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The Dead-Tossed Waves by Carrie Ryan
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Mar 23, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: young-adult, dystopia, sheroes, fantasy
Read from March 22 to 23, 2010

I didn't read this in one sitting, but boy did I ever want to! Unfortunately for me, family dinner and work got in the way a little bit, but I did finish it in 24 hours. The story was just that awesome!

I loved The Forest of Hands and Teeth so I was super excited to read this companion novel. I wanted to know more about the world full of unconsecrated/mudo. Frankly, even after I finished this book I STILL want to know more. I want to know about The Return. What happened? How long ago did it happen? Why did it happen? Carrie Ryan needs to answer my burning questions before I go crazy and turn into a zombie myself!

Gabry is a great protagonist. She's not unbelievably perfect. She's flawed and afraid, but she fights through it for the people she loves. I was completely engrossed by all the twists and turns in her story, you will be too! Run, don't walk, to the library and get a copy of The Dead-Tossed Waves...OR if you've yet to read the first of this awesomely awesome series (what's wrong with you?!) get a copy of The Forest of Hands and Teeth instead. You will NOT regret it.

p.s. I have now added another thing to the long list of "Things that Don't Exist that Fiance Must Protect Me From"

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