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A seventeen-year-old orphan, alone in the deadly post-apocalyptic world. She's feisty, yet vulnerable; a woman, and yet a young girl. And with her discovery, she just might be Humanity's savior. Meet Sara Hill . . . Welcome to the Queen of Bones Group! The Queen of Bones is a the story of a young woman's fight for survival in a post-apocalyptic world where burning solar sto A seventeen-year-old orphan, alone in the deadly post-apocalyptic world. She's feisty, yet vulnerable; a woman, and yet a young girl. And with her discovery, she just might be Humanity's savior. Meet Sara Hill . . . Welcome to the Queen of Bones Group! The Queen of Bones is a the story of a young woman's fight for survival in a post-apocalyptic world where burning solar storms have reduced the human race to roving bands of murderous desperadoes. Sara Hill, young, beautiful, partially disabled, and alone, has made a discovery that could turn the tide of the coming extinction of the human race. But can she reach the fabled outpost where a few survivors are struggling to re-create civilization?


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A seventeen-year-old orphan, alone in the deadly post-apocalyptic world. She's feisty, yet vulnerable; a woman, and yet a young girl. And with her discovery, she just might be Humanity's savior. Meet Sara Hill . . . Welcome to the Queen of Bones Group! The Queen of Bones is a the story of a young woman's fight for survival in a post-apocalyptic world where burning solar sto A seventeen-year-old orphan, alone in the deadly post-apocalyptic world. She's feisty, yet vulnerable; a woman, and yet a young girl. And with her discovery, she just might be Humanity's savior. Meet Sara Hill . . . Welcome to the Queen of Bones Group! The Queen of Bones is a the story of a young woman's fight for survival in a post-apocalyptic world where burning solar storms have reduced the human race to roving bands of murderous desperadoes. Sara Hill, young, beautiful, partially disabled, and alone, has made a discovery that could turn the tide of the coming extinction of the human race. But can she reach the fabled outpost where a few survivors are struggling to re-create civilization?

34 review for The Queen of Bones

  1. 4 out of 5

    Chandra Claypool (wherethereadergrows)

    Quite the different apocalyptic story. The sun is killing the people on this planet. Sunthrobs are hard to steer clear from and the survivors are becoming animalistic and violent. Sara, the oldest 17-year old you'll ever meet, has a condition that helps her know when a sunthrob is coming and she has figured out a way to beat them. The loneliness of everyone dying around her, surviving on her own and constantly being raped, left for dead or attempted killings is taking quite the toll on her. She Quite the different apocalyptic story. The sun is killing the people on this planet. Sunthrobs are hard to steer clear from and the survivors are becoming animalistic and violent. Sara, the oldest 17-year old you'll ever meet, has a condition that helps her know when a sunthrob is coming and she has figured out a way to beat them. The loneliness of everyone dying around her, surviving on her own and constantly being raped, left for dead or attempted killings is taking quite the toll on her. She just needs to make it to a colony and perhaps she can become a part of something bigger. I loved the way the author made this world - all the horrors within and the different experiences Sara went through with various groups. It seems that such apocalyptic events brings out the worst in humans... but this story also shows how goodness is still contained within and not everything can be assumed. The issues I had were the continued use of sex as a means of survival - rape me so you won't hurt me further. Um... I'm just gonna go with the use any means to survive part of this... and hell, at her age, when an older woman tells her this is the better way to go, well.. why wouldn't she use what her momma gave her? I could also have used less of her different types of kisses descriptions. The last 20% of the book seemed quite different from the rest of it. I understood where the author was going with this and I'm glad to see Sara make use of her education and confidence to get to a certain place amongst other survivors. Then it all seems a bit summed up. Ta-da! I'm torn between wanting to know what happens now and going ah... ok... so this is where it leaves off. The tenacity and wonder of how Sara survived in this world was actually fun to read and while she seemed worlds above her given age, during these types of events, I'd think that it would certainly cause you to grow up much faster than you should... but the author did a great job in keeping her in her age in certain areas. The huffiness of certain situations, etc. I certainly was engaged with the story. All hail the Queen of Bones. 3.5 stars.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Brandy

    One of those books you hate to see come to an end! Today (which now registers as yesterday, since I felt compelled to finish this book in one sitting!), as I was skimming through Facebook posts, I came across a very generous excerpt from this book that, in turn, led me to purchase it in order to read what the outcome was. Right away, while reading that excerpt, I was impressed with the writing skills of this writer. I am pleased to be able to say that impression carried through the entire book. A One of those books you hate to see come to an end! Today (which now registers as yesterday, since I felt compelled to finish this book in one sitting!), as I was skimming through Facebook posts, I came across a very generous excerpt from this book that, in turn, led me to purchase it in order to read what the outcome was. Right away, while reading that excerpt, I was impressed with the writing skills of this writer. I am pleased to be able to say that impression carried through the entire book. And everything else about it was impressive: the concept of what would cause a worldwide catastrophe and how the main character, who is not only female, but has a disability, goes about dealing with all the challenges to not only her survival, but the survival of the human race in that area of the world. A really well-written, well-thought out book that I enjoyed tremendously!!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Joan

    This review is from: The Queen of Bones (Paperback) Deadly solar storms known as sunthrobs have devastated the planet and killed off most of the people and animals on the planet. There is talk of a colony in Seattle where survivors have been striving to continue civilization. Sara Hill a teenage orphan has had to grow up quickly and has discovered a way to survive the continuing sunthrobs. Sara and her two young companions are heading to Seattle to seek asylum in the colony and share the secret This review is from: The Queen of Bones (Paperback) Deadly solar storms known as sunthrobs have devastated the planet and killed off most of the people and animals on the planet. There is talk of a colony in Seattle where survivors have been striving to continue civilization. Sara Hill a teenage orphan has had to grow up quickly and has discovered a way to survive the continuing sunthrobs. Sara and her two young companions are heading to Seattle to seek asylum in the colony and share the secret of survival. Staying alive is a daily struggle plus they have to stay clear of the sun scorched degenerates who will do anything to survive. This novel is a page turner from start to finish. A post-apocalyptic tale of survival, terror and hope. Well done Gregg Zimmerman looking forward to the next book.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Tamara

    AMAZING! 5+ Stars for this one! Put this one on your MUST-READ list!!! All you can think when you read Sara Hill’s story is … DAMN! Gregg Zimmerman ROCKS this unrelenting post-apocalyptic tale like no other! I have been a fan of Zimmerman’s, and THE QUEEN OF BONES proves that this author is simply unstoppable! Top-notch writing not to be missed! I only HOPE there is a sequel!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Mar

    I don't know how to start talking about this book, because it provokes many different feelings, shadows. The excellent skills of Zimmerman to evoke deep emotions in the reader are present all the book long. You get completely absorbed by the story. You can feel the wet grass, the smell of the concrete, the warmth of the blood. Our protagonist, Sara, is... such a tireless, hopeless fighter. Physically and psychologically as well. She gets tortured and mistreated in all possible ways by many of the I don't know how to start talking about this book, because it provokes many different feelings, shadows. The excellent skills of Zimmerman to evoke deep emotions in the reader are present all the book long. You get completely absorbed by the story. You can feel the wet grass, the smell of the concrete, the warmth of the blood. Our protagonist, Sara, is... such a tireless, hopeless fighter. Physically and psychologically as well. She gets tortured and mistreated in all possible ways by many of the nasty characters appearing on the thread. She is also sick, physically conditioned, multiplying every single pain in her bones. She is, though, never willing to give up on her love for others and for life itself. She's destroyed again and again and resurrects from her ashes like a phoenix.  The story is, to me, very sad. I've been sad all the time I had the book in my hands. In a good way, actually. I'm not used to getting moved like this by books. I feel curious about the author, and I keep this story in my mind. I just... couldn't control being sad. How do you do that, Zimmerman? I didn't even realize about the apocalypse background, which is a great story, the Sun annihilating any kind of life without warning, like an exhalation from Hell itself. Also, the author makes a deep study and description of human's both behaviour and mind. I keep some words in my mind "When you assume someone is evil, you turn them evil." There's hard work behind this book, a wide dissertation of our psyche and instincts. An amazing little insight into our fears, survival intelligence, leadership, forgiveness, redemption and... second chances for who perhaps, wasn't evil but... lost. Lots of lessons to be learnt from this book. Lots of... burdens to abandon. You'll read it in one go, just as I did. One single night was enough to devour this book, characters, story and tragedy.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Stacy

    Good read Feel like I didn't get the entire story, it just ended, with no ending! No author's note to explain why or if it continues in another book. First time I've ever been left hanging without seeing it coming 😡

  7. 5 out of 5

    Patricia

    actually this is a 4.5 star review but alas cant do half stars . What do you do when you are among the last living people on the planet . You survive any way you can. Meet Sara Hill living in the wasteland called earth . After a solar storm basically wipes every human being off the face of the earth. Sara and her two friends start out to find the colony in Seattle if the colony even exists . The thing that is saving them is Sara's rheumatoid arthritis and there breathing poles . Sara has lost s actually this is a 4.5 star review but alas cant do half stars . What do you do when you are among the last living people on the planet . You survive any way you can. Meet Sara Hill living in the wasteland called earth . After a solar storm basically wipes every human being off the face of the earth. Sara and her two friends start out to find the colony in Seattle if the colony even exists . The thing that is saving them is Sara's rheumatoid arthritis and there breathing poles . Sara has lost so much and is trying to get everything back that she once had . Along the way she meets enemies and enemies that turn out to be her friends and greatest allies. Will she survive the sun throbs and the people, to help all of man kind This is such a different twist on the end of the world and the apocalypse. And actually kind of creepy in a way also because you actually hear of solar flares and that in the news . So when you are reading along you start to think that wow maybe it could really happen. Or maybe its just me and my paranoid mind. The author writes of a vast wasteland that is scorched and dead , nothing can survive the extreme heat and staying alive is a daily struggle, The main character in the book Sara is one strong seventeen year old girl. Who sometime you just want to slap because of the way she acts , until you remember she is only seventeen and that's how seventeen year olds act . There are moments that you feel sorry for her and what she has to go through because of her arthritis . It just makes things so much worse for her . She is a survivor and you see her grow up along her journeys . She takes a lot of crap but also dishes it out too . She is willing to do anything to stay alive even using her sexuality to help her survive. She is the type of character that one moment you want to hug her and the next you want to slap her . Which is the type of character I kind of like . The cast of characters that she meets along the way are very diverse . From the degenerates to the men from the seattle colony. The all teach Sara a way to survive and she teaches them a thing or two also. I truly enjoyed this book , the author took us on a fast paced roller coaster ride full of twists and turns. This take on the apocalypse is new and exciting to me . Its honestly nature made and actually has a way of happening . There aren't any zombies running around there is a bigger danger then zombies in the book . It is man and what he will do to survive anything. Over all I really enjoyed the book but I did find the first part to be a bit boring but once you get past the first 4 chapters the book really picks up and takes you on a fast paced ride that will keep you on the edge of your seat . You will be cheering for Sara and also wanting to strangle her at the same time . You will love some characters and wish for death to others . This story will take you to edge of your seat and bring you back from the edge time after time . This is the book you want to read if you want to read about the end of the earth and the apocalypse that doesn't have zombies or was started by and out break . This is the book for you and I so can't wait to see what happens to Sara and the gang in book 2. So if you want a great book check it out QUEEN OF BONES by Greg Zimmermann

  8. 4 out of 5

    Mark Woods

    Greg Zimmerman's Queen of Bones is best described as a refreshing new take on the usual post-apocalyptic/ dystopian fare that has kind of saturated the market in recent years. Set in a indiscriminate near future - it could be tomorrow, next week, next month, who knows? - the novel takes a very plausible and credible threat - Solar storms that regularly scorch the planet with their ferocity - and throws into the mix a feisty, young female lead, through whose eyes the reader witnesses events as th Greg Zimmerman's Queen of Bones is best described as a refreshing new take on the usual post-apocalyptic/ dystopian fare that has kind of saturated the market in recent years. Set in a indiscriminate near future - it could be tomorrow, next week, next month, who knows? - the novel takes a very plausible and credible threat - Solar storms that regularly scorch the planet with their ferocity - and throws into the mix a feisty, young female lead, through whose eyes the reader witnesses events as they continue to unfold. Sara is a born survivor - suffering from crippling arthritis, she kind of has to be - but it is this very affliction that makes her so valuable - her arthritis acting as an early warning system whenever another solar flare is due, hence providing her and whoever is with her ample time to try and find some cover. Constantly on the move, Sara is trying to make it to Seattle where she has heard some kind of civilisation is attempting to be rebuilt, but before she gets there, there are a hell of a lot of miles between her and Seattle and these are dangerous times. Along her travels, Sara will have to keep her wits about her and employ every trick in her arsenal if she wants to survive... Having received a copy of this book in exchange for review, and having read a lot of positive and good things about this book already, I was kind of expecting to be left feeling underwhelmed - expecting it to be a case of the book not being able to match up with all the hype - but I am pleased to report I was pleasantly surprised. Zimmerman here has attempted to do something very different and does so by giving us a hero who, by rights, normally, most people would no doubt expect to be at a disadvantage in the event of an apocalypse - only to then surprise us by cleverly turning everything about quickly on its head. Sara, the main character, is about as unconventional as you can get and Zimmerman does a great job of telling the story through her eyes to the point that, reading this, I almost fancied I could hear her telling me the story as each part of it happened. By avoiding many of the usual tropes and attempting to do something a little different, Zimmerman has taken a bit of a risk and created a very clever and unique novel that fully deserves to be a resounding and outstanding success. Reminiscent in places of Cormack McCarthy's The Road, Queen of Bones is a much more positive and uplifting read and one I can fully recommend...

  9. 5 out of 5

    Andy Peloquin

    I got a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review… Overall, this is a book I would recommend to anyone who enjoys post-apocalyptic stories. Instead of a zombie apocalypse or a virus outbreak, the sun is the cause of all the world's troubles. Solar flares have killed off billions of people, leaving just a lucky few. But the main character is not so lucky. Her arthritis makes her vulnerable and weak in a world where the weak die first. I loved how this differently-abled person is able to su I got a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review… Overall, this is a book I would recommend to anyone who enjoys post-apocalyptic stories. Instead of a zombie apocalypse or a virus outbreak, the sun is the cause of all the world's troubles. Solar flares have killed off billions of people, leaving just a lucky few. But the main character is not so lucky. Her arthritis makes her vulnerable and weak in a world where the weak die first. I loved how this differently-abled person is able to survive BECAUSE of her disability, rather than despite it. It's an interesting story, though I must admit the first 25 to 40% of the book seemed somewhat unnecessary. While it's important to establish the character's survival instincts and determination, it felt like the author was torturing the character for the heck of it. I don't mind grim or dark, but a lot of the suffering did little more than highlight the brutality of the post-apocalyptic world without actually contributing to real character development. There were a few "iffy" mistakes--for example, the tense changed from present to past repeatedly, there are some punctuation and grammar problems, and so on. The concept of the book was great, but the execution fell just a tad short in my opinion. Still, a book definitely worth reading, if not for the novelty of a disabled heroine!

  10. 5 out of 5

    E.J. Bouinatchova

    I got a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review, and boy, did I ever get more than I bargained for! I read it in one day. And it's not a short book. But it was so well paced, so surprising, so inventive, so utterly absorbing, I simply could not put it down! I had a few quibbles with the latter part of the book - I liked the character and story line better when it was a solo-journey tale. But that may be just me. The important thing about this book, in my mind, is that fantastic main ch I got a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review, and boy, did I ever get more than I bargained for! I read it in one day. And it's not a short book. But it was so well paced, so surprising, so inventive, so utterly absorbing, I simply could not put it down! I had a few quibbles with the latter part of the book - I liked the character and story line better when it was a solo-journey tale. But that may be just me. The important thing about this book, in my mind, is that fantastic main character. Some people might wonder - could a seventeen year old girl be that brash, that crass, that smart, that resourceful? Well, I was a seventeen year old girl at one time in my life, and I say, abso-freaking-lutely. I loved that this story did not feature a typical heroine. And I loved that all did not work out well for her. She takes so much abuse, you practically think you're reading a George R.R. Martin book. But she can hack it. Not that she always makes the best decisions. She gets lonely. A little cocky. Maybe a little greedy, even. She's practically a kid! But certainly growing up fast in this bleak and terrifying world. Try this story out for a wonderfully exciting take on the post-apocalypse genre - it's classic, but beautifully re-invented.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Denise Keef

    What a roller coaster ride of a book!!! From page one I was engrossed in this apocalyptic story that follows the survivors of a solar storms also known as sun throbs that have totally devastated the planet. One survivor in particular, Sara Hill has a unique way of living through a sun throb and has used it many times over the past couple of years. On a journey to the Northwest area where there have been stories of many survivors setting up camps, Sara and her friends face many obstacles and life What a roller coaster ride of a book!!! From page one I was engrossed in this apocalyptic story that follows the survivors of a solar storms also known as sun throbs that have totally devastated the planet. One survivor in particular, Sara Hill has a unique way of living through a sun throb and has used it many times over the past couple of years. On a journey to the Northwest area where there have been stories of many survivors setting up camps, Sara and her friends face many obstacles and life and death situations. Greg Zimmerman has brought to life truly believable characters in this story and situations that only the strong could survive. I really enjoyed this story and the mix of characters in it. The action and emotional highs and lows kept me reading until I was finished. I definitely recommend this book to anyone who likes an intense story that is high on my list of good books!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Veronica Smith

    One of the most unique post-apocalyptic books I have ever read. From beginning to end I was completely hooked. The main character, Sara, has to be one of the most real characters I've ever read about. Everything about this book just seemed so realistic. It was an incredible story of survival of how Sara survives the deadly heat of the Sunthrobs. I could easily see this as a movie or a series, it's that good. In hard times you have to do anything to survive and everything she does and goes thru o One of the most unique post-apocalyptic books I have ever read. From beginning to end I was completely hooked. The main character, Sara, has to be one of the most real characters I've ever read about. Everything about this book just seemed so realistic. It was an incredible story of survival of how Sara survives the deadly heat of the Sunthrobs. I could easily see this as a movie or a series, it's that good. In hard times you have to do anything to survive and everything she does and goes thru only makes me admire her more. She's young but smart and I found myself laughing at some of the immature things she does. Again, this only makes her seem more real.

  13. 5 out of 5

    S.K. Gregory

    In a world that has been destroyed by Sunthrobs, Sara Hill is one of the few survivors on her way to find a supposed settlement in Seattle. Along the way she runs into many people, some try to help her, others attack her. A strong and determined individual, Sara uses what she has to get by. It was interesting to read about a heroine with a disability. That is not used much in dystopian fiction, often the person who holds them back ends up dead. A great book that I would definitely recommend.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kat Gracey

    Sara Hill lives in a world devastated by Sunthrobs, which scorch the earth and kill people. Sara is able to survive by going underwater with her snorkel. The story follows her journey and the people she meets, in a world where the rules no longer apply. Everyone is trying to survive and everyone takes what they want. A good book and a page turner.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Shanannigans

    Warning: The MC in this story is 17 but this is NOT a YA novel. Contains Triggers, sex, and violence. At the beginning of this story, is a foreword by the author promising that this book is unlike “The Dystopian saturating the market today”, and he guarantees something different. I can honestly say he delivers on his promise because there are many aspects of this book that are unique to the genre, notably, the MC is differently abled and that is new for me. Another difference, no zombies, infected Warning: The MC in this story is 17 but this is NOT a YA novel. Contains Triggers, sex, and violence. At the beginning of this story, is a foreword by the author promising that this book is unlike “The Dystopian saturating the market today”, and he guarantees something different. I can honestly say he delivers on his promise because there are many aspects of this book that are unique to the genre, notably, the MC is differently abled and that is new for me. Another difference, no zombies, infected, walkers, or any other flesh-eating creatures. No, the enemy is the sun and its world-ending solar flares. I don’t know about you, but as the villan of the piece is something natural, it makes the story more terrifying, than if it was a viral plague that wipes out humanity. This is a real phenomenon that will likely be a real issue in the future. Who knows, there will probably be a viral plague too, but you get what I mean, right? The story is a brutal first-person account of survival in this harsh, new world. There’s no sugar-coating it, it’s pretty horrific stuff but all the more realistic because of it. The protagonist is a spit-fire and despite her condition, manages to survive the worst kind of nightmares. It’s hard to believe she’s a teenager sometimes. That said, there are many points in the story where we are reminded of her age, either by dialogue or circumstance, and that makes for an interesting juxtaposition. The writing is pretty good, and the story is entertaining. Like I said, it’s refreshingly different which gets it mega bonus points, but there are somethings that I didn’t like about it. I’m no prude, but there are some sex scenes that are overly graphic, and seem unnecessary to the plot, and I didn’t care for the ending. I was really enjoying the story and then the book just ends. Not really as a cliff-hanger either. That was my main issue and unfortunately it affects my overall rating quite a bit. Anyway, despite the non-ending ending, it’s a decent read with a lot to offer. And of course, it’s a good book for this time of year! Rating… B (3.75 Stars)

  16. 5 out of 5

    Nicole

    I need to be better about remembering where recommendations come from. I know this was recommended, I just can't recall from where or whom. I do know I got the impression this was YA for some reason..(perhaps the main character being a teenager? Totally my bad for being bit of a scatter brain.) As much as I hate putting any sort of age cap on these things (after all I know some sixteen year olds who are far more mature then some twenty- something's... My point being it all depends on the indivi I need to be better about remembering where recommendations come from. I know this was recommended, I just can't recall from where or whom. I do know I got the impression this was YA for some reason..(perhaps the main character being a teenager? Totally my bad for being bit of a scatter brain.) As much as I hate putting any sort of age cap on these things (after all I know some sixteen year olds who are far more mature then some twenty- something's... My point being it all depends on the individual.) I highly lean towards this being a book for older teens, as in 16 and up because of some explicit sexual content. Now that that's out of the way... I very much enjoyed this read, despite a few rough spots. (As I said, the main character is a teenager. I guess I'd be a little concerned if I did feel a lot in common with her, being in my thirties myself haha. There's this whole thing where she names the types of kisses she gives. It's a bit juvenile and silly and, well ... Something a teenager would do.) The story is unique though and it certainly kept me reading until the wee hours of the morning. Everyone loves a story where the underdog makes good. I will definitely be picking up any more books should the author want to revisit this world and/or make a series of it.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Lucretia

    Sara sure doesn’t have an easy go in this story, but that doesn’t stop the spunky teenager from… well, no spoilers. There were so many places in this that I was on the edge of my seat, white knuckling my kindle, with concern for what would happen. The people who populate this desolate world have been changed by the struggles of the constant sun bursts in ways that go beyond burned skin. As you might imagine when times get hard, so do survivors, many of them, not all of them. It was intense to won Sara sure doesn’t have an easy go in this story, but that doesn’t stop the spunky teenager from… well, no spoilers. There were so many places in this that I was on the edge of my seat, white knuckling my kindle, with concern for what would happen. The people who populate this desolate world have been changed by the struggles of the constant sun bursts in ways that go beyond burned skin. As you might imagine when times get hard, so do survivors, many of them, not all of them. It was intense to wonder with Sara who could be trusted and those answers were often surprising. The pace is fast, and there is a serious amount of nail-biting action packed into the story. I was pleasantly surprised to find it also had a nice amount of steam and a touch of romance to offset the brutality in other places. The kisses and their descriptions were adorable. Oh, and that end line… gold, pure gold. You want to read this. Long live the Queen of Bones!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Lesley Ann Campbell

    I’m always one for a post-apocalyptic story. This didn’t disappoint. After the planet has been decimated by violent solar storms known as Sunthrobs, only a handful of survivors remain. Those who are not murderous thieving degenerates are trying to get to Seattle, where they believe a colony of survivors is trying to recreate our lost civilisation. We see this nightmare unfold through the eyes of Sara Hill, a young girl, just 17, trying to survive alone in the new world. The Queen of Bones is a w I’m always one for a post-apocalyptic story. This didn’t disappoint. After the planet has been decimated by violent solar storms known as Sunthrobs, only a handful of survivors remain. Those who are not murderous thieving degenerates are trying to get to Seattle, where they believe a colony of survivors is trying to recreate our lost civilisation. We see this nightmare unfold through the eyes of Sara Hill, a young girl, just 17, trying to survive alone in the new world. The Queen of Bones is a wonderful story and survival, showcasing our baser human instincts, both good and bad. It goes to prove how relentless humans are, how tenacious we are and how inventive we can be when we come face to face with certain death. This is a wonderful story of hope, survival, fear and loss.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Alina

  20. 4 out of 5

    Todd

  21. 4 out of 5

    Amanda Lyons

  22. 4 out of 5

    Patty

  23. 5 out of 5

    Shannon Modrak

  24. 4 out of 5

    Kathryn

  25. 5 out of 5

    Michael

  26. 5 out of 5

    Doreen Dalesandro

  27. 5 out of 5

    Ryegan

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jim Laymon

  29. 4 out of 5

    Nikki

  30. 5 out of 5

    Skallagrim

  31. 4 out of 5

    Rachael

  32. 5 out of 5

    Karen

  33. 5 out of 5

    Kerrie (Layton) Box

  34. 4 out of 5

    Kay

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