The Carbon Diaries 2017
In this riveting sequel to the hit eco-thriller The Carbon Diaries 2015, Laura Brown, now a college student in London, chronicles the struggle England faces as the government tightens its grip on carbon rations. Laura is juggling two love interests, and her eco-punk band, the dirty angels, keeps... show more
In this riveting sequel to the hit eco-thriller The Carbon Diaries 2015, Laura Brown, now a college student in London, chronicles the struggle England faces as the government tightens its grip on carbon rations. Laura is juggling two love interests, and her eco-punk band, the dirty angels, keeps landing gigs, so life is good...until a crackdown on rioting students forces her to flee the city. Then, on the bank's European tour, Laura finds herself at the center of a series of dangerous events. The angels have always sung about fighting corruption. Is it time for Laura to join the underground resistance movement and actually practice what the dirty angels preaches? As perceptive and compulsively readable as its prequel, this book raises provocative moral questions for today's young adults.
Publish date: February 22nd 2010
Publisher: Holiday House
Pages no: 326
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Realistic Fiction
, Post Apocalyptic
Series: Carbon Diaries (#2)
I quite liked the previous book. This book however, not so. It was too dark, too extreme and I also didn't like Laura all the time. The on and off relationship with Adi wasn't working either, and her kissing Nate and flirting with Sam... no thank you.Some parts were really great, but a lot was just ...
The journal of a teenage girl reflecting on her life dealing with having to watch her carbon emissions.
Oh man i wish there was more, i really do.
I personally liked the first book better - this book seemed a little up and down, the pace sometimes normal (everyday going-ons), the next minute it was racing (wars, riots, breakups, get togethers). I liked it, but I'm a little torn over what I think about it overall, to be perfectly honest. I kind...
Laura Brown lives in the U.K. and unfortunately the U.K. is the first country to establish carbon rationing. Everyone will be expected to reduce their carbon consumption by 60%. Everyone has 200 Carbon Points per month to spend on travel, heat, food, and fun. The 200 Carbon Points are loaded on a ...