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Savage Drift by Emmy Laybourne
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it was amazing

In the Book Monument 14: Savage Drift, by Emmy Laybourne, picks up from the second in the series of three. The story begins where it left off, in a Canadian refugee camp with a group of kids just trying to live normal lives. Some with their parents they found, others were not so lucky. But soon the luck changes for the leader of the group, Niko, who finds out that his girlfriend, who ran away in the previous book because she became an “O” monster, was being held in a type O blood type containment center. So from their the adventure begins.

Niko tries to escape their refugee camp and succeeds with the help of the Air force pilot and father of the kindergarteners that they had rescued in the second book, and three of his friends Jake, Dean, and Astrid, who is pregnant and wanted for testing. The pilot gets them as far as he a can but from their they hitch hike and make their own way. The only things that keep standing in their way are the encounters to the Drifts that had been rumors but they now know they aren’t. The drifts are moving clouds of compounds that take down towns one at a time and the group encounters them more than once. Eventually they are able to get Niko’s girlfriend, Josie, with the unexpected help of a drift. in the end the group is able to make it to their final destination, Niko’s uncle's farm where they are able to bring back all the members of their new family. Dean and his brother are also able to locate their parents and and live the rest of their lives as a real family again.

The Book Monument 14: Savage Drift, by Emmy Laybourne creates a plot that instantly captures your attention and makes you want to flip the next page just to see what happens to the developing characters. I really enjoyed reading this novel because it really puts together action, adventure, and the desire to join together their loving post-apocalyptic family. I would say this book would be a good read for anyone who wants to be filled with action, adventure and an exciting plot that keeps you on the edge of your seat.
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March 5, 2014 – Shelved

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