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Sometimes it felt like the author spent too much time listing items that they (or others) were running out of.
Even so, I could hardly put the book down, really made me think, if something like this did happen, I would NOT want to be in a city.
Every character, every behavior, every reaction is believable and easily explained within the context of known human behavior.
Everybody should read this wonderful book. Hegland's other books weren't nearly as good...Published 28 days ago by Freya Upham
This is a surprising story told in the voice of one of two daughters raised in a clearing near the dense forests of northern California. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Roger Luekens
I first read this book waaay back in University and fell in love. The two sisters are hidden in a remote forest in Northern California while a disease wipes out the population to a... Read morePublished 6 months ago by jlkelly
This book was a truly phenomenal story of survival and family, and it taught me the true meaning of appreciating life and valuing it. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Valerie Stewart
At first I thought it moved too slowly but then I understood the purpose of the pace. In the end I wept for Nell and Eva, something I don't do often. Read it ..... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Charles J Buday
I've read this book 3 times and will read it again - A disturbing look at a very possible future.Published 8 months ago by Cat Lady
My teen daughter needed a book related to nature for a book report. The Amazon review states that the book is good for adults and teens. Read morePublished 8 months ago by N. Lanni