The End When World War Three breaks out seventeen year old Julia is on a school trip to Amsterdam while fourteen year old Marly is trapped in a prison for delinquent girls They both discover magical amulets

  • Title: The End
  • Author: Nora Olsen
  • ISBN: 9781610401166
  • Page: 347
  • Format: Paperback
  • When World War Three breaks out, seventeen year old Julia is on a school trip to Amsterdam, while fourteen year old Marly is trapped in a prison for delinquent girls They both discover magical amulets, and try their best to save themselves and those around them But it looks like their best will not be enough, as nuclear war threatens the survival of the human race.On herWhen World War Three breaks out, seventeen year old Julia is on a school trip to Amsterdam, while fourteen year old Marly is trapped in a prison for delinquent girls They both discover magical amulets, and try their best to save themselves and those around them But it looks like their best will not be enough, as nuclear war threatens the survival of the human race.On her journey home to New York, Julia is joined by three other queer teens and the mysterious and alluring Ginger lipstick lesbian Vikki and five thousand year old Skilly, who has an amulet that grants him eternal life When Julia and Marly meet, they are immediately attracted to each other But romance has to take a back seat as the five friends learn the true powers of the amulets Can they travel through time to save the world from total destruction

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    1. Five queer kids save the world after an apocalypse! With that premise, I expected to enjoy the book a lot more than I actually did. It’s largely a comedy, with the apocalypse caused by Muldoona, a Goddess lurking in her Fortress of Despair and eating peeled grapes. Humor is the most subjective of forms, and others might well find this book funnier than I did. I mostly found it totally unfunny. The first chapter introduces Skilly, a bisexual 5000-year-old caveman in a 17-year-old body, due to h [...]

    2. Review:Skilly is sailing, Ginger and Julia are on a school trip, Marly is in prison and Vikki is out of rehab for bulimia when nuclear war looms. Fate brings them together, these teenagers (aside from Skilly, who’s thousands of years old) who have amulets blessing them with various powers. Romances quickly form, but they have other problems- an ancient goddess is rather upset with her husband and is hellbent on destroying the earth. It’s really nice seeing books with LGBT characters in which [...]

    3. This was one of those books that once I started it I could barely put it down. I was immediately pulled into the story and concerned for all the characters. I'm not sure what it was that made me like all of them so quickly, but I did. The beginning nicely sets up a world at the very end of its rope. Nuclear war has begun at the urging of an irate god. Now, this whole bit of the plot is a little weak, but I'll ignore it because I loved the rest so much. What about the rest did I love? The relatio [...]

    4. I graciously won a free copy from first reads giveaway!This book is about a handful of adolescents who have to save the world from an evil god. This was a very easy read and finished the book within a couple of days. I would say that I think this book is for teen readers.Overall this book was good. I didn't like how the author wrapped up the book, but that's just because I like things nice and neat with a pretty bow on at the end.Would recommend to youth or anyone looking for an easy summer read [...]

    5. This was such a fantastic book. It was totally fun to read about queer kids. I could barely put it down! It starts out interesting with a Nuclear war. But a little bit of the plot was weak, but i still loved it. The most I loved was that the kid's friendship was so realistic. Each of the queer kid's story was so fantastic! I would highly recommend this book.

    6. I really wanted to like this book. A book with 5 lgbt main characters, and it was dystopian/fantasy/sci-fi to boot? It was like a dream come true. However, I could not get through it. The books writing style was not for me, and the way it handled some subjects was a little heavy handed. That being said, I'm still glad this book was written, because the basic idea behind it was wonderful.

    7. Was this bad or was this bad? Answer: this was real fucking bad. I don't even think I can explain why, except that no character was credible and/or relatable and the plotline (and how unrealistically people reacted) was ew.

    8. I liked it. It was weird and the ending was rushed. I could have done with another 100 pages after they went back. But overall it was nice reading a book with queer heroes.

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