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Book Fourteen.

I loved the concept for this book. A desolate city, with the few remaining inhabitants struggling to survive and rebuild after climate change, pandemic and economic collapse decimate the world as we know it.

It starts really well, throwing the reader into this world by showing a market place where people trade bits and bobs found in the old, abandoned and ruined city for food grown by groups with farms and drugs grown by those with no motives but greed. It set the tone, introduced the characters and immersed me into the setting well.

Ultimately, this was an interesting and well told story about survival in a decimated world. I may have has issues with a few characters, but the fact that i had them means they were well written enough for me to feel something, which is always better than not feeling anything at all. The characters are what made this book for me.

(Longer spoiler-filled review at:
1st Jun 2013, 18:22   | tags:,,,

is it bleak ?

1st Jun 2013, 18:36

Wendle says:

Not overly so. It's realistic in people's emotions and outlook on life depending on whether they remember "before" or not. There is violence and death, but ultimately a hopeful ending.

1st Jun 2013, 19:04