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The Storm:Flow shorts
Clare Littlemore
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The Storm:Flow shorts

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Occurs in the middle of Flow so read after Flow. See how Cass handles the changes in her life after Assessment Day.
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Nancy (The Avid Reader)
The Storm is written from Cass’s point of view and gives us a little insight into her world. Today in Cass’s world a storm is about to hit the Beck and the girls are all having to pull together to save the crops that they have worked so hard to grow. If they fail to save the crops everyone could starve the next year.

In The Storm we learn who Cass is and how hard of a worker she is and how hard she works to take care of all the other girls. Cass is like a little care giver or kind of like a
Candy Robosky
Jan 25, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Given this was a short it still gives a lot of information and further develops the character of Cass. A huge storm is coming how will Cass handle this added threat as she also handles the changes since assessment day. I love how Cass takes a different approach than others in her position. I received this free and am voluntarily leaving my honest review.
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Clare Littlemore is a young adult dystopian and sci-fi author who thrives on fictionally destroying the world in as many ways as she possibly can.

She was born in Durham, in the UK. Her parents were both teachers, and she grew up in a world surrounded by books. She has worked for most of her life as a teacher of English at various high schools in England, where she has shared her passion for books