What was your favorite part of this book?

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Re: What was your favorite part of this book?

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I had a lot of favourite parts but my favourite part was how Kaarina defeated the people that were after her and Monty at the beginning. I’m picking this part because it made me realise I was going to have a great read!
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Post by Prince Oyedeji Oyeleke Jayeola »

How you were able to enjoy reading the book to the end is amazing. The errors in the book were too distractibg, but I like the post-apocalyptic scenes the most.
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I have several favorites, but my most distinctive one is when I watched the survivors create new nations out of the apocalypse rubble in this novel. It demonstrated the power of cooperation. They were able to put the past behind them as they rebuilt and began anew.
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The monsters in the book were amazing. I had the impression that the creator had to put some money into them. I enjoyed the apocalyptic setting of the book, and witnessing the reunion of the survivors gave me an unbelievable sense of togetherness.
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My favorite part might seem a little bit odd since it includes violent scenes. I honestly couldn't help but feel impressed by that part where Karina takes out the four men who were chasing after her and Monty. I feel like most of the time ladies go through threats and mistreatment because they can't defend themselves. Something that Karina does single-handedly.
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Post by Chris Rich Nwaka »

I started reading the book, but I found it difficult to continue because of the pretty stunning vulgarity in the very beginning of the book. As a result, I don't think I have a favorite section of this book.
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Post by Ajiferuke Ajibola »

My favorite part of the book is the rebuilding of five nations. I love the fact that the survivors did not dwell in the past but forged ahead in unity.
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