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Steal Tomorrow by Ann Pino

When her parents died in a global pandemic, seventeen-year-old Cassie Thompson thought her biggest problem was finding her next meal. But “Telo” is a virally-transmitted genetic disease that targets adults, and no one is immune. Surviving to adulthood isn’t looking very good as her city succumbs to food shortages, sanitation problems, and gang violence. When Cassie accepts an invitation to . . .

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STEAL TOMORROW

Post-apocalyptic, but far from disastrous.

By Stormy, editor, author of Require: Cookie

Aug 21, 2008: (Review written after reading chapters 1-2.1)

At this stage, there isn’t much to judge on – the story really is just beginning – there’s obviously a huge backstory (some of which is explained in bonus material).

The style and voice are solid, and there are no pacing problems as yet – the author seems eager to get the plot going as quickly as possible.

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STEAL TOMORROW

Worth Following

By Sebs, member

Sep 20, 2008: Let me start by saying that I’m a sucker for post-apocalyptic fiction.

Unfortunately, so are a lot of other folks; the majority of post-ac fiction is pretty trashy, cliched by nature, and boring. Steal Tomorrow is a pleasant exception – mostly.

It’s definitely engaging, and avoids many of the pitfalls of post-ac web fiction. It’s not too prone to purple prose, and the (17 year old?) protagonist is not portrayed as much [more . . .]

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