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Veteran author Susan Beth Pfeffer, who penned the young adult classic The Year Without Michael over twenty years ago, makes a stunning comeback with this haunting book that documents one adolescent's journey from self-absorbed child to selfless young woman. Teen readers won't soon forget this intimate story of survival and its subtle message about the treasuring the things that matter most-family, friendship, and hope.--Jennifer Hubert
This book is brilliant and shows a scary and possible future if any catastrophes happened. I do not know much science so I am unsure if the moon became closer to the earth's orbit... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Penguin Chicky
Read it in a few hours. Very realistic & great dialogue. Will move on to the next installment. Highly recommended!Published 1 day ago by M. Roach
It would be so nice to read a fictional story without bias from the writer --- she states in the first chapter that she hates the president (there is no doubt she is referring to... Read morePublished 5 days ago by sandra seitz-clisham
This book is assigned summer reading for middle schoolers in my area. It is a disturbing premise but could have been a good read. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Deborah Smith
The author sucked me into this story of the first year after an apocalyptic event viewed through the eyes of a teenage girl and her diary entries. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Lynne M.
This book has become one of my favorites of all times!
It gets ALL my page-turner check marks: ✓Writing, ✓Theme ✓Plot ✓Characterization and ✓World-building... Read more
Really enjoyed this apocalyptic YA. Only complaint is main character very distant. No real emotional connection but plot and struggles of family came across as very realistic.Published 20 days ago by Rachel Graham