End of the Line

Rated 3.00/5 based on 1 review
When so much is lost how does one to have the strength to move on? At seventeen Lauren was prepared for yet another year of school. Then asteroids hit, killing all of those she knew except for a few other teens from her neighborhood. Joining forces with her classmate Aaron, they work together on the journey in the hopes of finding more people that are alive. More
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About Ottilie Weber

Ottilie Weber grew up in Wall, New Jersey, not far from the beach. She always has a book in her hands or nearby, despite her dyslexia. She graduated from The College of New Jersey, earning a degree in History Secondary Education then earned her special education certificate. She now has left New Jersey and teaches in Virginia. Ottilie has a passion for writing, where she is always ready to take on the next project. Her family and close friends are there to help her take on the bumps or potholes in the road.

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When so much is lost how does one to have the strength to move on? An unlikely group comes together when asteroids hit, killing all of those they knew. Together on the journey in the hopes of finding more people that are alive they learn a lot about themselves and of what people will do to survive. On the way, threats of starvation, illness, and freezing to death don’t compare to the unknown.

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Stormswift reviewed on Aug. 5, 2019

3 Stars for an entertaining action and adventure packed post-apocalyptic drama.

17 Year old Lauren and Aaron find themselves acting as parents to younger teens and kids when their families die during an asteroid shower. Admired the care and effort the teens showed in caring for the others.

Unfortunately both also behave like the immature teens they are: Lauren storming off into the woods (after a baffling argument); Aaron storming off (hormonal angst) in a town of folk gone crazy. These actions have devastating consequences.

This is the 1st time I've read a post-apocalyptic novel where:
1. I wanted to yell "You dimwits!!" at the main characters.
2. A teen picked up enough medical knowledge from TV shows to successfully treat a gun shot wound (character says "I can't believe I'm alive"- my reaction "Neither can I" with a disbelieving chuckle).
3. There's no food/supplies scavenging/storage or planning ahead of any kind by the main characters after they survive the asteroids- they just drift along.... (cue my surprise at their survival).

Book needs proofreading to correct the spelling; grammatical errors and missing words.
(reviewed 23 days after purchase)

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