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Old 02-01-2013, 11:25 AM   #21
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Kafkaesque
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If you want a different kind of dystopia that has some of the same fast-paced immediacy that Hunger Games has...Susan Ee's Angelfall is good. The apocalypse here is that Angels have invaded Earth and basically brought it to ruin in a matter of days, enslaving the human race and making the world their own. It's about a girl named Penryn trying to find her little sister, who's been taken by Angels.

I liked the book a lot.

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