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When a teenage girl thinks she may be the only person left alive in her town—maybe in the whole world—she must rely on hope, trust, and her own resilience. Paige Miller is determined to take her basketball team to the state championship, maybe even beyond. But as March Madness heats up, Paige falls deathly ill. Days later, she wakes up attached to an IV and learns that the When a teenage girl thinks she may be the only person left alive in her town—maybe in the whole world—she must rely on hope, trust, and her own resilience. Paige Miller is determined to take her basketball team to the state championship, maybe even beyond. But as March Madness heats up, Paige falls deathly ill. Days later, she wakes up attached to an IV and learns that the whole world has perished. Everyone she loves, and all of her dreams for the future—they’re gone. But Paige is a warrior, so she pushes through her fear and her grief. And as she gets through each day—scrounging for food, for shelter, for safety—Paige encounters a few more young survivors. Together, they might stand a chance. But as they struggle to endure their new reality, they learn that the apocalypse did not happen by accident. And that there are worse things than being alone.


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When a teenage girl thinks she may be the only person left alive in her town—maybe in the whole world—she must rely on hope, trust, and her own resilience. Paige Miller is determined to take her basketball team to the state championship, maybe even beyond. But as March Madness heats up, Paige falls deathly ill. Days later, she wakes up attached to an IV and learns that the When a teenage girl thinks she may be the only person left alive in her town—maybe in the whole world—she must rely on hope, trust, and her own resilience. Paige Miller is determined to take her basketball team to the state championship, maybe even beyond. But as March Madness heats up, Paige falls deathly ill. Days later, she wakes up attached to an IV and learns that the whole world has perished. Everyone she loves, and all of her dreams for the future—they’re gone. But Paige is a warrior, so she pushes through her fear and her grief. And as she gets through each day—scrounging for food, for shelter, for safety—Paige encounters a few more young survivors. Together, they might stand a chance. But as they struggle to endure their new reality, they learn that the apocalypse did not happen by accident. And that there are worse things than being alone.

30 review for Any Sign of Life

  1. 4 out of 5

    Chelsea Humphrey

    "When peace like a river attendeth my way, When sorrows like sea billows roll, Whatever my lot thou hast taught me to say, It is well, it is well with my soul." -Horatio Spafford, It Is Well with My Soul Well wasn't this a pleasant little surprise of post apocalyptic fiction! Reader, please be aware that this book does hinge on a worldwide pandemic, and while it is Covid-19 this time, the aforementioned is briefly discussed in passing. I'm wholly aware that it's too early for many to be reading this "When peace like a river attendeth my way, When sorrows like sea billows roll, Whatever my lot thou hast taught me to say, It is well, it is well with my soul." -Horatio Spafford, It Is Well with My Soul Well wasn't this a pleasant little surprise of post apocalyptic fiction! Reader, please be aware that this book does hinge on a worldwide pandemic, and while it is Covid-19 this time, the aforementioned is briefly discussed in passing. I'm wholly aware that it's too early for many to be reading this type of story, and I'm shocked I was able to engage with it so well, but I'll chalk it up to some gripping writing from Rae Carson. What begins as a flu epidemic turns into a mass extinction of humans in less than one week's time. Paige wakes up disoriented, thinking she is late for basketball practice, and discovers in the most gruesome way possible that she is the only person left alive in her town. After rescuing her elderly neighbor's dog (the dog lives, hooray!), Paige and Emmaline embark on a journey to find others who may also be alive. Along the way, a group of survivors form and we discover just how this virus was released and what happens next. There are other reviews here that give a little more information into what's going on, but I chose to go into this book without reading any of them and was pleased to have the bare bones experience and discover things as I read them. I highly recommend you do the same, if you like the mystery aspect of books. My only caveats were some awkward discussions around race that felt forced and included as a checklist item, and also the fact that this could have been a standalone, but has clearly been set up for the option of a sequel. Lots of questions still needed to be answered! Aside from those issues, this was a well-written, grief oriented story that I'm glad I read. "Did everyone just lie down and die? Was everyone so accepting of their fate? I can't imagine it. If I knew the end was inevitable, I would want to live, raging and wild and free, until my very last moment. But I would also want to be with the people I loved. Maybe that's the trade-off. Maybe dying gently means soaking up every last bit of love." *Many thanks to the publisher for providing my review copy.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Booktastically Amazing

    ~Special thanks to Netgalley and Greenwillow Books for the ARC in exchange for an honest review!~ Someone, somewhere, is probably getting fired over how crappy they've been controlling my decision-making panel of bad choices (yes, there is only one kind of panel). Why? Maybe, perhaps, most likely, because I've been meaning to write this review since the 1800s and still, I have not come across the 'want' to actually do so. Rating: 💀💀💀💀 4.0 Yes, that was a semi apology from me to me. I needed it. Pf ~Special thanks to Netgalley and Greenwillow Books for the ARC in exchange for an honest review!~ Someone, somewhere, is probably getting fired over how crappy they've been controlling my decision-making panel of bad choices (yes, there is only one kind of panel). Why? Maybe, perhaps, most likely, because I've been meaning to write this review since the 1800s and still, I have not come across the 'want' to actually do so. Rating: 💀💀💀💀 4.0 Yes, that was a semi apology from me to me. I needed it. Pfft. (If you're wondering which you probably aren't. I forced myself to write this. Oh, the joys of not writing a review after finishing a book) Okay, okay, it's not because I didn't find the book 'good' or 'great'. It's that upon further investigation, the strong feelings that this produced, were severely and utterly based on the fact that I adored one of the author's other series (I bet it's serieses, dang it) and basically, had a blindfold on, obscuring any sense of wrong-ship and all of the things I would disagree on, if I had my sight uncovered. (gosh, I really exceeded every vocabulary word I had in my arsenal, dang) So, this is my new rendition of an attempt at actually seeming like I'm doing this because I want to. Because I do. Yep. (there was a review before this one, that I hadn't published and it sounded something like this) I loved this, I loved the characters. Everything. Love, love, looooveeeee. LoVE iTTTTTTTTT. LuuuRRRRvvEEEE. (so maybe this is a better employment of my time than watching TikToks I find hilarious, even though they actually aren't) I would've adored the plot if it had stayed in its original course. Something that resembles what was currently sent from Hades to infect humanity. Sound familiar? Yeah, I don't recognize it either. I found it maybe a little unnecessary and frankly, even though I enjoyed the crap out of the last plot... drama, I would've adored it to bits if it had stayed virus like. Still, I can't deny the absolute appeal of what further happened, because let's be honest, I was plenty addicted to trash on it. Trash on it? That doesn't even make sense- Okay, forget that phrase, I'm trying to seem smarter than I am, and I'm obviously failing. Can you tell I'm slowly unraveling? Nahhh. I enjoyed the fast pace of the story, I found some details wonderful, whilst others were just the tiniest bit cumbersome. (cuuuu-cumber. Bahahahaha, cumbercumber. I need to stop). I liked the fact that it didn't drag, yet sometimes, noticed the really REALLY jumped over moments. Like, grief, for example. Right! The thing I disliked. What was the thing I disliked... GRIEF! (emphasis makes the dramatics work, I guess) Everyone moved on too darn quickly. I'm sorry, but okay. Everyone has different ways to handle loss, pain, and suffering. However, if my whole family were to die, I would literally be in a comatose-heartbroken state. Make sense? I wouldn't be thinking quite as clearly as I would love to say and maybe, just maybe, I would sob my soul out every time I moved and remembered that my family wasn't there. I clearly am talking about my bookshelf, of course. How a virus would affect it, I have no idea. I think the characters were amazingly strong, which I'll forever fangirl over, but come on. A little more emotion would convince me the robot era didn't infiltrate their brains. That's all I asked for. The writing was gorgeous, and I appreciated it to heaven and back, because if I were to visit Heaven. I would, sadly, be back. (yo, every time I try to seem like I know what I'm doing, it backfires on me) I enjoyed every detail said and the familiarity of the words and phrases. Something like coming to terms with a long-lost memory of a previous book from the same author. Beautiful and a warm, perhaps a burning hug from your subconscious. I still have the red-hot tracks surrounding my heart, by the way. I slurped on every paragraph, though I got a little annoyed to continue when my mental space was too... bored's not the word I'm looking for. Info-dumped. Yes, there we go, Booksy! Using your words. Nice. (I can honestly tell you that I attack myself more than I love myself and perhaps that's an indicator of how coo coo I may be going. Pfff, too much. Too much) I would give the writing a 6 or 7 out of ten. Good, maybe more than good. Not exceeding Donut-Like level though. Simple, yet entertaining. Now, unto the characters. Beings that have viciously attacked me in terms of when the heck I would write about them and how I would do it. Because every day, I feel like my vocabulary keeps shortening. And I don't like the feel of it. The MC was one of the strongest, smartest, not-going-to-kill-me-because-of-how-stupid-their-decisions-are- beings I've ever read about and that ignited this feeling of pure love for her that was used against me in the following chapters as my amazement slowly melted off to a sort of 'okay, this is good enough to finish, maybe good enough to binge, but good enough to love? Not exactly'. Her thought process wowed me when placed in the situation of your whole entire family being dead. Again, why was she so calm? Nevermind- I need to see the positivity in lifeth. I adored how she didn't let anything stop her, how amazing at remaining sane she appeared to be. And frankly, she was one of the best female characters I've ever read about- albeit I would've wished that her personality would've been explored further, apart from how she used to play basketball and that she was apparently humongous (compared to me, everyone is the size of skyscrapers). So yeah, the teeniest bit away from IWOULDIEFORYOUANDIWOULDKILLFORYOU territory, that I so crave to hold close to my soul. Then we have the background characters. See, that's all they were. I could've found them on almost every rom com out there, and I still somewhat enjoyed the predictability included within their personas. We have the goth with daddy-family-people issues who wants everyone to die. Or doesn't care enough to mourn their deaths. Then we can appreciate the beauty of the jock turned semi idiot guy with shining hair and a smart complex. The beautiful Latino man that stole the smallest part of me because I so felt represented. And then the love interest. There. That's basically it. I didn't really feel for anyone, I was like 'oh. how sad. aw' every single time they shared stories and I know that I could've tried harder. But like, is that my job? I wanted to love them so deeply, their connected tides would rush through me and pull me into the waves for a warm embrace. I craved to be swept apart by microorganisms chasing a wholly carving of my existence. I did not cry for their pain. I did not feel for their heartache. It just was. My heart was beating really quickly in some parts. Other parts it felt slow enough to burn me alive. So yeah, a decade later, and I'm trying to make up for the half that I completely forgot because why not do what needs to be done now, later on? It will still be accomplished. *make education smart again* All that was to explain that I was let down. Dear author, you who holds a single cell of my being. If this turns out to be a series, maybe make the characters feel like characters? That's all I can really say. That, and leave the pandemic/other theme still attacking the world (fictional) please. No conflict gets resolved in 300 pages. I think. On a closing note, this review has been killing me for a while now. Netgalley keeps kindly reminding me of my imminent demise if I do not complete my duty as a dutiful book fangirler (see noun in the Book of Great Bookish Terms in the following 67 years). The plot was vivid and close enough to actually come through as something more than mildly satisfying. The characters needed the slightest bit of more depth, romance was rushed through and basically out of nowhere, but the pace was really pleasant. See? I can be nice. Now, if an alien comes knocking on my door, it better be because the end of the world is coming, I need food- Netgalley, we did it! I. I did it. You just threatened me with the weekly newsletters. Well, me with the help of powerful substance- Doritos. ....................... Hours after finishing this, I realized one very important detail. This doesn't mention that it has a sequel. AHHHHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAH YOU'VE FINALLY DONE IT I WILL CRACK SOMEONE'S SKULL AHAHAHAHAHHA Is. There. A. Second. Book? ............................ Mother of flying chickens, this was so good. ............................. S C R E A M I N G Hi yes, I'm totally fine.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Celia McMahon

    Big thanks to Edelweiss for the e-arc This book checks all the boxes for me: 1. alien invasion 2. humans wiped off the face of the earth 3. normal people trying to survive 4. a cute ass dog Star basketball player, Paige Miller wakes up after becoming deathly to find her family dead and the world as she knew it, gone. She trudges on, finding food, shelter, and eventually a neighbors dog and a boy named Trey. Together they figure out a way to live amongst the strange aliens hunting them at every turn. T Big thanks to Edelweiss for the e-arc This book checks all the boxes for me: 1. alien invasion 2. humans wiped off the face of the earth 3. normal people trying to survive 4. a cute ass dog Star basketball player, Paige Miller wakes up after becoming deathly to find her family dead and the world as she knew it, gone. She trudges on, finding food, shelter, and eventually a neighbors dog and a boy named Trey. Together they figure out a way to live amongst the strange aliens hunting them at every turn. There's no way to tell you more without giving away all the twists and turns so I'll just shut up there and dive into what I loved. The characters: each unique with their own voices. I could easily differentiate them and predict what their reactions would be based on who they are as people. Paige is a fierce and intelligent warrior-woman with a GO TO attitude any business exec would praise at their board meetings. When I say fierce, I mean she presses on despite her grief and her fear and I adore that in book characters. The plot is something I am total trash for. Girl wakes up to find the world has ended and finds a way to survive despite thinking she's all alone. I ALWAYS put myself in the person's shoes and I'm always like, man, I would raid so many houses for all their books and dogs and live in a commune of nothing but pooches and good reads. I'm like that guy in that old Twilight Zone episode who doesn't really care that he's all alone after the world has ended because he has books to get him through. I'm pretty sure there's something wrong with me, but let's push on. Things I disliked: The alien part of the book didn't grab me as much as I hoped. I'm still a bit confused about what the drones were compared to the other things, but I don't want to give too much away. The virus aspect made sense, but I really wanted to know more about it. But maybe we'll get some answers in book two (please be a book two), But honestly, I'm more about the survival of the people left behind instead of the why everyone died because sometimes when you get an explanation it can feel convoluted or bog down the story. A little passage explaining SOMETHING would have been nice. The lack of emotion when emotion was gravely needed to empathize with the characters. I feel like they moved on way too quickly from traumatic situations. Even Paige's reaction to seeing what happened to her family felt a little cold-hearted. I get that she needed to act quickly, but just a moment of quiet grief would have sufficed. Anywho, none of that really irked me enough to change my rating. I still loved reading this book.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Ally (AllyEmReads)

    Eh? It was okay, though not usually what I gravitate towards. There wasn't a whole lot of explanation about the aliens, which okay I guess makes sense since the characters didn't know much, but I still like a little more solid world-building in my sci-fi, typically. Also, a lot of the descriptions grossed me out and that's not really a feeling I like to have when reading, so. Eh? It was okay, though not usually what I gravitate towards. There wasn't a whole lot of explanation about the aliens, which okay I guess makes sense since the characters didn't know much, but I still like a little more solid world-building in my sci-fi, typically. Also, a lot of the descriptions grossed me out and that's not really a feeling I like to have when reading, so.

  5. 4 out of 5

    laurel [the suspected bibliophile]

    Very similar in vibes to The Last 8, but I enjoyed this one a whole lot more. Better chemistry between characters, better characterization of characters who felt real, higher tension, and believable abilities and coping methods. I devoured this all in one go, and now I don't want to venture outside at night with the sky all lit up weird (light pollution, but still). Full RTC. I received this ARC from NetGalley for an honest review Very similar in vibes to The Last 8, but I enjoyed this one a whole lot more. Better chemistry between characters, better characterization of characters who felt real, higher tension, and believable abilities and coping methods. I devoured this all in one go, and now I don't want to venture outside at night with the sky all lit up weird (light pollution, but still). Full RTC. I received this ARC from NetGalley for an honest review

  6. 5 out of 5

    Misha (Heartsfullofreads)

    Paige wakes up and discovers she is the only person left alive in her vicinity. Her drive for the first one-hundred or so pages to find other life sucked me right in. I was not bored at all as she roamed Ohio in search of food and other Human comforts. I instantly loved the Humans she met. Trey was incredibly smart and giving. The others they met along the way just added to their happy little family so much. I applaud the author for addressing both privilege and racism even with dealing with the Paige wakes up and discovers she is the only person left alive in her vicinity. Her drive for the first one-hundred or so pages to find other life sucked me right in. I was not bored at all as she roamed Ohio in search of food and other Human comforts. I instantly loved the Humans she met. Trey was incredibly smart and giving. The others they met along the way just added to their happy little family so much. I applaud the author for addressing both privilege and racism even with dealing with the end of the world. I don't care for loose endings, so I wasn't completely satisfied closing this book. However, I read this book in mostly one day. Thank you to GreenWillow books for sending me a free copy in exhange for my honest review!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Wolf

    Any Sign of Life opens to a scenario that hits a little too close to home in 2021, when we still can’t say that the coronavirus pandemic is behind us. In this YA sci-fi novel, our current pandemic is a memory from the past for the characters. As the book begins, we meet main character Paige Miller as she awakens from a coma to confront a world wholly different from the one she thought she knew. Paige wakes up to discover an IV in her arm and her family’s dead bodies in her house. As she ventures Any Sign of Life opens to a scenario that hits a little too close to home in 2021, when we still can’t say that the coronavirus pandemic is behind us. In this YA sci-fi novel, our current pandemic is a memory from the past for the characters. As the book begins, we meet main character Paige Miller as she awakens from a coma to confront a world wholly different from the one she thought she knew. Paige wakes up to discover an IV in her arm and her family’s dead bodies in her house. As she ventures out away from the horror, she encounters nothing but more horror. Every home in her neighborhood contains dead people — she appears to be the only one left alive. After liberating a neighbor’s dog from their locked house, Paige and Emmaline set out to scrounge for supplies and figure out if anyone else has survived. What seems from the beginning to be a story about a horrific virus that’s wiped out nearly all of humanity takes a turn as Paige starts to realize that this virus couldn’t have been naturally occuring. As far as she can tell, it killed people worldwide in only a week, and that just doesn’t make sense. When Paige meets Trey, another teen survivor, they start to put the pieces together, and realize that humankind didn’t just die out — it was exterminated. Figuring out how this happened, and desperately fighting for a slim chance at survival, Paige and Trey’s journey leads them to a handful of other survivors and a small chance at making a difference in what seems to be a losing battle to hang onto a world that might still be fit for human life. Any Sign of Life is both a story of the end of the world as we know it and a tale of a fight for survival. There are exciting action sequences as well as plenty of strategizing about how to survive — and whether there’s a reason to survive. The author gives the characters individuality and personality, as well as giving them each a backstory and inner depth. Paige, as the POV character, is strong-willed and capable, but also carries the pain of her lost family with her always. Trey is also a great character, and all of the characters we meet are mourning someone they loved. While the action sequence toward the end of the book is a little confusing, it’s still gripping to read, and I couldn’t help holding my breath while rooting for the good guys to succeed. The book ends on a positive note, but the future still looks grim — and I couldn’t help wondering whether a sequel will be coming along at some point. The ending works, but there’s plenty of room for more of the story to be told. Any Sign of Life is an engaging read, once I got past the fact that what I thought would be a story about surviving a worldwide plague ended up being about a different sort of threat completely. Not giving too much away, the revelations about the cause of the virus and what the future might hold didn’t wow me, because I feel like I’ve read plenty of stories along these lines already, Still, I liked the characters and the particular episodes involved in their survival, and have no problem recommending this book to anyone who enjoys post-apocalyptic YA fiction. Review copy courtesy of the publisher via NetGalley. Full review at Bookshelf Fantasies.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Shannon (It Starts At Midnight)

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight So I loved this book. Because of course I did, it's the end of the world, for goodness sake! And the opening of the story is wild. We jump right in as Paige finds herself sick and emaciated, with nothing but an IV bag keeping her alive. Everyone in her house, everyone in her world is dead, and she hasn't a clue what is happening because she's been unconscious for the apocalypse thus far. You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight So I loved this book. Because of course I did, it's the end of the world, for goodness sake! And the opening of the story is wild. We jump right in as Paige finds herself sick and emaciated, with nothing but an IV bag keeping her alive. Everyone in her house, everyone in her world is dead, and she hasn't a clue what is happening because she's been unconscious for the apocalypse thus far. I think what I loved the most about this book is that it does such a great job of portraying the way people would feel at the end of the world. Like sure, Paige is running for her life, trying to not get zapped by aliens (who are a little salty about the few people that escaped their deadly disease). But it's more than that. It's trying to navigate the guilt of living when almost no one else did. It's trying to figure out what makes her new life worth living, when all the things she'd had are gone. Her family, basketball, the promise of college and beyond, her friends... wiped out. Luckily, she finds a few fellow survivors along the way, namely Trey and Tanq, the former of whom I absolutely loved, and the latter who generally was untrustworthy of humans (for good reason) and I also adored. They have to then set out to find others, with a promise from a radio broadcast their only lead. I loved that Paige takes humanity in general so seriously. Every deceased person whose supplies or wisdom help her along the way, she acknowledges. When she can, she takes their identification as a way to remember them. She retains her humanity, even when it would be easier not to. And she finds new family in her friends, while never forgetting those who came before. There are lighthearted moments too, which is crucial in a book like this. Otherwise, it would have been perhaps too dark. There is a lot of action, but not overwhelmingly so, and I thought the pacing was done quite well. A great balance of character and world development and excitement. I will say, I really feel like the ending sets up a sequel, and I will probably cry if there is not one, just saying. Bottom Line: I fell in love with this book and its characters. Just the "end of days" fare I was looking for, frankly.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Roomies' Digest

    5 stars baby!! What a knock-out! This apocalyptic YA is everything I could have wanted and more!! I truly had zero expectations other than my one bias that I love Zombieland (the movie), so I thought I would love this book.... boy was I right. WAS I FREAKING RIGHT!! buzzwords and pop-culture reminders: -Zombieland, The Walking Dead, The Fifth Wave (these are vibes, not necessarily what is causing the apocalypse in this book) - survivalist, last one standing I had such a good time with this from start 5 stars baby!! What a knock-out! This apocalyptic YA is everything I could have wanted and more!! I truly had zero expectations other than my one bias that I love Zombieland (the movie), so I thought I would love this book.... boy was I right. WAS I FREAKING RIGHT!! buzzwords and pop-culture reminders: -Zombieland, The Walking Dead, The Fifth Wave (these are vibes, not necessarily what is causing the apocalypse in this book) - survivalist, last one standing I had such a good time with this from start to finish. Everything about it from the characters (loved the tall girl rep- like over 6 ft. tall), to the original plot, the ROMANCE!! UGH I SQUEALED. Also there is a pet companion that of course I loved and stressed over throughout (cat mom over here). Our MC is smart, talented, and so freaking relatable. Even the one character we hate... we end up loving in the end. I cannot wait to continue this series! As soon as this book comes out, it's an auto-buy for me. Really enjoyed it, and highly recommend if you're into apocalypse books, but not super far from the current world we live in today. xx -Christine

  10. 5 out of 5

    nik

    “I wanted to do something important like that. Something that would change the world for everyone who came after me.” (Arc received from NetGalley) Paige Miller wakes up one day, tangled in urine-soaked sheets and hooked up to an IV in her bedroom to find a world completely unlike how she left it. It’s been days since she was last awake and not a person is in sight. Throughout the course of the book she tries to defeat the odds, finding friends along the way and discovering the secrets of what “I wanted to do something important like that. Something that would change the world for everyone who came after me.” (Arc received from NetGalley) Paige Miller wakes up one day, tangled in urine-soaked sheets and hooked up to an IV in her bedroom to find a world completely unlike how she left it. It’s been days since she was last awake and not a person is in sight. Throughout the course of the book she tries to defeat the odds, finding friends along the way and discovering the secrets of what really led to a mass extermination of the human population. I liked the concept of this book, I really did (I mean a virus taking out the population with only a few survivors??? Sign me up! It was giving The Walking Dead x Bird Box, but sci-fi), but there were things that fell short for me on multiple different topics. For one, I felt as though the characters were a little distant. I enjoyed Paige’s character on a sort of Mary Sue basis. She was there as the main character but didn’t really seem to have any concrete defining personality traits besides athleticism. Most of the rest of the characters felt very distant and their personalities quite shallow or weirdly written. Case in point Tanq: I wanted to like her I really really did. I enjoyed her blunt way of talking and her sort of brash sense of humor, but the way she was written seemed kind of like a scared existential puppy the whole time. I feel as though if the book was a little bit longer, we would have been able to flesh out the personality of the characters and feel a little more attached to them. The book also felt extremely rushed in the beginning. There were issues with the social commentary that Rae Carson was trying to make throughout the book. I understand wanting to emphasize race struggles as well as class differences and other issues, but I think they were portrayed in a way that wasn’t at all good. As a black person, seeing some of the commentary on race that was made in the book struck me the wrong way, but in an effort not to spoil, I go into more detail on this in my blog post. This was the big reason that the rating dropped down to a 2ish as opposed to a nice 3. I did really like the found family aspect of the book. Especially because most characters had family issues, so having a found family they could lean on made my heart warm. I think the different personalities really added to the charm that this book had because the characters are so extremely different in many ways. I enjoyed that a lot, because sometimes when reading books you can see people that have the same values and drives, which absolutely doesn’t happen in this book (In fact, there was tension due to people not having the same drives and moral ideology). I also enjoyed the descriptions of the scenery that were provided because it really helped paint the picture in my head. The descriptions of the dead and decomposing bodies were very appreciated, I love me some slight body horror. TLDR; I enjoyed the concept and idea of the book but feel as though the characters were kind of weakly written, and some of the race struggles and social commentary struck me the wrong way. RATING: 2.25/5 STARS If you would like to see my full thoughts on this book you can head over to my blog post where I go in depth about all my likes and dislikes about the book!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Hilly ♡

    A survival sci-fi story for fans of Wilder Girls with a dog on the cover—SIGN ME THE F UP

  12. 5 out of 5

    Dayla

    I thought that while this wasn't a wholly original concept, it was a lot of fun and creeped me out in various parts. Also, the darkness of this surprised me--especially when the author started describing the dead bodies. I do wish we had gotten more than just the MC's perspective. I think it would have given some dimension to the story because it sort of felt limited. I also think this book could benefit from a sequel. I'd recommend this for fans of The 5th Wave and spooky books where the MC is I thought that while this wasn't a wholly original concept, it was a lot of fun and creeped me out in various parts. Also, the darkness of this surprised me--especially when the author started describing the dead bodies. I do wish we had gotten more than just the MC's perspective. I think it would have given some dimension to the story because it sort of felt limited. I also think this book could benefit from a sequel. I'd recommend this for fans of The 5th Wave and spooky books where the MC is left in a world full of dead and rotting bodies. Happy reading!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Vee_Bookish

    this is the plot beginning of 28 days later, which was already nicked by the walking dead

  14. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    Many thanks to EdelweissPlus and the publisher for providing me with a DRC of this title for review. All opinions are my own. Full disclosure: I wavered between 3 and 4 stars for this. My personal thoughts: it's probably a 3 star. How do I think my students will feel about it? 4 stars. So, I went with that. For those who know Carson's work from her The Girl of Fire and Thorns series will be a bit confused by this. In this somewhat near-future sci-fi/dystopian adventure, there isn't any fantasy. I Many thanks to EdelweissPlus and the publisher for providing me with a DRC of this title for review. All opinions are my own. Full disclosure: I wavered between 3 and 4 stars for this. My personal thoughts: it's probably a 3 star. How do I think my students will feel about it? 4 stars. So, I went with that. For those who know Carson's work from her The Girl of Fire and Thorns series will be a bit confused by this. In this somewhat near-future sci-fi/dystopian adventure, there isn't any fantasy. If anything, some of it feels a bit too real-there are references to coronavirus, a video game series called "Plague Inc" and how politics and science were at odds. And it was this that was somewhat of the downfall. There were times where the dialogue felt a bit stilted and forced, and some of the plot points were a bit too predictable. And, of course, this is the first in a series-or, at least that is how it is written. I'd bet good money that this is a trilogy in the making. You know what that means. This one ended on a cliffhanger of sorts. With all that being said, this is a solid premise and for readers who enjoy apocalyptic fiction and science fiction, this will probably be a winner. Paige wakes up and realizes everyone around her has died. When she went to bed, she figured she was coming down with the flu that had been going through school. Now, as she finds the bodies of her family and her neighbors, and realizes that the world has drastically changed, she knows it was something more. Something that put her in a coma for 6 days. Something that could be the end of the world. As she tries to find a way to survive, and look for other survivors, she realizes that even if everyone else is dead, she might not actually be alone. Because the sickness that took out most of humanity is out of this world. Recommended for larger collections serving readers in grades 7-12.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Christy

    Pandemic apocalypse in a pandemic (apocalypse?)? Yes. This book does have an unexpected twist in it. I was spoiled so don’t read other reviews!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Sam

    Book: For fans of Wilder Girls- Me: please just take my money

  17. 4 out of 5

    Pam

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The dog lives!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Starr ❇✌❇

    I received an ARC from Edelweiss TW: detailed descriptions of corpses, plague, dog attack, mentioned suicides, gun violence, mentioned substance abuse, mentioned parental abuse, mass death (human & animal), casual racism 3.8 When Paige goes home with the flu, she doesn't expect to wake up a full 6 days later, and she certainly doesn't expect to find her family dead. As she attempts to explore her the new world she's a pat of, things only look worse and stranger. Breaking into houses with a resc I received an ARC from Edelweiss TW: detailed descriptions of corpses, plague, dog attack, mentioned suicides, gun violence, mentioned substance abuse, mentioned parental abuse, mass death (human & animal), casual racism 3.8 When Paige goes home with the flu, she doesn't expect to wake up a full 6 days later, and she certainly doesn't expect to find her family dead. As she attempts to explore her the new world she's a pat of, things only look worse and stranger. Breaking into houses with a rescued, and thankfully well trained, dog looks like it might be the rest of her life- until she finds another survivor. For the most part, is a great post apocalyptic alien story! It is very creepy, very descriptive, and very human. The tension is well written and the way that that tension is played with and the scenes Paige explores in the beginning are described almost has the story bordering on horror. There is a lot of dread and danger that is palpable, and it's so easy to put yourself into a still unthinkable situation. The aliens definitely work with both those things, and add to them as well. The uncanny valley feeling that comes with the descriptions of the aliens is genuinely freaky and leads to so many questions. The complete uncertainty of how they operate, what they're there for, and what they're capable of really keeps you on your toes. For an end of the world story, it also operates as a fairly small one-character based, one track storyline, less focused on adventure than survival. And that worked really well for me. The high stakes but almost down to earth despite the context of the story feeling to this book made it much easy to get invested and to connect to the characters. I also just need to say how glad I am that the main character both actually rescues that dog, and that Carson was not cruel enough to hurt that dog because I would have rioted. I did like the characters in general- I liked Tanq a lot more than I expected, in particular, and loved that we were able to get some asexual rep via her. However, there are a lot of moments where Carson was clearly trying to give them more depth and make them more sympathetic, and more often than not it just came off as forced. The deliveries felt either inorganic for the characters or completely random in the situation. The reminders that these characters are people were not really needed- because they should be proving that by just existing well on the page-, and I think it would have worked better with less. I had already been appreciating Paige's flaws and the moments of realism, like Paige dealing with her period starting during the apocalypse, and bringing the rest of it in didn't fit right. Going back to my comment about the beginning of this book nearing "horror", I can't say anything like that for the middle or end of this book. Even as things technically amp up, I felt like the tension dropped once all three main characters meet. There's more focus on that humanization and on how they interact with each other than there is the danger. Perhaps because of this I was incredibly unsatisfied with the ending. I also have to mention that this book is very similar to The Last 8, which I actually read directly after this one (so it was that much more apparent when I did). I liked both books, and they do have very different feeling worlds and characters, but the amount of plot points that they share in common is a little weird. This was an interesting take on the alien, post apocalyptic story, with a grounded feeling mixed with high stakes.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Debby Guerra

    Paige Miller heads to bed not feeling well and wakes up days later hooked up to an IV. She soon discovers that everyone and everything she knows and loves is dead. As a basketball star, Paige will do anything but quit. She soon finds other young survivors and they set off to have their questions answered. Things become increasingly difficult as unearthly creatures are seeking them out to destroy them. They soon discover that this apocalypse was not an accident. Everyone can relate to this novel Paige Miller heads to bed not feeling well and wakes up days later hooked up to an IV. She soon discovers that everyone and everything she knows and loves is dead. As a basketball star, Paige will do anything but quit. She soon finds other young survivors and they set off to have their questions answered. Things become increasingly difficult as unearthly creatures are seeking them out to destroy them. They soon discover that this apocalypse was not an accident. Everyone can relate to this novel since we are all living through a pandemic. Luckily, our pandemic was not caused by aliens like in Paige’s world. Like Pagie’s world though, we both had government mandates and requirements. The characters in the novel seem accustomed to wearing masks from the Covid pandemic that happened in their past. I thought it was creative that Carson would write about a pandemic while we are in a pandemic. It is possible she did this to make the novel more relatable or shed a light on our current situation. As they say, it could always be worse, and Carson shows readers this. It was interesting how the author used Ohio and the midwest as her setting for the novel. Readers who live in and are familiar with this area will be able to relate and connect to this aspect. While Any Sign of Life takes place in an apocalyptic future world, a lot of today’s current events were addressed in the writing. Of course, a major issue that is seen in this book is a pandemic. Unlike our current pandemic, the one in the book hits suddenly and kills everyone quickly. The characters in the books seem to be accustomed to wearing a mask like we are. Racism is another issue that Cameron brings up in the book. One of the main characters, Trey, is black. Even during the pandemic, where there are only a few survivors, he faces racism. The character diversity continues with Manny, a Puerto RIcan man who serves as a leader in the book. The other characters are white, but the personalities and abilities are all very different. One character suffers from asthma and this brings in another level of diversity in regards to people with disabilities. Each character also is of a different socio-economic status. Carson brings in the topic of diversity in multiple ways through the various characters in the novel. This book was greatly entertaining. I was kept captivated by Paige’s struggle and journey. Some parts I felt actually scared and kept in suspense of what will happen next. Carson does an excellent job describing the terrifying alien creatures and their abilities. I am not usually one to go for science fiction novels and aliens are usually not my topic of choice. However, this book kept my attention the whole time as I found myself wanting to know more about these aliens and how they could be stopped. Mostly, I found the main character to be relatable. Every girl can relate to the feelings that Paige has. Examples of this are seen in her not being able to wash her greasy hair or not have feminie products for her period. Overall I was impressed by Any Sign of Life. I am surprised I enjoyed this science fiction novel as much as I did. This is one of the first apocalyptic stories I have read. Usually if I am reading science fiction, I will go for the dystopian stories, like the Hunger Games or Divergent. These books are both part of a series and I can see this book becoming a series as well. Readers who enjoyed those series may enjoy this book as well. The romance in the book however, was predictable and a bit cheesy. I understand why the author included it though because this is a topic that is popular among young adult novels. This book is recommended for grades 9-12. Some parts of the book can be considered intense for younger audiences. There are a lot of mentions and descriptions of dead bodies. Those who are squeamish may not enjoy this or find this entertaining. I thought it would be interesting to review a book that not many people may have reviewed yet, so I chose this novel. Any Sign of Life was recently published in October 2021. Since it was so recently published, it has not won any major awards or is on any lists yet. There are a mix of reviews for the book on GoodReads and it has an average rating of 4 stars. The author has published a number of books that are mostly fantasy. This is one of her few science fiction novels.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Karissa

    Series Info/Source: This is a stand alone novel. I got a copy of this book through NetGalley to review. Previous to this I read and really enjoyed Carson’s “Fire and Thorns” series and her “Gold Seer” trilogy. Thoughts: This was a quick enough read and I finished it. I didn't really love it though. We start with Paige waking up in her bedroom with an IV in her hand, very weak and confused, and go from there. The majority of the beginning of the story is Paige on her own but we do have some other Series Info/Source: This is a stand alone novel. I got a copy of this book through NetGalley to review. Previous to this I read and really enjoyed Carson’s “Fire and Thorns” series and her “Gold Seer” trilogy. Thoughts: This was a quick enough read and I finished it. I didn't really love it though. We start with Paige waking up in her bedroom with an IV in her hand, very weak and confused, and go from there. The majority of the beginning of the story is Paige on her own but we do have some other characters join as the book continues. All of the characters felt a bit shallow to me and like they were fairly unaffected by all the death around them. The book itself also feels a bit unfinished since it was made pretty clear that the actions the characters take at the end will help the situation but not really solve it. Alsoc, the whole reason for humanity's situation is pretty unexplained and feels like it wasn't fleshed out well. There are some very forced discussions around racism; these sections feel like they were almost developed separately and then plopped into the book. All of these discussions felt very out of place considering what our characters are dealing with. I just felt like maybe they had bigger issues to discuss? Like food, shelter and staying alive? My Summary (3/5): Overall, in the end I finished this and it was a quick read so I didn't mind reading it. However, I doubt I will ever even so much as think about this book again after writing this review. It was just very forgettable and very mediocre. It wasn’t nearly as epic and amazing as Carson’s other series. I am not sure if there will be additional books in this series, but if there are I will most likely skip them.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Carina Olsen

    This book seemed all kinds of amazing and so of course I was going to read this. And I also adore this author, and I have read several of her previous books. And I am so glad that I read this newest book by Rae. As it was pretty much amazing. I did not fully love it, so I'm giving it four stars. But oh, it was a good book. And that cover is so stunning. Going to try my best to share my thoughts about this book. Most good, a few complicated feelings too. And yet I very much enjoyed this story. I v This book seemed all kinds of amazing and so of course I was going to read this. And I also adore this author, and I have read several of her previous books. And I am so glad that I read this newest book by Rae. As it was pretty much amazing. I did not fully love it, so I'm giving it four stars. But oh, it was a good book. And that cover is so stunning. Going to try my best to share my thoughts about this book. Most good, a few complicated feelings too. And yet I very much enjoyed this story. I very much liked the characters. Writing was great too. And the story was pretty much awesome. A bit slow, could have been more scary, but so good. This book begins with our main character, Paige, waking up. It takes her a little time before she understands that she has been in a coma for six days. When she also notices her family is not there. Until she finds them all dead in their beds. It was pretty heartbreaking to read about. She then discovers that the power is out. No hot water, but at least she still had cold water. There were crows and birds everywhere. Also the most awful stench. Which is how she finds out that everyone around her is dead. She cannot find anyone alive at all. Which, again, so sad to read about. I liked getting to know Paige. And her getting to know a world without anyone in it. Until she finds a dog trapped inside a home of an old woman she knew. Paige keeps the dog, a girl. This is a story about a girl all alone in the world, not knowing what happened to everyone, why they are all dead. She's also feeling out of it, from being in a coma for six days. She is slow to heal. But she still plans on leaving, trying to find out if there are others alive. She was going to wait a few days, until she felt better, but then she had no choice but to leave, as her whole neighborhood pretty much burned fully up. Which broke her a little, to lose her family all over again, now with nothing to remember them by as well. I liked reading about Paige and her dog, Emmaline, all alone in this new world. It takes place just a few years ahead of us. It's mentioned that corona has been, a few of the presidents as well. I'm not really a contemporary kind of reader, but I didn't mind too much about this book, as it was also about survival and the end of the world. Paige was a big basketball player, with a hopeful future. Now that was all lost to her. And her family dead, her best friend dead too. At least Paige has the dog with her, keeping her company. Until she meets a boy, someone else still alive. And I liked Trey a whole lot. He was pretty adorable and I liked reading about him and Paige getting to know each other. There is a small romance, at it was cute. Though not happening until the end of the book. Paige is so happy to not be alone any longer, though it has only been a few days for her. Longer for Trey, since he was not in a coma. He got to witness the world ending, people dying, his family. Which was all kinds of heartbreaking for him. I did like him a lot. We do not get to know a lot about what happened to the world at first. Not until they meet a few more people. Tanq was pretty awesome too and I adored her a lot. The other two were interesting, but not that great to me, haha. And that was all the humans we saw. Learning about what happened, why everyone died, was pretty great, I think. There was some danger, which I liked too. Wish there had been more. But it was good and I liked the twists in the story. I do wish I could have known even more, though. Lots more. I will share a few of the issues that I had with this book, the reasons for why I did not fully love it. There is a lot of focus on Paige having been in a coma for six days, how she lost a bunch of weight. And I just. Ten pounds? That is not a lot of weight. And then a couple of weeks later, she still looks skinny? That seemed fully weird to me. Sure, I got that she lost some weight while in a coma. But I did not get how that would have changed her entire look, made others comment on it too. It was weird to me. As it was only six days. I must also share that I had a little bit of issue with the writing. It was pretty much perfect most of the time, though. But it is mentioned again and again how the dog laps at her face. And it just feels so gross to me, haha. That's probably how it should be written, but yeah. It bothered me. And I had some issues near the end, where there was too many explanations. Made me lose a little focus, as it got boring fast. Oops. But liked it too, was just a little too much. There were also some medical words I didn't understand at all. Ack. But for the most part I really enjoyed this book. Any Sign of Life was a great survival story with amazing characters. I liked reading about the world having ended. The ending was kind of open, so I'm curious if there will be another book, as I would read more for sure. Huge thank you to the publisher, Greenwillow Books, for the auto-approval on Edelweiss. So happy that I could read this book early. And I will for sure be getting the stunning hardcover of it too. I think that you all need to read this book as well. So worth it. --- This review was first posted on my blog, Carina's Books, here: https://carinabooks.blogspot.com/2021...

  22. 5 out of 5

    Christine

    Meh. It was a pretty typical post-apocalypse story. I wanted something I could listen to and turn my brain off and the book kinda did that. The racism and classism seemed a little (very) forced to me at certain points and also kind of questionable 😬 kinda just felt like the author stuck it in there for the sake of putting it in there. Like what was up with that random fetishization conversation that was brought up twice and never explored or represented properly lol. Like basically race was never Meh. It was a pretty typical post-apocalypse story. I wanted something I could listen to and turn my brain off and the book kinda did that. The racism and classism seemed a little (very) forced to me at certain points and also kind of questionable 😬 kinda just felt like the author stuck it in there for the sake of putting it in there. Like what was up with that random fetishization conversation that was brought up twice and never explored or represented properly lol. Like basically race was never brought up other than to describe someone's physical features or to remind the audience that interpersonal racism exists.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Alexandria Kennedy

    Very enjoyable end of the world story. It did feel slow in the middle although the strength of characters kept it interesting. I love that she has a dog and particularly a sheltie. We need more pets in books! it definitely seems set up for a sequel but wraps up well enough if that doesn’t happen PS slight spoiler for the animal lovers out there. the dog lives and is really not particularly threatened throughout.

  24. 4 out of 5

    P.M.

    This reminded me a lot of "Z for Zachariah" which I absolutely loved. Paige Miller wakes up after having slept soundly for almost 24 hours. She is worried because she is missing basketball practice and a championship game is upcoming. Slowly she realizes that she has been sick and unconscious for SIX DAYS. Other unpleasant surprises await her in her house and neighborhood. This is a survival book and a pandemic book rolled into one. (There is even a mention of COVID 19.) It was fast-paced and I This reminded me a lot of "Z for Zachariah" which I absolutely loved. Paige Miller wakes up after having slept soundly for almost 24 hours. She is worried because she is missing basketball practice and a championship game is upcoming. Slowly she realizes that she has been sick and unconscious for SIX DAYS. Other unpleasant surprises await her in her house and neighborhood. This is a survival book and a pandemic book rolled into one. (There is even a mention of COVID 19.) It was fast-paced and I devoured it in one sitting. Paige and Trey were great characters and I hope they get a sequel.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Pamela

    This book is so awesome! I finished it in less then 24 hours. I would have finished sooner but life… I was at the edge of my seat for the whole thing. The characters are AMAZING and the atmosphere and setting are so realistic, I felt like I was experiencing this book.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Sara (A Gingerly Review)

    I love a good dystopian so this was exactly what I needed. I enjoyed this one!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Kara

    I had no idea what I was getting into when I started reading this. This type of sci-fi is not my go to. It was interesting enough that I kept reading and I might even read a sequel.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Emmy Neal

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I loved the ace rep, but this book had characterization problems. The "you can fetishize me" was certainly A Choice. :| I loved the ace rep, but this book had characterization problems. The "you can fetishize me" was certainly A Choice. :|

  29. 4 out of 5

    Ms. Yingling

    E ARC provided by Edelweiss Plus Paige wakes up feeling very wobbly, and finds that her mother, a nurse, has attached her to an IV and she's gone through several bags of fluid. She's determined to clean up and make it to basketball practice before her mother prevents her, but she soon realizes that things are definitely not right. She knew there was a flu devastating the city of Columbus, Ohio, and knows she was coming down with it, but is shocked to discover that not only is her entire family de E ARC provided by Edelweiss Plus Paige wakes up feeling very wobbly, and finds that her mother, a nurse, has attached her to an IV and she's gone through several bags of fluid. She's determined to clean up and make it to basketball practice before her mother prevents her, but she soon realizes that things are definitely not right. She knew there was a flu devastating the city of Columbus, Ohio, and knows she was coming down with it, but is shocked to discover that not only is her entire family dead from it, but most people in the entire world have succumbed. She goes to check on a neighbor and finds her dog, and makes tentative journeys out. At one grocery store, she meets Trey, whom she recognizes as a Black football standout and scholar heading to Ohio State. His mother was a medical professional, so he is able to help her, and he has also heard radio broadcasts out of Sandusky, so he knows other people are alive. The two plan on making their way there, and also come across Tanq, a Goth girl who has some major family issues and would rather be alone in the apocalyptic landscape. The virus is accompanied by weird space ship-like objects and an odd green cast to the sky. The three struggle to survive, so have little time to mourn the loss of the entire world. When they finally make it to Sandusky, they find that the reason for the devastation, as well as their survival, are more sinister and wide-reaching than they could ever imagine. Strengths: This was a riveting, dystopian novel, and I haven't seen a good one since Oppel's Overthrow trilogy. Also, this is set in my area, and I loved all of the local details. Paige and Trey were engaging characters who were doing their best under horrific circumstances, AND they took great care of the dog. This wasn't bogged down bu a lot of introspection, although there was a touching scene where Paige brought out all of the IDs of people who had helped them that she had saved, and the group reflected on people who had been lost. This took a bit of a twist at the end, and could either be a stand alone or have a sequel. Weaknesses: As an adult, I had some issues with some things in this book: there are odd interpolations of racial issues that seem out of place, I thought Tanq's story slowed the book down, and I was a bit thrown by the fact that the problems were all caused by aliens. It was also really rather gross, with all of the dead bodies. The world would smell even worse than depicted, I imagine, but it was a bit hard to read. Tanq also let a fair number of f-bombs fly (seven total in book). What I really think: The Columbus setting was so appealing that I am half tempted to buy this one. Will debate because of the language, although it doesn't occur until halfway into the book, and any very sensitive 6th graders will have given up reading by them due to the descriptions of the dead bodies.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Daniele Kasper

    A stark, post-apocalyptic sci-fi. with an out of this world twist. Fans of The Walking Dead, Bird Box and The 5th Wave will love this YA. A virus has wiped out nearly the entire population on the planet in just weeks. Paige wakes up from a coma to find everyone dead. Forced to leave her home to survive she sets out to search for food and other people. She can't possibly be the only survivor can she? Joined by a neighbor's dog, she now faces a new danger. Surviving nature, hunger, thirst and the A stark, post-apocalyptic sci-fi. with an out of this world twist. Fans of The Walking Dead, Bird Box and The 5th Wave will love this YA. A virus has wiped out nearly the entire population on the planet in just weeks. Paige wakes up from a coma to find everyone dead. Forced to leave her home to survive she sets out to search for food and other people. She can't possibly be the only survivor can she? Joined by a neighbor's dog, she now faces a new danger. Surviving nature, hunger, thirst and the elements. When she discovers not just one person, but two, she discovers the real cause of the disease and realizes the virus was only the beginning of the fight for survival, not just for herself and her new friends but for the rest of humanity. Well, what's ;left of it that is. This book had a good degree of horror elements that some may love, but also could be a little too gruesome for some YA readers. The found family Paige discovers is a fantastic element but there were a few points that felt too deliberately political. I get making a point about racial injustice and value that in today's society but they felt out of place where they were written into the story arc. The beginning seemed a little rushed, especially with what the MC had just been through and I would have loved to see some of the emotional trauma fleshed out a little more with the deaths of everyone these characters knew and loved. Tanq and Trey, I liked the contrast of Tanq coming off all rough and tumble but really showing how afraid she really was inside and that it was a lot of false bravado. I can understand that, especially in an apocalypse. The ending sets up for a sequel. This one was a good read that may or may not be a good fit for some teens depending on their taste. If they love dark survival thrillers, aliens, and viruses, this is for them!

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