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Emeline and the Mutants by Rachel Tsoumbakos
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Jun 21, 2011

it was amazing
Recommended for: 16+
Read in June, 2011 — I own a copy , read count: 1

I loved how Rachel joined elements of mythical fantasy, such as fairies, trolls, and mermaids, with urban fantasy themes such as zombies and vampires, and threw in some conspiracy theory and kill-em-all action with it. Emeline is a strong female character, and I found that I strangely enjoyed the fact that she had killed her boyfriend and most of her family when they had turned into mutants. It had many "gasp" moments, as well as "have to read just one more chapter even though it's already 1 a.m." moments.

I would recommend Emeline and the Mutants to lovers of Resident Evil and other post-apocalyptic fans. It is definitely for mature readers, who don't mine a smidge of gore, as the blood-spattered cover suggests.
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