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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 7, 2012

    Very hard to put down

    Great depiction of a post apocalypse kind of california, complete with zombies and a strong female lead character who has control issues and an amazing will to survive. Cass Dollar is becoming one of my favorite female leads of all time. She's just messed up enough to feel real.

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  • Posted October 11, 2011

    California's/The World's Future?

    "Rebirth" by Sophie Littlefield:

    Fast forward-distant future. California is virtually a ghost town compared to today's state. It's a devastated, raw, dog-eat-dog situation and no one is safe. Beaters are everywhere and they only want one thing.food-the human kind.
    Dor is a complicated changing mix of silence, mystery, humanness, and power as well as the head of the survivalist community known as The Order who lives in a place dubbed The Box.
    Cass Dollar has beaten horrible odds to get her missing mute daughter, Ruthie back. Cass survived an attack by the Beaters and is now known as an Outlier. Ruthie's one too, but no one knows that. Now the Builders want Cass so they can do tests and research on her in order to find a vaccine for others who have been attacked.
    Her partner/lover, Smoke, Dor's right hand man, is as mysterious as Dor when it comes to what he must do to keep those in The Order from harm's way. While Smoke is on a journey of revenge, Dor must leave their protected community on his own personal voyage to find his daughter Sammi. Cass decides she's going with him to help. She could be a bartering tool since the big deal with all of the survivalists who are still alive, is trade.
    So now the questions form: will Dor and Cass find Sammi? Will they suddenly find themselves caring for each other despite their insistence they wouldn't? Will Smoke survive his trek? Can Cass' heart heal after all she's endured since her daughter was first kidnapped? Most importantly, what are the intentions of the Rebuilder's in keeping some people alive?
    This book was even more fascinating than I expected. This story is a great example of how anything can be accomplished when pure, unbridled determination is the deciding factor. Even when faced with insurmountable odds, anything can happen.

    Reviewed by Terri Ann Armstrong, author of 'Morning Menace" & "Medieval Menace"

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