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The plotline is steady and the dialog and actions believable. There is a lot of foreshadowing, but this helps us to adjust to and believe in the fantasy. There is no unnecessary or stilted dialog, instead it helps us to really understand the characters.
I stayed up far too late to finish reading this book because I just had to know what was going to happen next. As a good reader, I had some theories, but the author nicely throws some twists in with the expected. I cannot wait to read the sequel!
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Visitors are no longer allowed in schools. Staff and students enter the building by the door closest to their classroom to avoid being in the hallways or “public” spaces any more than necessary. (Before they even arrive, the school buses have assigned seats by families, spaced out as far as possible, or they are dropped off at school in personal vehicles. We’re too rural for most of our families to walk.) When you walk into the school building (through the door closest to where you are going), you must sign in and take your temperature & attest that you have no Covid symptoms.
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A few years ago a friend of mine asked me to run a half marathon (13.1 miles) with him. He … More
We’re quickly rushing out of October into November. The calendar may say we’re in the middle of fall, but realistically (as the snow falls every few days) we’re at the end of autumn. Time for our seasonal accountability. Autumn is filled with a lot of tasks that happen every year for us regardless of whether we say we are homesteaders or not.