Anna Semykina Semykina itibaren الرمثية Suudi Arabistan
This is an amazing novel that takes place in a futuristic dystopian world. On a beach filled with rusting oil tankers is where we meet the main character - a teenage boy named Nailer. Nailer works on a light crew to strip the broken ships of their precious metals in order for him to make quota and manage to survive another day. Living in a hand-to-mouth situation with an abusive father is Nailer's harsh reality, and Nailer would do almost any thing to get out of it. When a 'City-Killer' hurricane lands on the beach, an accident allows for Nailer to find one of the beautiful 'clipper' ships beached on the shore. As Nailer begins to search the vessel for valuables he stumbles across a lone survivor- a wealthy, beautiful girl - Nita. This leaves Nailer torn, should he choose to strip the ship and get rich, or should he rescue Nita and hope that by saving her he will find a better life. This novel highlights the choices that are made in a world were poverty rules, and were oil has been replaced by the needs of people. With unexpected plot twists this book will draw you into a world of pain, hunger and hope - were the choices that you make decide your future.
I love Dev and was really glad to see him get his own story. However the story was needlessly complicated and I am really tired of Kenyon throwing four or five new characters into every book with little to no background or relevance in an obviouse attempt to keep the series going. I havent read the last five or so and only read this because it was dev.