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I thought the initial premise was interesting. I was sad when people became ill and died, and found the changes interesting.
Then we came to the part where teenage girls are, in a world without serious regulation, "bad conduct prizes". If this book has one lesson for readers, it would appear to be that the more vile and evil you are, the more likely you are to get your own "hawt" teenage girl who will permit you to rape her. I am honestly shocked the author is female.
So if you don't mind reading gruesomely "real" stories of an apocalypse, this is the book for you.
Others have commented on the high quality of the writing, and I agree. Still others have also posted opposing thoughts about Jack, the Christian pastor in the story. <<The following may be a bit of a spoiler???>> I'm a Christian but not a conservative one. Early in the story I did find myself getting really put out with Jack and his whiny, closed-minded reaction to the reality of the changed world. But I felt like Ms. Miner did a great job of developing and growing his character as the story progressed. One would probably have to read the whole series to observe this. Some readers would undoubtedly find Jack's development to be an abdication of his faith. I felt his faith actually became stronger and more productively expressed in actions as his character grew.
Great work, Ms. Miner, and as the title of this review says, "More please!"
To be fair, I stopped reading at this point. This was such a turn off I couldn't see subjecting myself to more of this offensive bigoted stereotyping. Going back to this page now, I see that others had problems with teenage girls being rapped and other stuff like that. I'm glad I didn't pay for this book. I do not recommend it at all.