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    Fast read. Beautifully written. Its hard to write about this book without spoiling it. Its a completely different take on the end of humankind and a tale of what it is to come of age in confusing times. I think that reading this story gives you a glimpse into what living in this time would be like.
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    Picked this up completely at random and was pleasantly surprised. Partly the coming-of-age story of a sixth grade girl from California, partly the end of the world; the balance definitely tipped toward the former. Even though I was never a twelve year old girl, Julie's story rang true for me. As a fan of hard sci-fi I would have liked a bit more; maybe as a parallel storyline in addition to the dramatic stuff (not instead of.)
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    The perfect holiday read. Tragic and touching, the power of this book lies in the telling of a story of science and disaster from the eyes of an every day teenage girl. The narrative is thus two-fold, as global events unravel, our protagonist is making the already difficult transition from childhood to adulthood. Her innocent and appealing voice prevents the novel from becoming entirely gloomy, as it tackles the subjects of love and loss, family and fate.
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    No plot, no climax, no resolution
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