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By Christopher Tromp
Paolo Bacigulpi in Ship Breaker describes a surprisingly possible dystopian future where the world has been wrecked by storms they call “city breakers,”... Read more
Paolo Bacigalupi really illustrates the gritty atmosphere of life on the beach very well. Where incorporating yourself to a crew is a basic need for a decent living. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Darren Justin Funes
Ship Breaker Review
By Aaron Rogers
I am not sure I will ever see a truly dystopian society in my lifetime (not that I hope to ever actually see one), but in his second... Read more
Paolo Bacigalupi's, "Ship Breaker", is a story set in an alternate future where the Gulf Coast has been completely wiped out & where the primary source of earnings is to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Paul L.
The actual book is good, well placed and interesting. But in the kindle edition, it stops at around 56% and the rest is just previews for other books. Read morePublished 2 months ago by And I feel fine.
A great world and great characters. Dark and thought provoking.Published 2 months ago by regular guy
I started to read this book, it starts out slow so I put it away to read it later.Published 3 months ago by MNmae
I'm not much of a reader, but I really enjoyed this book. I recommend it to anyone interested in a great adventure.Published 3 months ago by Jonathan Darnell
This is a good book. Enjoyable for middle school and up; there's theme s that spread a lot. Very good.Published 3 months ago by Bryce Colvin