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    Definitely Recommend!

    Summary The story takes a dark turn for tomorrow. Placed in an America ravaged by an unnamed virus, teens Sawyer and Sara struggle to live from day to day. Author Jeremiah Franklin has created a desolate post-apocalyptic world full of conspiracies that seem to reveal the fragility of human life. Good Things: • I love the third person omniscient telling of the story. It helps keep the story on track, rather than trailing away in the random thoughts of characters. • Great symbolism; the crows are a purveyor of death and destruction. The fire symbolism is great; it depicts the basic needs of humanity after food and shelter. • Very dark and mysterious in the exposition. It pulls the reader in. • The character development of Mason is very good. I feel like he is the most built character after Sawyer and Sara. Not So Good Things: • Sara’s reaction to her first killing is empty. Maybe that reflects how she feels, but a larger emotional response feels almost necessary. • In the beginning, Sara and Sawyer’s relationship feels very forced and full of artifice. It appears Sara is playing Sawyer. Later though, their relationship becomes solidified and real. • I dislike the constant use of “boy” when referring to Sawyer (It doesn’t really reflect him). I think it could be replaced with a different descriptive word. Overall, a great read. I would recommend it to other readers. I was given a copy of the book by the publishers.
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    Fantastic post apocalyptic debut novel

    Dark Tomorrow is a post apocalyptic story about surviving the harsh world after a virus killed most of the world's population. Sawyer and Sara are our main characters. Sawyer has lost everyone and his only priority is surviving. He doesn't care who he has to step on. He is in it all for himself. Sara still has her father and will do anything to ensure they both live. Sara and her dad must leave their home to find food. This book is a bit dark. But I feel like it realistically portrays a post apocalyptic world. This world is brutal and intense. I loved the world building. It was thought out and well written. This is a fantastic debut novel. If post apocalyptic books are your thing, then I highly recommend this book. I was given a copy of this book by the publisher.
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