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  • A great book, not sure on ending though.

    This is a really well written title with a rock solid premise – California has run out of water. Everyone sort-of knew it was coming but was sure that there would be some plans in place to make sure that nobody would suffer once the taps stopped working, this was their biggest mistake. The story follows to lives of a group of kids from very different backgrounds and how they cope in this disaster. Alyssa and her brother, Garett, are from a normal suburban household and weren’t prepared for this at all but they adapt well to the situation while Kelton, their next door neighbour is from a doomsday prepping family. In their search for safety and water, they meet a couple of other teens who I felt weren’t as well developed as characters so I struggled to sympathise with them. The book flips perspectives between the characters, which is something I love – seeing the same story through the eyes of everyone involved. I enjoyed the first 2/3 of this book much more than the ending, I would have much rather there had be a sequel and the story ended in a more satisfying way than the current ending that I felt was a bit rushed and left too many loose ends. That said, I have read other books by the author Neal Shusterman and hold him to a very high standard so I might just be being picky here…

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  • Interesting good read.

    Although not as good as the same author's Arc of a Scythe trilogy it is an interesting and enthrilling read. Definitely worth your time.

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  • Brilliant.

    I really enjoyed this book! It is a captivating read, formatted in a way that makes it extremely hard to put down, and a thrilling story. I found the characters to be a little unrelateable and not exactly likeable, so it wasn't perfect, but otherwise I don't see many flaws. I really loved the storyline and the way that the events continued piling up, and adding a bit more about some certain events in the middle is all I see that needs to be improved. While reading I felt like there was something missing. I'm still not sure what it is but I'm guessing it has something to do with making some of the characters a little more likable. 4.5/5 and make sure you have a lot of time. It's not a book you can put down easily.

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  • Awesome Sauce!!!

    I bought this book just two days ago and I have already finished and love thus book. It's thrilling, compelling and Impossible to put down. Amazing!

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