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The story veers off pretty significantly from the Amazon blurb. I'm not going to give away any spoilers here, but this story probably isn't what you think it is. I will say that parts of it reminded me of Stephen King's The Stand, which is one of my all time favorite books.
The story follows Michah and Clarke, two teenagers in a small town. One day, every child under the age of thirteen disappears as do many adults (and all the dogs). Micah and Clarke are both experiencing realistic dreams about what is going on and this story really just lays out the situation and the very beginnings of a conflict, as I mention in the first line, there is no resolution as this story isn't complete.
I was intrigued enough by the plot to keep reading and find out what was going on. It is a unique story line and I think an interesting one. The characters are a little flat, but some of that is probably due to the fact that the story cuts off so quickly.
Overall, I liked Vestige, but I probably would not have paid for it knowing that it was really only the first few chapters in a longer book.
I hated the ending. If you could even call it an ending. It didn't end. Stories have a beginning, a rise to some climax, then an ending. So I'm waiting and waiting. Then when you think something is going to happen, it abruptly ends. I mean, I understand writing books with lots of sequels. I read books that have lots of sequels. The difference is that those books ended and then began another part of the story in the sequel.
I do not recommend this book. Save your money.
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