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In Between Seasons by Cassandra Giovanni
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May 29, 2012

really liked it

This is an intriguing debut novel. I've just started reading dystopian fiction and "In Between Seasons" had me thinking, wondering, rooting for Kate, and later Hunter. Ms. Giovanni gives nothing away with her realistic voice and the plot. As you read, you are given glimpses of what has happened to the world, and just who really is the enemy, and who is in charge. There was a twist at the end that I didn't see coming, and it made me want a sequel right now. The tension between the characters keeps you guessing and you do have to wonder about those ladies on the sofa and what they have to do with the world situation. Even better, nothing is spelled out - the story unfolds in action and dialogue.

As I mentioned, this is a debut novel and while not perfect (what is?), it is a promising start for a young author that I envision growing from strength to strength and improving upon what she has done here.
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