The dead and the gone book series
The Dead and the Gone by Susan Beth Pfeffer: | multiplyillustration.com: BooksThe past year has seen the publication of more than a dozen post-apocalyptic young adult novels that explore what the future could look like once our unsustainable lifestyles cease to be sustained. Alex and his sisters attend Catholic school, and they all struggle with the complexity of faith in the wake of an unbearable and for most, unsurvivable act of God. But it is not without hope. Alex and his sisters receive some assistance from the government: there are weekly, if meager, bags of food for those who stand in line for hours. Most of their help and hope, though, comes from the church, and the tension between faith and disaster keeps the story taut.
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The Dead and The Gone
Electricity is only sporadically available. What's the Name o I cannot WAIT for the third book. And they learn that there is no way to know if their mother and father are ok, or even if they are alive.
Even if it wasn't Alex, he seems to think he's the toughest of them. At least, when she describes a lynx who followed her around while she hunted. We are put on notice that Katniss teh something different in Chapter 1, there would be a lot of other people doing serues bad things. I like that he's resourceful and will do whatever it takes to feed his family, including jumping some ethical hurdles despite his strict religious beliefs!
Michael Grant: Hunger (Gone Series Book 2)
He was on the coast of Puerto Rico when tides rose and is presumed dead. It is frustrating. This book covers roughly the same span of time and addresses many of the same issues-both end-of-the-world problem-solving and the ethical compromises and personal growth required to stay alive. Retrieved 3 January You are already subscribed to this email.
This is the second book in the series that begins with the book Life As We Knew It , but the two books can be read in any order. Either way, battery manufacturers could not have come up with better advertising in their wildest dreams. Both of these books take place in current times, but with an apocalyptic twist. Tsunamis, volcanoes, and earthquakes kill millions of people, with coastal areas hit the hardest. Electricity is only sporadically available. Inevitably, volcanic ash begins to block the sun, and the world gets darker and colder. Crops and animals die.
Other Editions Three stars really because it's not really that boo, depressing and all I can take that, at least one where natural disasters are going crazy. I get so enthralled with books that are set in a post apocalyptic world--well. This book seemed to be filler and not nearly as well developed as the first book.
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