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Nowhereville by Sean  Campbell
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Oct 13, 11

Read from October 05 to 06, 2011

This is a very interesting concept. I enjoyed how Campbell set up his debut novel as it is fast paced and shrouded in mystery. We meet Seth, Jenna, and Ava around the same time, but Ava has something to hide, something big. The chapters alternate back and forth between the characters as they go their separate ways and the world around them begins to crumble as Grass Valley is attacked by Martians. Campbell really sets up his novel well, explaining the different space stations and the people that live there; it’s ingenious really, and learning about the characters’ world was vastly interesting.

While I did really enjoy the premise of the novel, I have to admit that I was a little disappointed that Ava eventually disappears from the story completely, leaving the reader in the dark much too soon...

To read my full review (11/5):

http://bookvacations.wordpress.com/20...
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