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So first I didn't know that this is really a companion to Forest of Hands & Teeth, than an actual, direct sequel. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Elyse
Picking up many years later, The Dead-Tossed Waves is all about Mary's daughter, Gabry. She's never known anything beyond the relative safety of her seaside town, and is terrified... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Angie
i wrote a review on the first book in this series. basically my teen daughter loved .. beyond loved this series, she about died when it ended. Read morePublished 2 months ago by billie
I loved this book which is funny because I didn't like the first one in the series very much and so I was wary of reading this one, but because I knew it was from a different... Read morePublished 3 months ago by V. Carter
Great sequel to the Forests of Hands and Teeth. Jumps ahead one generation and that keeps the storyline fresh and alive!Published 3 months ago by Michelle Carrell
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|Different ending in ARC?||
The ARC ends with Mary at the lighhouse, watching the bodies of the Unconsecrated being pulled by the tide, thinking about everyone that she has lost.
May 13, 2011 by Gr8Smokies | See all 5 posts
|New cover for this book||
I agree, the other cover was breathtaking. This one meh...
Sep 24, 2009 by Luz N. Arroyo Melendez | See all 12 posts