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Just could not connect with this book. I like characters that I can visualize. Had to give up and move in to a different book. That being said others might find it interestingPublished 13 days ago by Bonnie Lockhart
I think I may have enjoyed this except for two large sections of "" data missing " ... The last 20% was gone altogether... A first for me with e-booksPublished 2 months ago by John B.
I enjoyed the first half of this book, but it feels like the writer ran out of steam at the end. The ending is abrupt and unsatisfying.Published 8 months ago by John F Kraft IV
Strong women are rare in post-apocalyptic fiction, rarer than they should be. Here is a novel full of them: strong not as men are, but as women are.Published 8 months ago by Paul ACCIAVATTI
Although I felt the ending was cut short, the prose was gorgeous and the development of the characters and the issues at hand, were very well conceived. Read morePublished 9 months ago by jeremy
Daughters of the North is thrilling and dark. The bleak near future it paints is compelling and believable. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Karen Alexander
I wanted to read about an all-female commune, but this novel was short on plot. We didn't get to anything like a real plot until the very end of the novel, and then we skipped... Read morePublished 11 months ago by book nerds are hot