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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
There is much to like in this novel, and that's what makes the story so very disappointing.
I really enjoyed how Miranda's character was so nicely developed; she really matured throughout the novel because of the horrible situation she and her family were in.
The fact that something like this could really happen and that's what it will be like is scary in a real kinda way.
This book was required for us to read in Science class. And I thought "oh this is just going to be another boring book" but it was not. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Mollie Beers
The apocalyptic catalyst for this novel is unlike anything I've read before. I was completely drawn in and absorbed by the protagonist's declining world. Read morePublished 11 days ago by T. Clark
loved the book make you think what wood you do if something like that wood happen food,water,it wood be really, really tough.Published 19 days ago by JOSEPH O BARARD
My son had to read this for summer reading, he loved it! We had the book, and followed along with the audio...couldn't put it down!Published 1 month ago by maureen C.