Category: Post-Apocalyptic

Sep 21
Aveline (Lost Vegas #1) by Lizzy Ford (review)

Aveline (Lost Vegas #1) by Lizzy Ford (review)

So much of this book dragged. There were a lot of interesting bits that I breezed through quickly. But in between those bits, there were slow spots and things going on that I just didn’t care about. I wanted to like this book, it sounded really good, and I was super curious about why Tiana was locked away and mistreated. There is a brothel scene early on, and you find out that the poor people are cannibals because there isn’t enough other meat to go around. There are signs all through the book that something horrible happened in the past,… Read more »

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Sep 22
Surviving The Fog – Kathy’s Recollections by Stan Morris (review)

Surviving The Fog – Kathy’s Recollections by Stan Morris (review)

    The story is told from the point of view of a 14 year old girl from Morgan Hill California. But I would not recommend it for younger readers as the story has dark themes, including murder and a hanging early on. At one point, Kathy likens what is happening to “The Lord of the Flies“, and that is a fairly apt comparison for this book. It is a very interesting read, kept my attention and made me want to know how it ended. Mike was my favorite character, even though it was told from Kathy’s point of view,… Read more »

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