Kirkus Reviews likes The Boy at the End of the World

Hey, Kirkus Reviews (self-identified as “The World’s Toughest Book Critics” and known by authors as a source for ouches) likes The Boy at the End of the World:

Part speculative fiction, part cinematic survival adventure, the novel features a brisk pace and clever and snappy dialogue. The real, scary possibility of human destruction of our own environment is tempered by this diverting tale of the possibilities of continued existence and the meaning of hope, friendship and community.

Full review here.

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