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Megan’s review of Life As We Knew It (Last Survivors, #1)
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Sep 08, 2010 03:36PM
Just so you know, the 2nd book is from a POV of a different character who is affected by the same disaster but lives somewhere else.
Sep 09, 2010 05:23AM
What? Ah... crap. Not that I was especially invested in Miranda & her family, but I was expecting that story to continue & develop. Thanks for the heads up.
Sep 09, 2010 05:27AM
It continues in book 3 though.
Sep 09, 2010 09:14AM
The second book is excellent though, same world but instead of surviving in a small town, it's about Alex Morales surviving in NYC. Apparently during an interview, the author joked "I figure with 300 million people alive in the United States, even if I write about 10 people a book, I can still get another 2,999,998 novels out of that meteor, and that should keep me busy and entertained well past the foreseeable future."
Sep 09, 2010 01:05PM
Fantastic! Thanks for the info, ladies :)
@Liz I guess Pfeffer plans on continuing the series indefinately, huh? lol
Aug 25, 2013 09:02AM
In book three the main character from the second book and Miranda meet.
Sorry for the spoilers!
(last edited Aug 25, 2013 09:09PM)
Aug 25, 2013 09:06PM
If you were truly sorry about the spoilers, you
Wouldn't include them in your comments!
2) Would at least do everyone the courtesy of hiding them behind a spoiler tag. When you type a comment, there is a tan link on the top right side of the comment box which says (some html is ok) click on it and it will tell you how to
[ do this. It is much kinder than being a jackass and including spoilers from book three in the comments for book one.
Honestly, what is the point of your comment other than to ruin and spoil the series for everyone else who may not have read book three yet????
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