FORTY-FIVE YEARS AFTER A ROGUE MOON SMASHED INTO OUR WORLD. . . THIRTY YEARS AFTER HUMANITY EMERGED FROM THE CAVES WHERE THEY TOOK REFUGE. . . ONE TEEN DISCOVERS THERE IS MORE TO THE STORY. . .
A FROZEN WORLD. . . where rule number one is to be inside the gates before they close at night - or die.
Eve watched the gates close—with her father on the outside—so that should be the easiest thing in the world for her to remember.
But life is not always simple.
Life does not always go as planned.
Now Eve is in a race against time, discovery, and danger around every corner—to find a truth that has been hidden. . . for years.
A truth Eve's father forfeit his life to protect her from.
Readers have compared Life After E.L.E. to The Day After Tomorrow, The Hunger Games and the Divergent series.
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This is a very intriguing dystopian novel.
This book is written in first person point of view. The main character is Eve and we really get to know her and how she thinks. Looking through her eyes we gain a very good understanding of a number of the other characters in this book. It is very easy to connect with Eve and her family in relationship to how they feel about her father’s death.
As we go through the story Eve and the other members of her hunting class encounter a number of different things that give us insight into how life is lived in the caves. We meet Jude as Eve becomes friends with him and some of the others in her class.
I did find that at times things seemed to be very repetitious. This was a distraction and made it a little more difficult for me personally to not lose interest.
I am very glad that I stuck with it because the ending definitely had my heart pounding. I will be looking forward to the next book in the series to see what happens next.
I received a free eBook copy of this wonderful story. I have chosen to write this review to express my personal opinion.
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