Multi-volume author, A. E. Faulkner introduces us to her third book in the Nature’s Fury series, “Devastation Erupts”:
I’ve finally got my sister back. Now, if we can just catch up with our friends and find a way home...it’s only 300 miles away.
When we’re offered a deal that seems to include everything we need to get home, the only choice is to accept. Never mind that the cost is our silence, along with taking a slight excursion along the way.
The clock is ticking and we’re sworn to secrecy. Can we reach home in time and keep our promises?
The road ahead is nowhere near easy. Tag along with Quinn and Riley as they attempt to reach their safe haven before Devastation Erupts.
This third volume is a great extension of this series. These characters have their highs and lows, wins and losses. The losses are bigger and hit more often than the wins, unfortunately for them.
The sisters are finally reunited and very happily so. They barely have a chance to catch up before yet another problem appears.
The author has done a good job of preserving the first-person point of view for Quinn. I love the intimacy that it brings to the story. No head hopping here, the author is quite expert at maintaining the purity. The author has also kept a certain amount of humor in the story as well, which is good; otherwise, it might be too depressing. Seriously, everything that can possibly go wrong does. About the only thing that hasn’t happened yet is being savaged by a pack of raging Chihuahuas.
The dialogue is good, the action is almost non-stop, POV is held quite well, descriptions are just right and scene setting is excellent. You are going to love this book! I award 4.9 stars to “Devastation Erupts”; the score would have been higher except for the handful of spelling errors I found.
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Tags: Dystopian, fiction, coming of age, science fiction, YA, climate, catastrophe, family, relationship
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