Mar 30, 2011

Review: The Water Wars by Cameron Stracher

The Water Wars by Cameron Stracher
Genre: Fiction 
Publisher: Sourcebooks Fire
Released: January 1, 2011
Kindle Edition 256 pages

Goodreads Summery
Vera and her brother, Will, live in the shadow of the Great Panic, in a country that has collapsed from environmental catastrophe. Water is hoarded by governments, rivers are dammed, and clouds are sucked from the sky. But then Vera befriends Kai, who seems to have limitless access to fresh water. When Kai suddenly disappears, Vera and Will set off on a dangerous journey in search of him-pursued by pirates, a paramilitary group, and greedy corporations. Timely and eerily familiar, acclaimed author Cameron Stracher makes a stunning YA debut that's impossible to forget.

"Let us pray that the world which Cameron Stracher has invented in The Water Wars is testament solely to his pure, wild, and brilliant imagination, and not his ability to see the future. I was parched just reading it."-Laurie David, academy award winning producer of An Inconvenient Truth, and author of The Down to Earth Guide to Global Warming
My Thoughts

Something absolutely new. That's the first thing that struck me when I started this book. 

It's not that long something unique and gripping from the beginning.

Though I did have some trouble when chapters jumped from one without much transferability.

I give thiiiiiis

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