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When the dead prowl the streets of Oslo, survivors Kit and Shadia have to get out of there. They decide to go where the dead can’t follow–their family cabin on a remote island–but they have to fight their way out of the city first. Facing the dangers of this new world, both living and dead, is hard enough, but the couple also has to deal with Kit’s severe Myalgic Encephalom When the dead prowl the streets of Oslo, survivors Kit and Shadia have to get out of there. They decide to go where the dead can’t follow–their family cabin on a remote island–but they have to fight their way out of the city first. Facing the dangers of this new world, both living and dead, is hard enough, but the couple also has to deal with Kit’s severe Myalgic Encephalomyelitis. It can throw a wrench into the simplest of plans, and Kit’s fear that the sickness may be the death of her seems more a reality for every day. Despite the odds stacked against them, Shadia and Kit are ready to fight for their survival and for each other.


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When the dead prowl the streets of Oslo, survivors Kit and Shadia have to get out of there. They decide to go where the dead can’t follow–their family cabin on a remote island–but they have to fight their way out of the city first. Facing the dangers of this new world, both living and dead, is hard enough, but the couple also has to deal with Kit’s severe Myalgic Encephalom When the dead prowl the streets of Oslo, survivors Kit and Shadia have to get out of there. They decide to go where the dead can’t follow–their family cabin on a remote island–but they have to fight their way out of the city first. Facing the dangers of this new world, both living and dead, is hard enough, but the couple also has to deal with Kit’s severe Myalgic Encephalomyelitis. It can throw a wrench into the simplest of plans, and Kit’s fear that the sickness may be the death of her seems more a reality for every day. Despite the odds stacked against them, Shadia and Kit are ready to fight for their survival and for each other.

44 review for Survival Kit

  1. 4 out of 5

    AnnMaree Of Oz

    A unique and bittersweet story of two badass ladies (wife and wife) Kit and Shadia. On Kindle Unlimited. Kit is in a wheelchair most of the time, after being diagnosed with a disorder after she had survived Cancer treatment. We get glimpses of the past while journeying through post-apocalyptic Oslo, Norway, where Zombie's roam and there are not many survivors left. You find out straight away these women are strong and brave, there for each other and willing to fight to protect one another, and d A unique and bittersweet story of two badass ladies (wife and wife) Kit and Shadia. On Kindle Unlimited. Kit is in a wheelchair most of the time, after being diagnosed with a disorder after she had survived Cancer treatment. We get glimpses of the past while journeying through post-apocalyptic Oslo, Norway, where Zombie's roam and there are not many survivors left. You find out straight away these women are strong and brave, there for each other and willing to fight to protect one another, and do what they need to do to survive together. I really appreciated that aspect, which helped counter the more gruesome and heartbreaking reality of a world with flesh eating zombies. The reality of their hardships are apparent and honest, but never feel insurmountable. It's just Shadia doing what she has to do to help her wife get around in her wheelchair, even if it means trekking back and forth, making multiple trips around roadblocks, for their stuff, Kit, and her wheelchair etc. But she never considers it a burden. You also feels Kit's own shame in not being able to 'pull her own weight' but again, it's dealt with in a loving and supportive manner which was touching. Of course there's the usual post apocalyptic scenarios, with creepy dudes, and investigation summaries into the zombie virus and how it spreads. I really enjoyed going along with Kit and Shadia, and would love to read more about them, but it still ends satisfactorily, but as I said slightly bittersweet, too, with being realistic about the disorder Kit has, and it's struggles. Highly Recommend! KU!

  2. 5 out of 5

    T

    Zombie apocalypse in a wheelchair! I loved it.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Moony MeowPoff

    I got this book in exhange for a honest review from the author. You can also find this review at my blog Moony`s bookblog Trigger Warning: Death of an animal, death (human/zombie), different variation of grief,  Parasite and mutation  ect, blood (description) & Cancer. "Stay alive, ok?" "you too" "Always" Now, that is out of the way, i normally don`t read much zombie acopalypse books because those i`ve tried to read was meh or just to gory for my taste. This one i really liked. A favorite thing of m I got this book in exhange for a honest review from the author. You can also find this review at my blog Moony`s bookblog Trigger Warning: Death of an animal, death (human/zombie), different variation of grief,  Parasite and mutation  ect, blood (description) & Cancer. "Stay alive, ok?" "you too" "Always" Now, that is out of the way, i normally don`t read much zombie acopalypse books because those i`ve tried to read was meh or just to gory for my taste. This one i really liked. A favorite thing of mine throughout the book was how Shadia adressed Kit as Habibi i found it really adorable, even though they were in a bad situation. How Kit felt about the animal that died it broke my heart honestly, i cried with the character because death of an animal and realizing that it suffered, trying to survive in that world... makes my heart ache. The parasite description and information made me kind of remember one of the reasons i skip watching TWD and the others tv-shows that follows that series, because i have no other words than to say: Ugh.  I really like the two main characters, but i wish we`d see an input in what Shadia is thinking and why not just Kit, even though i like that we get to know what Kit is thinking and why. Nicholas is insane tbh, "we don`t wanna hurt you, we just wanna talk" is such a villan- clichè line, very typical but effective, i like it. I was were happy for the ending, it couldn`t have been better i think. I hope the author write more LGBT-Fantasy books, dosen`t nesesarily have to be with Zombies but i am glad they did not overpower the book.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Tricia Toney

    I got this book in exhange for a honest review from the author. Kit and her wife Shadia need to leave the city. Escaping the hordes of the undead is tricky enough. Add in some very alive humans with bad intentions and Kit's struggle with myalgic encephalomyelitis and we have a very scary situation. This is one of the few post apocalyptic with gay main characters and the only one I've seen with a disabled main character. I got this book in exhange for a honest review from the author. Kit and her wife Shadia need to leave the city. Escaping the hordes of the undead is tricky enough. Add in some very alive humans with bad intentions and Kit's struggle with myalgic encephalomyelitis and we have a very scary situation. This is one of the few post apocalyptic with gay main characters and the only one I've seen with a disabled main character.

  5. 5 out of 5

    T.A.

    This isn't your average post-apocalyptic zombie survival novel. And I mean that in the best way possible. The first thing that sets this story apart is the main character, Kit. We have some great own voices disability representation here with our protagonist being in a wheelchair due to a condition called myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME). I really didn't know much about ME before reading this book, but it definitely doesn't make surviving hoards of the undead any easier. Our other protagonist is Ki This isn't your average post-apocalyptic zombie survival novel. And I mean that in the best way possible. The first thing that sets this story apart is the main character, Kit. We have some great own voices disability representation here with our protagonist being in a wheelchair due to a condition called myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME). I really didn't know much about ME before reading this book, but it definitely doesn't make surviving hoards of the undead any easier. Our other protagonist is Kit's wife Shadia, and the dynamic between them was really well-written. It was awesome to see how they each supported each other in various ways as they leave their home and seek safety elsewhere. They each have their own strengths and get each other through some really difficult situations. The book presents Kit's disability in a respectful way while also showing how creative and adaptive she and Shadia have to be in order to travel and fight off the zombies. There are a few other ways that this book is unique compared to other zombie stories. It takes place in Norway, whereas most of the zombie stories I've seen are set in the US. This was a great choice that set the story apart in one key way: guns. When we see zombie stories set in the US, everyone has a gun, and that's believable given the prevalence of firearms here in the US. But in Norway, that's not the case, so our characters aren't running around shooting zombies and instead have to dispatch them in a way that's much more up-close-and-personal. This created some very intense action scenes that really added to the external conflict of the story. The way the zombie outbreak spreads is also very unique and unlike anything I've seen in other zombie stories. There were a few places where my suspension of disbelief was tested, but hey, it's zombies. How much believability do we really need? My only complaints about the story were related to the writing itself and the pacing. The writing is a little clunky in places and could have been cleaned up a little, but I did get an ARC so I'm going to give the book the benefit of the doubt that some of those edits will be made upon its release. i had a bigger issue with the pacing. There were a lot of instances where we were just told what was happening. Towards the end there was an entire chapter that was just telling, and I wished we had gotten to see those scenes actually unfolding or just had them cut altogether. I also found the structure of the book to be a little unusual. Toward the end, I kept expecting us to get to some big climax so I was anticipating more conflict, but it never came, and looking back I realized that the climax had actually probably come a lot earlier in the story. So that was definitely different than what I was used to, but I still liked the ending overall. It's not all sunshine and roses, which feels appropriate for a story like this. If you like zombie stories or post-apocalyptic settings, but you're tired of seeing the same old tropes over and over again, you should definitely check this book out. It's very unique and the characters are fantastic. You can preorder it now on Amazon. Survival Kit releases on January 5, 2020.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Margaret Adelle

    I'm constantly looked for more ownvoices disability rep, so when I saw this book written by a self-proclaimed "witch in a wheelchair" on Booksprout, I was excited to grab a review copy! Right off the bad, things are grim. This is definitely your standard zombie apocalypse, with everything having already gone to hell by the beginning. But the grimness is a great analogy for living with an illness like ME. Just as they don't know if they'll survive zombies or evil cultists, Kit doesn't know how lo I'm constantly looked for more ownvoices disability rep, so when I saw this book written by a self-proclaimed "witch in a wheelchair" on Booksprout, I was excited to grab a review copy! Right off the bad, things are grim. This is definitely your standard zombie apocalypse, with everything having already gone to hell by the beginning. But the grimness is a great analogy for living with an illness like ME. Just as they don't know if they'll survive zombies or evil cultists, Kit doesn't know how long she'll survive her illness. The ending is a bittersweet one that emphasizes the idea. I appreciated that there wasn't this giant emphasis on trying to cure her. The relationship between Kit and Shadia is adorable. Shadia is the obsessive bookworm that I would be in the apocalypse, raiding libraries just as often as she raids for regular supplies. Kit is stronger than most other characters give her credit for, taking on zombies from her wheelchair. The love between the wives is also obvious and adorable. And also, I just appreciate that there's another wlw romance in speculative fiction. The mechanics of the ways zombism (zombieism?) was spread were unique and presented much more of a constant problem than your average zombie apocalypse. There was the danger of bites, yes. But it was also possible to end up infected with the parasite eggs by drinking water. The eggs could then be activated by eating meat. It added extra levels of tension, as it limited what survivors could eat to keep from turning. The setting in Norway was intriguing. It added another level to the story, as it meant that it was a zombie apocalypse with few guns (aka, NOT how American zombie stories go.) However, you don't need to know that much about the country to understand the story. The only thing that confused me was the use of the word "kindergarten" in a different context than I was used to. (Note: it's basically daycare.) My only negative criticism is that there didn't feel like much of a conclusion with said evil cultists. I kept expecting them to pop up for another time because it didn't quite feel completed. But I didn't take a star away because I couldn't think of a way to make that part of the story feel fully completed without a big twist that would have broken the verisimilitude. All in all, the book infuses a very tired genre with new mechanics, new characters, and overall new concepts. If you're sick of standard zombie cliches, but you still love a good apocalypse, this is the book for you.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Toyni Erica - Queenoftaless

    I love how this book is filled with dark humor. I think that’s the most special thing about it, because Kit who’s having a really hard time with surviving life, I guess any day, she’s doing this, she’s surviving this. Even though it’s hard, and Shadia is doing “all” the heavy lifting. It’s hard to be the person who needs help, wanting nothing more than to help and be a part of the situation when all you really can do is sit there, try to support the people around you. I haven’t really read any z I love how this book is filled with dark humor. I think that’s the most special thing about it, because Kit who’s having a really hard time with surviving life, I guess any day, she’s doing this, she’s surviving this. Even though it’s hard, and Shadia is doing “all” the heavy lifting. It’s hard to be the person who needs help, wanting nothing more than to help and be a part of the situation when all you really can do is sit there, try to support the people around you. I haven’t really read any zombie books before, I think it’s all right, but I’m kind of afraid to drink water now. But for real, the plague situation is no joke, today’s situation is really captured in this book, even though it’s not the same thing. And I got really invested in this. It’s fairly easy to read, the book’s got a great language (can you really believe the author is Norwegian? I think not). And I really like the characters. It’s a great book, really enjoyed this.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Hilde Høgsnes

    I got this book in return of a honest review, and I am so glad I did! It was one of the best books I read in 2020, and it's now out for everybody to buy! It's a zombie apocalypse book, set in Norway, and the main character have to use a wheel chair because of her ME. I really enjoyed the characters, their relationship, and also the science behind the zombies since it's not a virus that made them! I got this book in return of a honest review, and I am so glad I did! It was one of the best books I read in 2020, and it's now out for everybody to buy! It's a zombie apocalypse book, set in Norway, and the main character have to use a wheel chair because of her ME. I really enjoyed the characters, their relationship, and also the science behind the zombies since it's not a virus that made them!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Patrik Sahlstrøm

    A very original take on surviving the zombiecalypse. I loved this book, mainly due to how the author humanised the main characters. Highly recommended

  10. 5 out of 5

    Phoebe

    I cannot rave about Survival Kit enough. I love this book. Haga gives us a married lesbian couple who have survived this apocalyptic world so far. What makes this amazing is that Kit is suffering from a neurodisease which impacts every area of her body, from pain to the touch, seizures, brain fog, exhaustion...see where I am going with this? Then there is another obstacle: Kit is in a wheelchair. Haga’s own experience gives this story realism because you know if she wrote it, then Kit can actual I cannot rave about Survival Kit enough. I love this book. Haga gives us a married lesbian couple who have survived this apocalyptic world so far. What makes this amazing is that Kit is suffering from a neurodisease which impacts every area of her body, from pain to the touch, seizures, brain fog, exhaustion...see where I am going with this? Then there is another obstacle: Kit is in a wheelchair. Haga’s own experience gives this story realism because you know if she wrote it, then Kit can actually do all of the things in the book. Holy sugar!! Survival Kit starts with Shadia and Kit getting ready to leave their apartment to get to a safer place. First obstacle? No electricity which means no elevator, something they actually forgot to think about when planning their journey. No worries though because Shadia is an amazing wife and they get out of there. Their struggles have only just begun because the zombies are not the only bad guys out there. Haga keeps the pace fast and at times harrowing. When I bragged about Shadia being amazing, wait until you meet Kit. Kit starts the story thinking that she will be a hindrance, but Kit has got badass inside her especially if you mess with her wife. This couple goes through hard times, but they support each other. In between survival scenes, Haga provides us with information as to how the zombies appeared and how Kit originally got ill. This is illuminating and eerie especially with the times we are living in. I will warn you that this is obviously a zombie story, therefore expect gore, blood, and death. Survival Kit is also a love story, a kick ass heroines tale, and a desperate action journey that leaves you holding your breath. I read this book in one sitting because I could not put it down. Did I say that I love this book? Oh yeah...sign me up for Haga’s survival team! I received an ARC of this book and I am writing a review without prejudice and voluntarily.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Marlene Sved

    Did not know what to think of this book when I first heard of it to be honest. Zombie-stories in itself is hard to pull of, and throwing some LGBD, interracial relationship and a wheelchair user with ME into the mix doesnt sound like making it any easier! So I had very mixed feelings before I started reading this, but guess what? It was good!! The zombies where more of a backdrop to the acctual story; a story of love between two spouses and what you will endure and do for the one you love. At th Did not know what to think of this book when I first heard of it to be honest. Zombie-stories in itself is hard to pull of, and throwing some LGBD, interracial relationship and a wheelchair user with ME into the mix doesnt sound like making it any easier! So I had very mixed feelings before I started reading this, but guess what? It was good!! The zombies where more of a backdrop to the acctual story; a story of love between two spouses and what you will endure and do for the one you love. At the same time it draws a realistic picture of the devastating illness Myalgic Encephalomyelitis. I stuggled for a while there acctually, because I recognise so many of the symptoms. That was surprisingly hard somehow. Anyhows; except some slow parts throughout the book it was a good read. The relationship between Kit and Shadia was really well written and tug on my heartstrings all throughout the book. Recommended 👌

  12. 4 out of 5

    lauraღ

    Shadia teased me for staying with grey and black, and I countered with having to be a raincloud so her rainbow could survive. That earned me a kiss.   This was such an engrossing, fascinating read, and I'm so so glad I gave it a try. My favourite book of the year (so far) was unexpectedly a horror, and so I wanted to continue to try out the genre and see what it has to offer. This is definitely unique; zombie apocalypse from the perspective of Kit, a disabled, wheelchair-using lesbian and her Shadia teased me for staying with grey and black, and I countered with having to be a raincloud so her rainbow could survive. That earned me a kiss.   This was such an engrossing, fascinating read, and I'm so so glad I gave it a try. My favourite book of the year (so far) was unexpectedly a horror, and so I wanted to continue to try out the genre and see what it has to offer. This is definitely unique; zombie apocalypse from the perspective of Kit, a disabled, wheelchair-using lesbian and her intensely devoted wife. In Norway! The POV and setting already make this very distinct, and then there's the fact that while this deals with zombies, I would almost call it realistic horror? Because the focus isn't on jump scares or grossness or death (although there's a fair amount of the latter two) but rather on survival. It's a painstaking look at what it would be like to survive in a dystopia where the dead are returning and you don't know which humans you can trust, and also, you have myalgic encephalomyelitis. The portrayal is based on the author's experience with the disease, and the details that she puts into this, all the little considerations that have to be made, all the simple things that become more difficult; it made this such a raw and harrowing read. But still, really good and really enjoyable.  It's not exactly a romance, because the couple is established at the beginning, and the focus is mostly on the travel and survival, but I adored the love story here. They're so devoted to one another and it's so lovely to read. Shadia is completely ride or die. Like any other married couple they have their ups and downs and spats but they're so loyal and devoted to one another. I loved it, gah. There are a few side characters and I really liked the roles they played. Lots of emotional moments that snuck up on me and affected me more than I'd have expected. The author also uses flashbacks to show us a bit about Kit and Shadia's life before, how she got diagnosed, the difficulty of living with a disability even when the apocalypse isn't happening. I'm never a huge fan of flashbacks, but these were deftly done! There are also little medical excerpts, which turned out to be a great way to deliver some exposition and world-building, instead of dumping it all in the story.  Listened to the audiobook as read by Khristine Hvam and  had a great time with it. She played both main parts really well and made this a super enjoyable listen. The writing was really simple, but I really enjoyed this for its realism and sweetness, amidst all the bleakness and horror. Kudos! Content warnings: (view spoiler)[death, gore, bodily function related grossness, cannibalism (hide spoiler)] .

  13. 5 out of 5

    Stine

    I was quite excited about this book, a zombie apocalypse in Norway with the main character with ME (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis)! Thanks to the author for giving me a review copy. A heroine in a wheelchair during a zombie apocalypse with increasingly more genius ways to travel as the plot kept moving forward. My favorite is definitely the skateboard and the gardening hoe. Go Kit! My other favorite thing being the romance in this book, it fits perfectly with the plot and is believable on all the le I was quite excited about this book, a zombie apocalypse in Norway with the main character with ME (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis)! Thanks to the author for giving me a review copy. A heroine in a wheelchair during a zombie apocalypse with increasingly more genius ways to travel as the plot kept moving forward. My favorite is definitely the skateboard and the gardening hoe. Go Kit! My other favorite thing being the romance in this book, it fits perfectly with the plot and is believable on all the levels that matter. The most important thing while reading a books is to see if it gives you that specific drive where you just keep turning pages not wanting to stop. And this book definitely gave me that. There’s a sense of urgency and you kind of just want the heroine and her girlfriend to be safe. ASAP. Because zombies? They can be terrifying. The ending of this books fits perfectly with the story. I really enjoyed it! I’ve read my share of zombie books, and I can always just go along for the ride with whatever reason the author has for the existence of zombies. Sometimes I want more information and sometimes I want less. I’m sorry to say that this book falls into the latter category. Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy knowing why some things are a certain way, but I think I would have liked this book more if there weren’t specific sections dedicated to the science of it. Some of it were necessary for the plot and could easily have been weaved into the story, but most of it felt a bit... disjointed maybe? Now, I also have a good friend with the ME diagnosis (though definitely not as severe) and I know her struggle with NAV, which made reading those bits a lot more personal. I feel for Kit. I definitely do. These are necessary parts to keep in the story and a part of Kit’s journey. My only wish is that they were a bit more fleshed out for the non-Norwegians readers out there, as I’m assuming that not every country have this particular system. Now the cultists? I’m definitely not a fan. As with every apocalypse story there will always be some crazy people doing crazy stuff, but their intense following of Kit and Shadia didn’t quite work for me. I’m glad that this particular storyline didn’t continue throughout the entire book. As with all books there are some parts that I enjoy and some parts that could use a bit of improvement. But the thing that I alway look for is an entertaining story and the drive that makes you turn the page. Big pluses for believable diverse characters. The book has all those things and more.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kima Blaze

    I'm not really into zombies. Sure, I've seen the popular shows and read a comic here and there, but I'm not a big fan of how many of them do the zombies these days. They are way OP. That said, I'm a friend of Anniken, and when she asked me to beta this book, I said yes. She's a good beta for me, and I wanted to return it. That means I know and care for the author. I still try not to let that affect my review. The fact is, this story isn't about zombies. Sure, they're there, but they're the backd I'm not really into zombies. Sure, I've seen the popular shows and read a comic here and there, but I'm not a big fan of how many of them do the zombies these days. They are way OP. That said, I'm a friend of Anniken, and when she asked me to beta this book, I said yes. She's a good beta for me, and I wanted to return it. That means I know and care for the author. I still try not to let that affect my review. The fact is, this story isn't about zombies. Sure, they're there, but they're the backdrop to the real story, which is about Kit and her relationships. Both to her wife, and to her sickness. I don't have ME, and other than Anniken, I don't know anyone with it, but this book did open my eyes in a way I'm not sure I wanted them opened. I am the partner of someone with a disability, and so I found this story to be at times triggering and at others supporting. The married couple felt real, and I saw situations and conversations I've had with my own partner. It was painful and real and great to see this in such a book, for while I'm sure there are contemporary books out there showing the same, I'm not big into contemporary, so knowing this stuff happens in other genres gives me hope. I really did like the writing as well. Haga has a way of pulling me into the scenes and feeling like I'm there. I could almost smell the city and feel the rotting flesh under my fingertips. And I was scared for the characters, for how could this book possibly have a happy ending? The characters were well fleshed out and belivable. And about the zombies; they were ok. Still more sci-fi than I prefer, but at least they were bound to scientific laws, unlike a lot of other pop-zombies these days. This is the only reason I'm not giving it 5/5 stars. I considered it, but I feel like that last star means things must be perfect in every way, and the zombies just weren't that for me.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kristin (kris_talks_books)

    Thank you to the author for the ARC of this book. 🌸 🔥 Wow! 🔥 I am a lover of all things zombies, and this book is one of the best ones I've come across! When it comes to the actual zombies, they are a new type of zombies for me. The author has made them in a really cool way! The book is filled with representation, a f/f couple and one of them has ME and is in a wheelchair. They are both badass women and meet the world and it's many challenges head on! Loved that it was from my home city as well.. 😊 All Thank you to the author for the ARC of this book. 🌸 🔥 Wow! 🔥 I am a lover of all things zombies, and this book is one of the best ones I've come across! When it comes to the actual zombies, they are a new type of zombies for me. The author has made them in a really cool way! The book is filled with representation, a f/f couple and one of them has ME and is in a wheelchair. They are both badass women and meet the world and it's many challenges head on! Loved that it was from my home city as well.. 😊 All in all a really good read, well written with loveable characters. ❤️

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Reaves

    "Read" via Audible. This was a different take on the zombie genre that I stumbled across. Not only did it involve lesbian characters but a disabled character. Having to fight for survival against a shamble of zombies (a shamble is the preferred term for a large group of zombies as requested by the living impaired) and crazed zealots wanting a breeding pool while in a wheelchair made the story fresh on a tired genre. Being a fan of zombie/ post apocalypse stories, I have often wondered how me and "Read" via Audible. This was a different take on the zombie genre that I stumbled across. Not only did it involve lesbian characters but a disabled character. Having to fight for survival against a shamble of zombies (a shamble is the preferred term for a large group of zombies as requested by the living impaired) and crazed zealots wanting a breeding pool while in a wheelchair made the story fresh on a tired genre. Being a fan of zombie/ post apocalypse stories, I have often wondered how me and my partner who has her own health difficulties would fair. This was a well written and exciting adventure not without it's moments that bring a tear to your eye. The author being intimately acquainted with the difficulties of the main character made the story even better. I hope she continues with her writing.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Rey Hawke

    This was very intense. Mostly focused on survival than a romance. Usually not something that I would read because it makes me a little stressed about the situations that the characters encounter. Good story.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Sandra

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  20. 4 out of 5

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  28. 5 out of 5

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  29. 5 out of 5

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  30. 5 out of 5

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  35. 4 out of 5

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  40. 5 out of 5

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