Publisher: NLA Digital
Pages no: 281
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Post Apocalyptic
Tomorrow Land has such a promising concept. Two people who finally come together are torn apart by the apocalypse and then unexpectedly find each other again years later. It’s a tale of a reunion that holds the pain of betrayal and even more reservation than the first time they came together.The wor...
This is a book about a girl who becomes sort of like a cyborg, courtesy of her father’s nano technology, to ensure her survival during apocalypse.I didn’t enjoy the Before and After story telling in this novel. It suits some novels, but I didn’t particularly like it in this one.More importantly, how...
I didn't love this one - it had an interesting premise but didn't really follow through for me for a few reasons.First, the characters. No one really grabbed me - Chris/Chase was all over the place. Strong one minute, caving under a painkiller addiction the next. It just didn't come together for m...
Who would have thought a zombie book could turn out to be cute? I certainly didn’t. That is, until I’ve read Tomorrow Land by Mari Mancusi.I’ll give you a brief overview of the book: Peyton and Chris are living in 2030 where technology is literally used in people’s everyday lives. Like, for example,...
First I want to thank Netgalley for letting me read the egalley of this book. This is the first book I've read by this author, although I know of her from seeing her books at the bookstore where I work. So the premise sounded good, and I'm glad I requested it, and now I will be looking to read mor...