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Publisher:HarperCollins Publishers
Published In:2012
ISBN-10:006197806X
ISBN-13:9780061978067
Binding Type:Hardback
Pages:pp. 384

The Title "Pandemonium " is written by Lauren Oliver. This book was published in the year 2012. The ISBN number 006197806X|9780061978067 is assigned to the Hardback version of this title. This book has total of pp. 384 (Pages). The publisher of this title is HarperCollins Publishers. We have about 58725 other great books from this publisher. Pandemonium is currently Available with us.

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About the Author

I come from a Family of writers and so have always (mistakenly) believed that spending hours in front of the computer every day, mulling over the difference between “chortling” and “chuckling,” is normal. I’ve always been an avid reader. As a child, after finishing a book, I would continue to write a sequel for its characters, because I did not want to have to give them up. Somehow, this did not get me ridiculed (too badly) at school, and I managed to make real friends as well as imaginary ones.

I continued writing, eventually making the switch to my own stories and characters (with varying degrees of success). I also took ballet, drew things, painted things, made collages, sang, acted, experimented with cooking (um, burning) gourmet meals, and in general tried to spend my time being as creative and useless as possible. It worked. I made it through high school and college at the University of Chicago, where I continued to be as impractical as possible by majoring in philosophy and literature. I was inadvertently aided and abetted in my mission by my older sister, Lizzie, who pursued a Ph.D. in philosophy and cognitive science.