January 13, 2016

#Review of We Are The Ants by Shaun David Hutchinson & #Giveaway via @simonteen

We Are the Ants
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Published By: Simon Pulse
Release Date: January 19th 2016
Genres: Young Adult, Science Fiction, GLTB
Pages: 464
Source:  ARC via Publisher
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Henry Denton doesn’t know why the aliens chose to abduct him when he was thirteen, and he doesn’t know why they continue to steal him from his bed and take him aboard their ship. He doesn’t know why the world is going to end or why the aliens have offered him the opportunity to avert the impending disaster by pressing a big red button. 

But they have. And they’ve only given him 144 days to make up his mind.

Since the suicide of his boyfriend, Jesse, Henry has been adrift. He’s become estranged from his best friend, started hooking up with his sworn enemy, and his family is oblivious to everything that’s going on around them. As far as Henry is concerned, a world without Jesse is a world he isn’t sure is worth saving. Until he meets Diego Vega, an artist with a secret past who forces Henry to question his beliefs, his place in the universe, and whether any of it really matters. But before Henry can save the world, he’s got to figure out how to save himself, and the aliens haven’t given him a button for that.




Shaun is a major geek and all about nerdy shenanigans. He is the author of The Deathday Letter, fml, and the forthcoming The Five Stages of Andrew Brawley. He can be reached at shaun@shaundavidhutchinson.com. He currently lives in South Florida with his partner and dog and watches way too much Doctor Who.

I really don't read GLTB books (just not my thing), I honestly really liked this book. It's a well-written book that deals with loss as a teen and hard choices. The story line was great and I really felt for Henry. I'm glad I didn't pass on this book.

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1 comments:

landofisolatedcreatures said...

I think I would press the button because the world needs saving, and life is quite valuable.

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