Author: Amy Plum

Book Review: After the End

Book Review: After the End

What a breath of fresh air! After beginning to think that I have hit a brick wall with dystopian and post-apocalyptic reads, After the End is a beyond pleasant surprise. The tale begins with Juneau and her clan living in the wilds of Alaska. To her and her people, life outside their small town is dangerous. The land saturated with radiation. Those who may have survived a threat to everything Juneau and her people have worked so hard to protect. You see, Juneau and her fellow clans-people believe in 1984, or some time shortly there after, World War III happened. The […]

Posted June 12, 2014
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Book Review: Die For Me

Book Review: Die For Me

Life for Kate and her sister, Georgia, in the States has become unbearable after the death of their parent in a tragic car accident. Wanting to put their past behind them, they decide to move to Paris to live with their grandparents. In the City of Lights, anything can and will happen.   Die for Me had a lot of ups and downs. When it was up, I could not put the book down. When it went down, I struggled in not throwing the book across the room. The book centers on Kate and the somewhat mysterious Vincent. After an […]

Posted August 26, 2011
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