The story starts with one solitary person coming to terms with being alone. We know little about her or what has happened. Initially I wondered if I could get into this book because what I love about post-apocalyptic/dystopian worlds is the interaction and character development BUT within pages, the main character develops, questioning, learning and planning.
What makes this very special for a free book is that it is so well constructed that the pages flow by, both because of the writing style (believable, developing characters & a story plot that keeps you guessing) and there being no typos, mis-uses of words or mistakes in grammar.
I loved this book enormously and wish I knew what would happen next, what Mother's past is & how it will impact on the future and how other significant characters will develop too.
(review of free book)