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Empty Cradle: The Untimely Death of Corey Sanderson Paperback – August 6, 2011
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About the Author
Emmy Jackson is the author of the "Empty Cradle" post-apocalyptic urban fantasy series. He lived as a nomad in an RV for three years, wandering the continental United States at will. He was born and raised in Detroit and always returns no matter how many times he moves away. He is an ex-school bus driver, an ex-marketing manager, and a self-published, self-syndicated freelance writer. Emmy speaks the secret language of cars, is a rescuer of things, and enjoys dancing, collecting toy cars and traveling to visit new goth clubs. He lives in a suburb of Detroit.
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In short: I loved this book, and I highly recommend it for anyone, even if you're worn out on the apocalypse.
My only complaint, and it is a very small one, is that Ivy's stutter was distracting, and didn't serve a useful narrative function, as far as I could see. But other than that one small criticism, I loved the book and can't wait for the second book to come out. I am about to buy another copy to gift to my brother, who loves dystopian fiction as much as I do, and I will continue to recommend this book to my friends.
The only bad thing I have to say is..... the next book isn't available yet. I would have been much happier if I could have gone immediately to the next book. But that's how you know an author is worth reading..... when you're hanging on their last published word, waiting for the next one with baited breath. ;)