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  • Posted March 2, 2014

    What I liked: the concept this story was based on was really in

    What I liked:

    the concept this story was based on was really interesting and it didn't disappoint, as I read ahead
    the cover-suited!
    all three races, if they can be called that, were as different as day and night but the most advanced ones-I forget what they're called- were the scariest!
    the author did research and it showed-I loved the part about telomerase and the chloroplasts, as well as the part about Ripening.
    the ending wasn't impractical-it was quite realistic
    I sort of threw a tantrum when one of the little girls was taken by the cannibals-I'm pretty sure we'll see her again, if there's going to be a sequel but still!

    What I didn't like:

    the whole people turning into cannibals part wasn't too well-thought. If plants will grow in one place, surely people will work to grow them elsewhere.

    If you want to read about photosynthesizing people, cannibals and an apocalyptic world, give this one a try-it doesn't disappoint!

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