Mini Reviews: The Last One and Arrowood

What would happen if you were cast on a reality tv show, all about surviving on your own?

What if the world-as-you-know-it ended while you were in the wilderness trying to survive and you didn’t know that it happened?

These are the questions this interesting novel tries to answer. Would you think empty towns and abandoned vehicles were all an elaborate set-up to test your survival skills further? Or, would you believe everything and everyone you loved died while you were trying to survive?

I enjoyed this dystopian book. I felt it added a unique twist to the genre. I found it chilling as well, because it felt as though this very thing could happen in the not too distant future.

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Arden has come back to live in the home she lived in as a child. The same home where her twin baby sisters disappeared from. Sisters that were never found.

As she works to restore the old home, memories begin to surface. Were her sisters really kidnapped? Or, was something more sinister at play?

This book was one of those books that I couldn’t seem to put down. It was filled with very interesting twists and turns that kept me guessing until the very end.

I received this book for free from the Publishers in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the books or the content of my review.
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