusively in eBook this Christmas. It’s available to buy for just 99p for a limited time only over the festive season.

Now, we know you’ll be desperate to order it immediately, but we have a favour to ask you. We’d love to give Lauren the best Christmas present ever: seeing Hana at number one in the eBook charts on Christmas Day.

Will you help us get it there by joining in on one big Christmas Eve push? If we all buy it on the 24th December, that will propel it up the charts into (hopefully!) the top spot.”

You can check out the official announcement here.

I will definitely be buying Hana on 24th December. I’m not sure whether the US publisher is doing the same thing, but the e-book will also be available. In the meantime, you can read an extract and find out how to create your own heart-shaped Christmas decoration by visiting the link above.

Hana Decoration

Find out more about Delirium here.

5 thoughts on “Book News: Hana by Lauren Oliver

  1. I already knew about this awesome news, but I needed to say – I love that other cover! Is it the US cover?

  2. Where can I buy it?? I just finished Delirium and need to order it.. haha… But Amazon says its on Pre-Order until February 28th??

    • I don’t think it’s actually on sale yet in the US yet. It kept showing up for me on as having the same release date, but it must’ve been the UK one or something.

  3. It was interesting to finally see things from Hana’s point of giew. I loved her character in delirium. After reading this though it shows you never know what someone is thinking. Hana is a lost selfish little girl. What her jealously led to inthe end is still so shocking.

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