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Surinamese teen bookblogr n' reviewr, who's writting aswell and loves 2 eat lol

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Dune
Frank Herbert
The Immortal Rules
Julie Kagawa
Diary of a Part-Time Ghost
Vered Ehsani
Living Promises
Amy Lane
Tangled Tides
Karen Amanda Hooper
The Fairy Gift
J.K. Pendragon
Invasion (A C.H.A.O.S. Novel)
Jon Lewis

Everything You Need to Survive the Apocalypse

Everything You Need to Survive the Apocalypse - Lucas Klauss My thoughts

Cover:I really like this one.The cover i mean. Its simplicity and eye catching appeal drew me in.I like collage like covers.It seems like warmth is spreading.

Book: It was in my galley grab and i looked it it up. A YA debut so I thought''cool i'm so reading this for my DAC of 2012'' which is hosted by Kristi @ the story siren

First I have to say I know writing is hard work "cough"cough"my writing sucks"cough so far. Practice means perfect.Second I do not bash authors and only share my feelings in a polite and mannerly fashion.

The title is misleading! It's not a dystopian or apocalyptic but rather a contemp. I've started to love contemp. But EYNTSTA[acronym for Everything...need..apocalypse] was rather disappointing for me. But he that's me, i read gr8 reviews on goodreads, amazon and blogs. People differ.

It has religious/christian undertones. No biggie for me at all. But it was boring and long. I finished it.^_^. The characters did nothing for me; meaning i did not get to know them like ''real people''. Was a tad preachy ; that was a bit iffy i have to say.

I did not like the characters in EYNTSTA except Rebecca, the romantic interest.Who was likable.

Philip our protagonist. I did not like him at all. He acted like a real like teenage dude, a real life jerk. He was annoying at times.

And his friends; Mat and Asher. Did not know why they were buddies.They scold and humiliate each other.My dude friends hit each other till their fists turn red.[hurts] but not that.

The writing was likable and this is told in 1st person narrative.