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Burn Down the Sky by James Jaros
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May 31, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: horror-and-apocalyptic-fiction

In James Jaros’s BURN DOWN THE SKY, global warming has scorched the earth, resulting in mass die-offs over several hundred years, and a new virus, passed on through sex, infects millions of the survivors, making them suicidally or homicidally insane. In this MAD MAX America, a small community struggles to survive–until a marauding gang comes to steal its prepubescent girls, who are able to produce children, and sell them to a local elite. The story is fairly gripping, with strong characters, particularly the women, brought to life through good writing and pacing. Overall, it’s a highly enjoyable apocalyptic read.

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