Listening to it in the car and reading it on the couch - partly I need both channels in order to discern maximum meaning from the postapocaliptic patois, and partly because said patois is so damn poetic. I think the language was a barrier that I could figure out what was going on but it kept getting engrossed in the story at a distance. View 2 comments. Some die younger from it, but mostly, it takes years for them to die from the mysterious disease. From throwing the reader headfirst into the language, to occasionally having other characters point out things the main characters don't see, to never fully explaining motivations and if they can be trusted. Dec 10, Caroline rated it it was amazing Shelves: A word for the wary:
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March It's a great time to be a reader if you're into post-pandemic dystopian literature, isn't it?
The Country of Ice Cream Star
She's fifteen and she's idealistic. I can't in good conscience give the book any kind of rating as just couldn't get through it. Talk about YA cliches: Except when he is bad. And I have to confess I am a little bit in love with Pasha Roo.