But the Children Survived

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When a biological weapon is accidentally released, it devastates the population of North America, killing every human and beast, and leaves nine-year-old Mindy Lane alone with her Grammy's eighteen-year-old dog. Why did these two survive? Who made the weapon, and why was it released? The answer lies in the history of a mysterious purple plant found in the Brazilian rain forest. More

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Words: 149,630
Language: American English
ISBN: 9780985417000
About A.L. Jambor

Amy Jambor hails from the state of New Jersey, but has lived in Florida for almost fourteen years. She is a mother, a grandmother, a writer, and a wife. Married to the love of her life for thirty-seven years, she knows that true love exists and longs to share her dreams and fantasies with the world. Writing is something she has always loved and plans on doing for a long time to come. As Lenore Butler, she writes historical romance. As A.L. Jambor, she has authored books in science fiction, children's stories, and mystery. As Amy Jambor, she explores the realm of fantasy. She invites you to join her in a world of illusion and make believe where anything can happen, and true love is just around the corner.

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Review by: ACWinOH on Nov. 10, 2013 :
Great story. Likeable characters. Plausible, not overdone plot. I was drawn right into the story and saw only one cliche character leading to obvious scene. That's ok, the other 99% of the book was a fresh and often blindsided delivery. My only critique is that some of the backstories get a wee bit tedious. Story kept my interest to the last page, not fast paced drama, but a steady gotta know page turner for me - when I finally remembered I had bought it months ago!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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