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Disaster's Children review é eBook or Kindle ePUB é [KINDLE] ❄ Disaster's Children ❧ Emma Sloley – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk As the world dies a woman must choose between her own survival and that of humankind Raised in a privileged community of wealthy survivalists on an idyllic self sustaining Oregon ranch Marlo hTrapped in a paradise that’s become a prison Marlo has a choice stay in the only home she’s ever known or break away taking its secrets of survival with herSet in a chillingly possible very near future Disaster’s Children is a provocative debut novel about holding on to what we know and letting go of it for the unknown and the unknowable. I thought I would probably like it based on the premise and the cover which I love but even with out many expectations I was still disappointed A blurb on the cover described it as “rich with detail” but I found a lot of the details pointless And I like my details to have a point The way the characters acted and reacted to each other always struck me as slightly off like it actually the way real humans would react and talk in that situation The book just ended up irritating me with all the ways I thought it could have been better

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As the world dies a woman must choose between her own survival and that of humankind Raised in a privileged community of wealthy survivalists on an idyllic self sustaining Oregon ranch Marlo has always been insulated The outside world which the ranchers call “the Disaster” is a casualty of ravaging climate change a troubled landscape on the. ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest reviewWhen I read the synopsis of this book I'd imagined a whole other story than the one I got It unfortunately did not meet the expectations I set when I started this novel I was expecting suspense action and twists and turns However what I got was a monotone story with unrelatable characters I didn't like that almost the whole story was set on the self sustaining Oregon ranch I would've loved for the main character to grow and explore the outside world because the world the author had created was pretty intriguing and I would've loved to see it brought to life on paper What I got at the end of this book is what I would've loved to have happened in the middle of story It had a very slow pace and the main character wasn't that interesting to be honest I couldn't connect to her and I didn't like her that much She was in her mid twenties but acted way younger This book didn't feel finished it ended when the story was starting to get good This story felt like a first book in a series and if that was the case I would've definitely gave it an extra star

review ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ø Emma Sloley

Disaster's ChildrenBrink of catastrophe For as long as Marlo can remember the unknown that lies beyond the borders of her utopia has been a curious obsession But just as she plans her escape into the chaos of the real world a charismatic new resident gives her a compelling reason to stay And soon enough a reason to doubt and to fear his intentionsNow feeling and. Yet another story with an interesting premise but poor execution Adopted Marlowe has lived in aWealthy idyllic self sustaining ranch while the outside world “the disaster“ due to climate change Is on the brink of catastrophe The story was just too slow for me with little conflict and predictable twists