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|Length: 116 pages||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled||
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This is not a book. It is barely a short story. I feel cheated. Not a WORD of advice for ANYTIME in the whole ninety pages.Published 1 month ago by thewendyb
A well written and enjoyable read. The narrator is sincere, occasionally funny and very human. I look forward to exploring more of this very believable apocalypse!Published 1 month ago by Dan McClure
A good read! A "Dear Abby" for the apocalypse, who ends up inadvertently working to keep herself from being "taken over" by the government. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Knitcat
Another fun read from Maia Sepp. It's a bit darker than "Wake", the prequel, but mitigated by dashes of humour.Published 4 months ago by Indrek Aavisto
It's good to have a guide for the future when everything we're used to changes. How could we get through life without a little help navigating the strange new rules and short cuts... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Brenda
I never could get into this book. So disjointed to me. I did not find humor in it, but perhaps it isn't my type of humor. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Helen M. Harrington
It's 2028, and climate change is having a drastic effect on the world. As you might suspect, the wealthy and big businesses are doing just fine, but the average citizens are having... Read morePublished 6 months ago by H. R. Holt
1. Short review: :-D (Amazon rating: 5 out of 5 stars -- I love it. Will read it again.)
2. Long review:
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The world falling apart is not an excuse for forgetting your manners.Published 6 months ago by Kristi Lammel-Schilling