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Epitaph Road
     

Epitaph Road

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by David Patneaude
 

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2097 is a transformed world. Thirty years earlier, a mysterious plague wiped out 97 percent of the male population, devastating every world system from governments to sports teams, and causing both universal and unimaginable grief. In the face of such massive despair, women were forced to take over control of the planet—and in doing so they eliminated all of

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Epitaph Road 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I had to read this book for my advanced English class last year in school. It was great. It provided so many intresting class convos, which were hard to get, out of my class. This, book made all the girls in the class talk out, which is also hard. The book is sexist, which really makes you think, what a world with only girls wpuld be like. Its adventurous and i finshed it wayy before i had too. The characters are solid and the book keeps you guessing whats going to happen next. I recomend this book, for its a twist on the Hunger Games and Divergent, which are also great books. This is a must read!
wordforteens More than 1 year ago
I love dystopian novels, and I had high hopes for Epitaph Road. The concept sounded fantastic - a world ruled by women? A secret the kids have to figure out? - and both covers were gorgeous. (Though I preferred the ARC.) Besides, Egmont hadn't handed me a bad book yet. And it's not that Epitaph Road was bad. I enjoyed reading it and seeing the concept unfold, and what had happened to the world. But I felt the plot line was awfully predictable. I called practically everything that would happen, and the things I didn't I had a suspicion of. I liked reading about Kellen and Tia and Sunday, but I never really connected to them. It was like listening to one of your friends tell you a story about one of their friends - you're listening, and you're interested, but you weren't really concerned with the actual person they were talking about. However, I thought the concept was excellent, and I wish we could have seen more of the world that was created. (And more of Mack the Knife!)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
O.M.G! This book is great its about I think 315 pages in paperback well Kellen overhears his mother and boss talking about Elisha's Bear starting again so he goes looking for his dad -because Elisha Bear only affects men - with his two friends Sunday and Tia (I think thats her name) but its a must read!
jozey More than 1 year ago
it was the most interssting ive ever read so far lots of action if this was a movie i would totally go see it
Debbie Trainer More than 1 year ago
This was a really good book. The ending was really suprizing and good.
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13-NEMO-13 More than 1 year ago
NOrmally i wouldn't read books like this one, which is more realalistic and future based, but this book changed my mind. full of saspense, and batrail, its hard to follow at times but for the most part it has a good story line. Theres unexpected surprises all throughout the book that add to the saspense and livens up the book. Overall i thouhgt this was a great book!!!!
USFGIRL More than 1 year ago
I was pleasantly surprised with this story. I read it in two sittings and throughly enjoyed the characters and storyline. I think the plot was well thought out and well worth the time to read it. I think it would be good for pre-teens to read so they can get a little perspective and to be thankful for their lives. I am not a pre-teen but I enjoyed it anyway!