Publish date: October 9th 2012
Publisher: Disney Publishing Worldwide
Pages no: 370
Edition language: English
This book has 3 big things going for it:1. They're young adult postapocalyptic, which is rare.2. All of the stories take place only *after* the disaster has occurred--it doesn't really matter how it happened (or even what happened). 3. There's a preponderance of female authors, for once. As with all...
I was lucky enough to have won a copy of this book through Goodreads! Many thanks to both Goodreads and the publisher for giving me the opportunity to read and review this title.I should start by saying that I don’t read many short story collections. I often find myself listless when I do – I grow w...
This review can also be found here **I won this book in a GoodReads First Reads giveaway**This review will be a little different since there are nineteen short stories in this book and I don't want a ridiculously long review so I shall just touch on them briefly.The Segment by Genevieve ValentineI r...
If there’s one form of literature that truly frightens me, it’s anthologies. Why? Because I personally find that when it comes to anthologies, I get really wrapped up in the plots only to find myself being cut off. The end. Done. Never mind how attached I got to the characters in the short story or ...
This is a great anthology of dystopian and post-apocalyptic fiction for teens. Almost all of the stories made me want to seek out the author's other work. The fantastic editors have chosen truly great representations of the genre. Highly recommended.
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