After the End
Publish date: 2014-05-06
Edition language: English
Series: After the End (#1)
Well, After the End pleasantly surprised me. I wasn't a fan of it until half way through when I started to really fall in love with the two main characters of this book. It's definitely more about characterization than plot. But they're great characters. Juneau has lived with her clan in Denali, ...
I have been fortunate in the month of March. I was able to read many good books, After the End being one of them. Let's hope this good luck continues into April. What I liked: •The concept of the Yara was really cool•I like Juneau's character. She's smart and analyzes things before reacting to the...
Amy Plum introduces the reader to girl who is about to have her entire world and belief system turned up-side-down: Juneau is one of the only survivors left of WWIII. Her clan survives in the traditional was of living off the land, being one with nature and hiding from those who may have also surv...
3.7 stars- audioTricked, betrayed and abandoned Juno a young teenage girl goes looking for her family. She was raised to believe that the end of the world has basically happened and her family was all that was left. While off on a hunting trip her whole life was shaken into another realm. Everything...
--Amy Plum, After the End. Synopsis: Juneau grew up fearing the outside world. The elders told her that beyond the borders of their land in the Alaskan wilderness, nuclear war had destroyed everything. But when Juneau returns from a hunting trip one day and discovers her people have been abdu...
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