"This is a story about love.
"It's also a story about hate, which is why I left New York in the first place. You don't fly halfway across the world to live with a bunch of people you never met, just for a laugh.
"I guess if I'd known where it was all going to lead, I might have thought twice about stepping onto that plane. I might have worried a little more about Edmond being my cousin.
"And me being 15.
"But I didn't. And in the end, those things didn't matter as much as you think they would.
"In the end, the world had bigger things to worry about than us."
©2005 Meg Rosoff; (P)2005 Random House, Inc. Listening Library, an imprint of the Random House Audio Publishing Group
"This riveting first novel paints a frighteningly realistic picture of a world war breaking out in the 21st century....Like the heroine, readers will emerge from the rubble much shaken, a little wiser and with perhaps a greater sense of humanity." (Publishers Weekly)
Very convincing characters. I felt like I was right there with them through all the adventures. An interesting take on how war brings out character and hope in people.
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