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Justina Ireland
I write books about dangerous girls. I like cake, coffee, and books. If you give me a cupcake I might be your best friend...or just ask you for another one. show more

I write books about dangerous girls. I like cake, coffee, and books. If you give me a cupcake I might be your best friend...or just ask you for another one.
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Bookish Blerd
Bookish Blerd rated it 6 months ago
Wow. Ms. Ireland took us for a wild ride on this one.Wherein Jane and Katherine become the best of friends, go on more adventuers. We have deaths, rebirths, apparently the vaccine works, but also, it does not work. We have a mad scientist on the loose, and vengeful bounty hunters on his trail, the E...
Bookish Blerd
Bookish Blerd rated it 6 months ago
To start, I have no idea what I was thinking when I decided I HAD to read this. I shall quantify this by saying, as someone who has lived her intire life dealing with the reality of slaver, racism, and mysoginy, I despise dealing with it in my fantasy world. I actively avoide books and movies that a...
Mike Finn
Mike Finn rated it 10 months ago
In 'Dread Nation', Justina Ireland introduced us to an alternative America where the Civil War was interrupted by the rise of undead ‘Shamblers' and to Jane and Katherine, the top students in 'Miss Preston’s School of Combat for Negro Girls'. In the violent conclusion to the first book, the two wome...
Mike Finn
Mike Finn rated it 12 months ago
The cover of 'Dread Nation', by Justina Ireland was almost enough to make me buy the book without knowing anything else about it. It's a cover that's proud of itself. A cover that shows grace and threatens violence. A cover that says, 'You don't know me yet, but you should'. Still, everyone knows ...
Darth Pedant
Darth Pedant rated it 1 year ago
The publication of this book was pushed back two or three times over the course of its production, which means that even though I held off on reading the first book for several months, I still had to wait nearly a year and a half for the sequel. It was well worth it. Deathless Divide is about 100 pa...
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