Surviving an apocalypse sucks.
It totally does. Instead of counting herself lucky to be alive, Tess struggles to find the will to keep placing one foot in front of the other, especially when the most she ever had to worry about before the meteor catastrophe was whether she’d have a date to prom.
Climbing mountains—again—dealing with the lack of food, clean water, and wo...more
So needless to say I was very disappointed when this book didn't offer up some of the closure I was looking for. It felt like a tie-over and filler until book three.
The supernatural mysteriousness surrounding Cole was not explained and no explanations about the cause of the disaster or reason for the environmental changes were given at all either. I felt like we should h ...more
That's not cool. Two years is awfully long time. I am gonna miss Tess and her "family" like crazy. Not fair. I need to do multiple rereads before the year 2020 has rolled around. I have questions that needs answers! (view spoiler)[ Like how old is Cole? (hide spoiler)] I'm dying on curiosity!
And yep, I really liked this book!
Whenever I started reading this book I got bored and jumped into another book. Finally I skimmed read this and finished it.
I, like many other fans, have waited patiently for this book for years. Angela delivered something well worth the wait. Surviving in a post-apocalyptic world seems doable after reading this. I am thrilled that there will be more coming soon, too! Thank you, Ms. Scott, for another great adventure!
2020??!! You’re killing me. The best series I’ve read in years. I’ve reread the first book, holding off on reading the second for as long as I possibly can. And now that I have I’m so completely excited for the next book! Only a year and a bit to wait...
I didn't think The story of Tess and Cole, would continue after all these years! I am so glad it did!! It gave me an excuse to read the first book again, because it was wonderful and so was this new installment!! I can't wait for more!!
For the most part, I write contemporary Young Adult novels. However, through a writing exercise that spiraled out of control, I found myself writing a ...more