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  1. says:

    Happy Pub Day Children think we make them but we don't They exist somewhere else before us before time They come into the world and make us Th

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    Hey my new nickname is FOUCAULT PENDELUM after finishing this book because when it came to give the stars I started swing

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    From the water we came and to the water we will return our lungs always hungering for air but our hearts beating like waves I really enjoyed this novel based on what the world could be like when sea levels rise and the Earth begins flooding People are fleeing inland or building boats and taking to the high seasWe follow Myra and pearl and soon after Daniel; on their small boat Myra's oldest daughter Row was taken by her husband and Row's

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    It has happened The climate change the scientists have been warning us about for years The incessant rain has eliminated all our coastal cities Climate refugees are heading for the middle of the country Soon though even those cities will be covered with water Myra and her daughter live in the boat her grandfather

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    I won this ARC in a Goodreads giveaway; many thanks to the publisher author and Goodreads for this opportunity This was a gut wrenching read full of compelling desperate broken characters grappling with overwhelming grief and various personal traumas while having to dig deep to survive in an unforgiving post apocalyptic nightmarish world I won't soon forget Myra Pearl Daniel or the crew of the Sedna or the bleak world th

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    Kassandra Montag’s debut was evocative raw and atmospheric It is 100 years in the future and the world has flooded the only habitable land are the mountain peaks Myra and her daughter Pearl are living in a boat endlessly searching for the daughter she has lost A violent encounter with a “raider“ leads her to believe

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    A promising premise that does not deliverFull disclosure I received a free e ARC for review through Edelweiss Trigger warning for rape kidnapping human trafficking suicide and drug use This is how the water takes usDNF at 76%Thirty something Myra lives in a future that could one day very well be our own Flooding fueled by climate change gradually claimed the coasts before she was born; and when she just a yo

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    35 starsIn this remarkable debut most of the earth is covered by water after years of devastating flooding Livable land is minimal and raider ships along with breeding ships are a constant danger Civilization has collapsed and there are no basic amenities Myra and her daughter Pearl survive by fishing and trading for basic necessities When

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    When I think of those days of losing the people I've loved I think of how my loneliness deepened like being lowered into a well water rising around me as I clawed at the stone walls reaching for sunlight How you get used to being at the bottom of a well How you wouldn't recognize a rope if it was thrown down to youThis book was utterly amazing Beautifully written bleak tremendously poignant and full of lyrical imagery and memorable chara

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    You wouldn't want to be stranded at sea with this snooze fest Bleak bland and pointlessSo apparently the seafloor split and water from beneath the earth slowly rose up and over the next estimated 100 years covered the world in water But even that's wishy washy because even though they only lost communications – internet TV radio – thirt

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Her fellow seekers who hope to build a safe haven together in this dangerous new world But secrets lust and betrayals threaten their dream and after their fortunes take a shocking and bloody turn Myra can no longer ignore the uestion of whether saving Row is worth endangering Pearl and her fellow travelersA compulsively readable novel of dark despair and soaring hope After the Flood is a magnificent action packed and sometimes frightening odyssey laced with wonder an affecting and wholly original saga both redemptive and astonishing. 35 starsIn this remarkable debut most of the earth is covered by water after years of devastating flooding Livable land is minimal and raider ships along with breeding ships are a constant danger Civilization has collapsed and there are no basic amenities Myra and her daughter Pearl survive by fishing and trading for basic necessities When Myra hears her older daughter Row who was taken from her 7 years ago was seen alive in a northern community they leave on a dangerous journey by sea to search for her After running into trouble Myra combines forces with the crew of a larger ship and she will stop at nothing in order to find her daughter regardless of the danger or conseuences This is an adventure tale of survival I won t soon forget The world building was well crafted and the image of this new world was terrifying Yet this book is so much than a survival story It s a story of survival but also a story about grief and holding onto hope against all the odds It s about strength of character and sacrificing for those you love It s about opening up and trusting people when your life normally depends on the mistrust of people I did enjoy this story but it is a bleak one and is overly long with some repetitiveness This novel will appeal to those who don t reuire their characters to be likable There are moral ambiguities and I was left with much to ponder after I turned the last page Marialyce and I deviated from our usual genres with this post apocalyptic book and there was much to discussFor our duo review of this book and others please visit Listening Woman by Tony Hillerman Summary & Study Guide uestion of whether saving Row is worth endangering Pearl and her fellow travelersA compulsively readable novel of dark despair and soaring hope After the Flood is a magnificent action packed and sometimes frightening odyssey laced with wonder an affecting and wholly original saga both redemptive and astonishing. 35 starsIn this remarkable debut most of the earth is covered by water after years of devastating flooding Livable land is minimal and raider ships along with breeding ships are a constant danger Civilization has collapsed and there are no basic amenities Myra and her daughter Pearl survive by fishing and trading for basic necessities When Myra hears her older daughter Row who was taken from her 7 years ago was seen alive in a northern community they leave on a dangerous journey by sea to search for her After running into trouble Myra combines forces with the crew of a larger ship and she will stop at nothing in order to find her daughter regardless of the danger or conseuences This is an adventure tale of survival I won t soon forget The world building was well crafted and the image of this new world was terrifying Yet this book is so much than a survival story It s a story of survival but also a story about grief and holding onto hope against all the odds It s about strength of character and sacrificing for those you love It s about opening The White Nights of Ramadan up and trusting people when your life normally depends on the mistrust of people I did enjoy this story but it is a bleak one and is overly long with some repetitiveness This novel will appeal to those who don t reuire their characters to be likable There are moral ambiguities and I was left with much to ponder after I turned the last page Marialyce and I deviated from our Beyond the Pale usual genres with this post apocalyptic book and there was much to discussFor our duo review of this book and others please visit

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A little than a century from now our world has been utterly transformed After years of slowly overtaking the continent rising floodwaters have obliterated America’s great coastal cities and then its heartland leaving nothing but an archipelago of mountaintop colonies surrounded by a deep expanse of open waterStubbornly independent Myra and her precocious seven year old daughter Pearl fish from their small boat the Bird visiting dry land only to trade for supplies and information in the few remaining outposts of civilization For sev. From the water we came and to the water we will return our lungs always hungering for air but our hearts beating like waves I really enjoyed this novel based on what the world could be like when sea levels rise and the Earth begins flooding People are fleeing inland or building boats and taking to the high seasWe follow Myra and pearl and soon after Daniel on their small boat Myra s oldest daughter Row was taken by her husband and Row s father Jacob and Myra is determined to find her no matter whatWhen Myra and Pearl get into some trouble at sea and their boat sinks they are saved by a crew planning to find somewhere to settle away from slavers and raiders The world Montag has created is truly frightening It s like The Purge where the usual rules don t apply and people will take whatever they want however they can Be warned there is violence in here it is terrifying what human beings will do to one another when they are desperate But there is also real hope in this novel The world has we know it has completely changed and will never be the same again People rely on each other like never before it really does put into perspective what may happen if we don t start taking care of our planet I saw myself in my ocean grave underwater light bluing my skin my hair floating like seaweed coral sprouting from my bones The Black Ice Score (Parker, utterly transformed After years of slowly overtaking the continent rising floodwaters have obliterated America’s great coastal cities and then its heartland leaving nothing but an archipelago of mountaintop colonies surrounded by a deep expanse of open waterStubbornly independent Myra and her precocious seven year old daughter Pearl fish from their small boat the Bird visiting dry land only to trade for supplies and information in the few remaining outposts of civilization For sev. From the water we came and to the water we will return our lungs always hungering for air but our hearts beating like waves I really enjoyed this novel based on what the world could be like when sea levels rise and the Earth begins flooding People are fleeing inland or building boats and taking to the high seasWe follow Myra and pearl and soon after Daniel on their small boat Myra s oldest daughter Row was taken by her husband and Row s father Jacob and Myra is determined to find her no matter whatWhen Myra and Pearl get into some trouble at sea and their boat sinks they are saved by a crew planning to find somewhere to settle away from slavers and raiders The world Montag has created is truly frightening It s like The Purge where the The Black Painting usual rules don t apply and people will take whatever they want however they can Be warned there is violence in here it is terrifying what human beings will do to one another when they are desperate But there is also real hope in this novel The world has we know it has completely changed and will never be the same again People rely on each other like never before it really does put into perspective what may happen if we don t start taking care of our planet I saw myself in my ocean grave Fire and Desire underwater light bluing my skin my hair floating like seaweed coral sprouting from my bones

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En years Myra has grieved the loss of her oldest daughter Row who was stolen by her father after a monstrous deluge overtook their home in Nebraska Then in a violent confrontation with a stranger Myra suddenly discovers that Row was last seen in a far off encampment near the Arctic Circle Throwing aside her usual caution Myra and Pearl embark on a perilous voyage into the icy northern seas hoping against hope that Row will still be thereOn their journey Myra and Pearl join forces with a larger ship and Myra finds herself bonding with. Kassandra Montag s debut was evocative raw and atmospheric It is 100 years in the future and the world has flooded the only habitable land are the mountain peaks Myra and her daughter Pearl are living in a boat endlessly searching for the daughter she has lost A violent encounter with a raider leads her to believe that her daughter truly still is alive but is far away in the north and the journey to get there is treacherous Myra is a fierce mama bear and nothing is going to stop her This new world is desolate and full of danger No rules No laws No hope I ve been struggling with what to write in my review for this book I think for me it was just a case of the right book at the wrong time The story was action packed the writing was riveting and the characters were well developed But the book left me feeling empty I realize this is a story about the end of the world and it was not meant to be uplifting but I just needed some glimmer of hope Maybe there was one maybe I just missed it Also Myra was unlikable and extremely selfish I admired her strength and her determination to save her daughter but at what cost She was willing to put so many people s lives in danger including her other daughters Not to mention she was manipulative and a liar I ve read several reviews of this book and people absolutely loved it In fact I read one review and they stated this was the best dystopian they had ever read So while this was not a good fit for me it might be for you It was definitely well written well executed and I will absolutely read another book from this authorThis book in three emoji s Big thanks to William Morrow for my copy of this book Engendering Song usual caution Myra and Pearl embark on a perilous voyage into the icy northern seas hoping against hope that Row will still be thereOn their journey Myra and Pearl join forces with a larger ship and Myra finds herself bonding with. Kassandra Montag s debut was evocative raw and atmospheric It is 100 years in the future and the world has flooded the only habitable land are the mountain peaks Myra and her daughter Pearl are living in a boat endlessly searching for the daughter she has lost A violent encounter with a raider leads her to believe that her daughter truly still is alive but is far away in the north and the journey to get there is treacherous Myra is a fierce mama bear and nothing is going to stop her This new world is desolate and full of danger No rules No laws No hope I ve been struggling with what to write in my review for this book I think for me it was just a case of the right book at the wrong time The story was action packed the writing was riveting and the characters were well developed But the book left me feeling empty I realize this is a story about the end of the world and it was not meant to be Listening Woman by Tony Hillerman Summary & Study Guide uplifting but I just needed some glimmer of hope Maybe there was one maybe I just missed it Also Myra was The White Nights of Ramadan unlikable and extremely selfish I admired her strength and her determination to save her daughter but at what cost She was willing to put so many people s lives in danger including her other daughters Not to mention she was manipulative and a liar I ve read several reviews of this book and people absolutely loved it In fact I read one review and they stated this was the best dystopian they had ever read So while this was not a good fit for me it might be for you It was definitely well written well executed and I will absolutely read another book from this authorThis book in three emoji s Big thanks to William Morrow for my copy of this book