ARC Review: Last Girls

Last Girls

Y’all.

Y’ALL.

Y’ALL.

THIS BOOK. Holy smokes this book. This action packed, edge of my seat, wild thriller of a ride was exactly what I needed to read. I live for survival stories and this will now forever be in my Top 5 Favorites. Not only is this a survival story, it centers around Doomsday Preppers, a topic I have not ever read about in books (especially YA) before. I could not get enough of it. If these seem like your cup of tea, then I highly recommend this book to you.

While the main focus/topic of the story would appear to be TEOTWAWKI (The End Of The World As We Know It), there is so much more going on, something deeper and intensely important: family. Bear with me, I know it sounds cheesy but it’s true. The Juniper sisters, Blue, Birdie, and Honey, have a bond that defies reason. These three are so fluid with each other – they know what the others are thinking and automatically know what they are supposed to do. It’s like poetry in motion.

As if talking about doomsday prepping, EDC (Every Day Carry) bags, end of the world, and secret compounds isn’t enough, this story really holds so much suspense and mystery. There is more to the Juniper sisters besides their unwavering bond. There are dark secrets where these three are concerned, they just don’t realize it. What is it about their past that someone doesn’t want brought to light? The only way for you to find out is to read this book and join me in fangirling Brodsky’s powerhouse novel.

4 thoughts on “ARC Review: Last Girls

  1. This book sounds good, and the cover art is absolutely gorgeous. I think I might have already added this to my ‘tbr’ list but before reading your review I forgot what it was about. I’ll keep my eye out for a copy, thanks! 🙂

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