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Generation M (The Toucan Trilogy, Book 3) by [Cramer, Scott]
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Book 3 of 3 in The Toucan Trilogy (3 Book Series)
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"This is the best trilogy I have read and I read a lot."AMAZON review

"Every book was better than the last. Generation M took the cake."AMAZON review

"Would highly recommend these books for book clubs, but be careful they are highly adictive. You can't just read one. The ending is so touching and shows the power of love."AMAZON review

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  • File Size: 4078 KB
  • Print Length: 342 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: November 2, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00P6WCNIY
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #269,681 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I loved reading this series and this ending was bittersweet but perfect in the end! I am glad that it wasn't a rushed ending that most books seem to have. I do hope a movie can be made from this series. If more books get written about the Leigh siblings I hope it is many years in the future to see what becomes of them and their world.
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This is the perfect ending to the Toucan Series, but I hope Cramer will make another set out of the series as they travel across the country. I hope to read that Abby's innate social and organizational skills begin the social healing processes of those groups not in or around the colonies. I hate to think I will never read any more about these people who have come so alive in my mind that I expect to hear how their lives are unfolding - just as I expect my mom to call and give me the gossip about my old school chums. Beautiful Castine Island, and the strong and courageous kids who saved it cannot be lost to me forever more.

It is rare that I find an author who can so masterfully weave such a compelling story, with such real characters, that I feel that I have sailed the oceans with them. The character's dialogue is exactly right for the personality and age of each 'kid'; and each one's quirks and endearing qualities will dance around in my mind for weeks.

This beautiful, action packed story veritably tumbles off the page. Generation M is Cramer's best yet, the skill and flow are like a well written song. It is impossible to put the book down, and when you are finished, you are reluctant to close the book, because you know when you do, there will be no more.
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Amazing trilogy!! A must for your library! An emotional tale of a family's struggle to remain together, love one
another and survive. The possibilities of what could happen, should happen and can't believe do happen are all
Entangled in this must have trilogy! Follow Abby, Jordie and Touk, on their journey of survival in a world one can
Hope never comes about. Be amazed, shocked, tortured, lost and loved along an amazing journey.
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Great conclusion to the Toucan Trilogy. This book certainly took paths that I did NOT expect but it played out so well. The story continues with Toucan having a hard time accepting the lies the Colony is trying to feed her, Abby struggling to keep control of herself despite being infected with the Pig and other favorite characters scattered all over the U.S. As the Survivors of the Night of the Purple Moon struggle to make a new life for themselves, the Pig virus threatens the relationship of everyone as friends and families turn on each other. Meanwhile, the adults ignore the plight of Survivors outside the colonies. Abby and Jordan must gather their allies to make a stand for the life they want.
The author has written a trilogy of struggle and a fight for a normal life after a disastrous event. The story is gripping and it was so easy to relate to the main characters and root for their success. This trilogy shows the creativity and flexibility that young children have that so many adults lose as they get "set in their ways".
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If you have read the others in this series you definitely wont be disappointed in the story. The only thing that I was bummed about was the way the story ended. I cant believe that the main character would make the choices that she did and just drift away. I love the post apacoliptic story line and I really think that the choices and the family were believable in most cases. This series took me on a wild ride and I was very invested in the books, I cried, laughed, and was scared for the characters. It was very enjoyable.
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The Toucan Trilogy is one of the best dystopian stories I've ever read. The plot is gripping and unique, the characters become family, and you simply can't put the books down once you start reading.
Cramer finished his trilogy magnificently but I hated to see it end. I hope we'll hear more from the characters in the future. It would be a shame not to see what direction this topsy-turvy world ends up taking. I highly recommend these books.
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In so happy with the resolution of this story. It was hopeful and satisfying. The story is a realistic exploration of what a catastrophic annihilation of the majority of the adult human population. I love the resilience and perseverance that the survivors showed in learning to navigate in a world that is so different from pre comet days. I will definitely recommend this story.
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This is the last of the Toucan Trilogy and I have enjoyed them all.

Generation M wraps up the story of Toucan and her brother Jordan and sister Abbey after the Night of the Purple Moon. Cramer did a wonderful job of bringing this story to life. I kept thinking about how much older the characters seemed than their ages and I know its because they have had to grow up so fast. They were forced into adult roles before they should have been. And they answered the challenged very well. Their parents would have been proud to have known how they handled themselves in the face of so much pain and hardship. It was hard seeing how the little ones were suffering from the rampant disease and what little government was left wasn't trying to help. It would be interesting to know how other countries had handled such a disaster as we only saw what was happening in the US.

The twist at the end I could have done without. It seems like so many YA books and movies these days have me wanting to scream "No!!!! It shouldn't end that way!!" But after it was all said and done it was an ending I could live with. I'll say no more to keep away *spoilers*

I wasn't ready for the story to end. I wanted to know more about how what their future held. I had so many questions. Overall, I loved the series and enjoyed each book. Its a good series for any age.
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