I listened to the audiobook in approximately 10 hours over the course of 41 listening sessions, some of which were as short as 5 minutes, because, well, I don’t have to drive far to get to work.
Let’s just say there’s zombie chasing, and teeth-gnashing, and blood gushing from eyes, noses, and ears.
Oh, but there’s a twist at the end, and a clear lead into book two, “Immunity,” which appears to be coming out on July 2nd of this year. So, maybe don’t skip on to the next post just yet.
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Wishtree is a cute story for middle-grade readers. The main character of the story is Red, a large, old oak tree. Red has witnessed many things in her long life, both good and bad. In the story, an act of hate directed at a new member of the community initially generates an angry response, but ends up drawing the neighbors closer together.
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“Most trees are introverts at heart.” I can relate to that! Like a tree, I don’t always say what I want to say. I try to think things through carefully, and usually, I determine that silence is the best course of action. Now, usually, this is because I believe in the old saying, “If you don’t have anything nice to say, you shouldn’t say anything at all” (know what I mean?).
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Ruslan is the last man alive – in the entire galaxy. Thousands of years into the future, mankind has created a biological agent that seeks and destroys human life. While humanity has reached out to the stars and has settled on dozens of worlds, their manufactured plague is carried from world to world, destroying all of the human life it encounters. Except for Ruslan.
Click the title to read more… Continue reading Can you imagine living for several decades thinking that you are the last human in the galaxy?