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Semper by Peter J. Dudley
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May 03, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: dystopia, post-apocalyptic, fantasy, self-published, young-adult
Read in May, 2012

This is a very professionally written book (first person, present tense) and is utterly engaging. I devoured it in a matter of day/s and it kept me hooked right up to the very end. The world is well rendered, and the plot well-paced and interesting, keeping you looking expectantly for the next book. The characters were well developed, I especially liked Dale's clumsy 16-year old approach to well... communicating with girls and his own lack of confidence. His bumbling nature and tendency to put his foot in his mouth both made me want to slap some sense in him and also rang completely true. The girls too were a delight. Freda with her quick wit and Lupya, the fierce huntress. I cannot help but wonder what the future holds for them.

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