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A Girl, The End of the World and Everything…

A Girl, The End of the World and Everything

by David Robbins

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From best-selling author David Robbins: A GIRL, THE END OF THE WORLD AND EVERYTHING What's a girl to do? Courtney Hewitt lived a perfectly ordinary life. She had her mom and dad and her brother and sister and some friends and a boy she liked. School mostly bored her but they made her go, so hey. Then several countries let fly with nuclear missiles and biological and chemical weapons, and her life was no longer ordinary. Now Courtney has chemical clouds and radiation and mutations to deal with. Not to mention the not-so-dead who feast on the living. A lot of people might give up, but not Courtney. A GIRL, THE END OF THE WORLD AND EVERYTHING When the going gets tough, the tough kick butt.

(retrieved from Amazon Tue, 11 Aug 2015 04:32:21 -0400)

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