After jumping through the vertex after realizing the comet was a hologram, Alex is alone and without her anxiety medication in a foreign and futuristic world. But with truth becoming irrelevant, Alex struggles with finding her place in the world and spreading the fact that Earth was still alive.
Why this book?: I loved Consider, for it’s anxiety representation and the plot. I was VERY excited for this one, and jumped for the ARC.
I would like to thank the people at Jolly Fish Press for allowing me to have an ARC of this book via Netgalley.
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While out on a date with her boyfriend Dominick, a mysterious hologram and portal appear in front of the train that Alex and Dominick were riding. The entire earth’s population is given an ultimatum: enter through the vertexes around the world to the hologram’s world, or die on earth when a comet hits.
Why this book?: After witnessing Julia Ember (Author of Unicorn Tracks) read this novel, I just had to get my hands on it. Also, general anxiety disorder rep? Please!!