Other than a few typos (i.e. '...but it as if we were forgotten..."), and a few contradictions (i.e. 'There were no manmade structures to be seen, save for the tall, ruined skyscrapers...' -- well, they may be in ruins, but there are manmade and seen) it really was a well-written book.
The only issue was how slow and boring this dystopian work was. The dialogue, while not horrible, was a little too...I'm struggling to find the right word. Neat? Tidy? Well done, but not realistic? Again, it wasn't badly written, just not the way real people talk to each other.
There was a plot that was more unique than most of this type, but it dragged too much to be as exciting as it should have been.
Extremely well written, exceptionally dull and macabre
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