Clearly there's a sequel in the works, but I kind of resented having the cliff-hanger come where it does. I felt there was no pay-off for having read all the way to the end.
Not unless there was more to the story and it actually had a resolution, instead of ending right in the middle of the climax.
This book was pretty depressing and it took a very long time for me to root for the main character. Just when she begins to show some heroism, the book ends. The whole book seemed like a first act, and the moment the first plot point came, it ended. I don't think I'll care enough to purchase a sequel.
It also seemed clumsy in some ways. It would have read better if they had just used real words for things: kitchen instead of "eating space," bathroom instead of "washing up area," etc.
I realize the authors were trying to make a point about the consequences of the real Agenda 21, but they may have over-reached to the extent that it made the story seem too far-fetched and unrelatable. That may have caused them to miss the opportunity to raise awareness about Agenda 21 and how it is already beginning to happen in our lifetime.
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