Friday, June 10, 2016

Review: Schism by Britt Holewinski

“Schism” is the first book in a new dystopian trilogy that tells a tale of survival, of good versus evil, and of constructing a future with only memories of childhood.
A government-created virus is accidentally released before testing is complete and within weeks it kills six billion people, children are the only survivors. Andy Christensen and her two friends travel across the country searching for a safe place to live, but nowhere, it seems, is capable of resurrection.
“SCHISM is an engrossing page turner that skillfully deals with dark subject matter in a compelling, through-provoking manner…The writing is crisp and clear, and the novel’s details are well-researched, down to the names of local roads and landmarks and the types of technology used by the survivors.”
“This apocalyptic teen drama’s character interactions may draw readers in, but its vigorous story will keep them hooked.” – Kirkus Reviews

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When Andy's mother died in a car accident, her father quits his jobs and takes Andy to live on Bermuda, there Andy makes 2 friends.
Not knowing that the government released a nasty virus that would kill all adults, and kids fight to survive. Andy, Morgan and Charlie fight to survive, they fish and try to grow food. Then Morgan is attacked and the trio decides to get off Bermuda to America, a dangerous trip, but they make it and meet Ben and his cousin Jim and the five decide to go and look for a safe place, away from all the stealing and murdering gangs, if they make it, find out for yourselves! go buy the book.

It is a great nice read, a nice pace and you just can't guess what's on the next corner, love the characters, can't wait for the next book to come out

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