Love Is the Drug
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
I know there were some issues of accuracy in Johnson’s debut, The Summer Prince, but I loved the writing in that one. And I thought that Love is the Drug was a very strong second book, with a engaging, exciting plot and a cast of diverse, complex characters.
Admittedly, the beginning is a bit slow and seems to take forever to get rolling. But once it does, Emily Bird's transformation is divine to witness. A pandemic induced quarantine allows her enough time away from her control freak mother to figure out who she is. A creepy security contractor tears d...
She understands with sudden clarity that bravery has nothing to do with the absence of fear, but the response to it.Dear Fellow Sci-fi Fans,One of my favorite things about flu-virus apocalypse themes, is that it could so easily be reality. Human beings aren’t really all that hard to kill, we just ca...
Won this in the Goodreads giveaway. Looking forward to reading it very soon! Thank you kindly, Scholastic!
Bird and Coffee are tangled in a web of political intrigue and they must unravel the secrets locked in Bird's memory before a rogue government agent gets to them or their loved ones. This is science fiction at its best, blatantly addressing social issues like class, race, poverty, and substance abus...