The last thing Susie expected on the morning after the apocalypse was watermelons. The last thing that Na'ima expected was that one day she would be flying to Mars. But will there be watermelons on Mars?
A collection of three short stories from Debbie Manber Kupfer, author of the P.A.W.S. series.
©2015 Debbie Manber Kupfer (P)2015 Debbie Manber Kupfer
Yes, Definitely! Beautifully relatable; inviting the reader deep within her details. A deliciously short Sci Fi. Main character development poignant and what would any life be without a pet?
I am the newest fan to this genre! All other selections will have to meet her high standards to earn my loyalty.
This is my first audio book. Where have I been? Ms. Bossio's ability to earn a listener's devotion is a no brainer.
Yes, confirmation of my own spiritual journey. It could have been me she was describing in the internal discussion of the Atheist/Christian/Muslim debates.
I am thrilled to have won this amazing audio book in a contest, sponsored by BraintoBooks Cybercon, 2017. I congratulate Ms. Mamber Kupfer on her masterpiece-Laura Kester Duerrwaechter, Mary Esther, FL, USA.
I thought it was told in an interesting manner through a series of vignettes. I don't usually listen to or read science fiction books. But, I found I really enjoyed this one. It was a quick listen and I found that I was invested in each section of the story. Though it's short, there was still plenty of character development. If, like me, you do not usually find yourself reading books like this, give it a try anyway.
Time well-spent? Not really but then again, I have developed my reading to be more sexy and romantic. This was definitely directed towards young adults.
Probably to children. :)
Well, she has a British accent and that made it entertaining to listen too.
Not for me.
I enjoyed this short very much and on many levels. A good sci fi tale.
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