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    How I Live Now

    I read this book because I had watched the movie trailer and it seemed very interesting. Honestly it did not live up to my expectations but I know it's different from the movie so I'm praying for the movie to not be as big of a waste of time. I never quite figured out in which time period this book took place in and the fact that Edmund and Daisy are cousins is just gross. I wouldn't recommend this book to anyone unless they don't have anything better to do.
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    A Fresh Voice

    I didn't know what to expect when I started reading this book on a plane. I was pleasantly surprised to find a fascinating read that sets itself apart from other dystopian titles. The slight hint of the supernatural was also an interesting addition. I really liked Daisy's voice, which was very much that of a teenager, but not at all annoying. Better than the movie.
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    Good read

    Once you get use to the dialog, the story moves at a good pace. Overall story of survival and self actualization echoes the true life experiences of people trying not only to survive a war but their own internal battles. The author didn't hold back the immediate shock of war and the lingering affect on our sensibilities. A very good read.
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