TAB Review (Sep. 1): More Than This by Patrick Ness

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More about the bookGr 10 Up-Seth remembers dying. His remembers splitting his head on the rocks and drowning. But now he is awake again, naked and lost in his old home in England. Seth wanders the empty, desolate streets of town, eating spoiled food, looking for any signs of life, finally considering he may very well be in his own personal hell. When he attempts to sleep, his dreams are filled with vivid memories of despair. The memories are so terrible, in fact, that he begins to prefer this new world over the dreams, awful as it is. He’s thinking about trying to end it all when he hears a car engine roar to life.  A few sexual situations and mild language make this appropriate for slightly older teens. [School Library Journal Review]

Other books by this author:  Chaos Walking series


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