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Bad Girls Book Club Letter A #atozchallenge

Welcome to the Blogging from A to Z Challenge!

During the challenge I’ll keep posts short and quickly readable
to allow you time to visit as many blogs as possible.

Ready?

Let’s go!!

Today’s letter is

A

The Book

The Aftermath by Jen Alexander

The Aftermath by Jen Alexander

Our first bad girl is Claudia.
She lives in a post apocalyptic Nashville in which survival is difficult. Predictably,
she discovers that her survival is part of a game called The Aftermath. I know, it sounds a
bit like a combo of Hunger Games and Divergent. But I like the idea of girl survivors so
let’s hope Bad Girl Claudia survives.

What will she do to survive?

Come back tomorrow for our next Bad Girls Book Club.

By Pam

My passion is advocating for diversity in children's and YA literature.

46 replies on “Bad Girls Book Club Letter A #atozchallenge”

Hello from the A to Z Challenge! I’ve read through both the Hunger Games series and the Divergent series… so this might be up my alley.

Greetings from the A-Z Challenge. I don’t read a lot of fiction and considering I re-read “Winnie The Pooh” this week to write a letter to AA Milne, I’m probably in a zone all of my own. Enjoy the challenge xx Rowena

When I was younger I used to love dystopian fiction, these days I prefer more escapist topics πŸ™‚ Nevertheless Claudia sounds like a feisty young lady.
Tasha
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I’m so not into dystrophia. I know that’s not a popular opinion, but I feel that what you put out into the universe is what you get. I don’t want Pollyanna, but I do want uplifting and hopeful.

There is nothing wrong with what you like CL. There are times when i like an uplifting book as well.

Maybe this is one of those, “If you liked Divergent and Hunger Games, try… Aftermath!”

It’s going on my TBR. πŸ™‚

I haven’t read the books but I’ve enjoyed the movies so maybe it’s time I add them to my to-read list. I will check out Aftermath too. I can see this A to Z Challenge is going to keep me busy making notes from all the cool stuff I am learning! Happy April 1.

Maybe it will be better than either of those books?
Does the Aftermath have to do with country music? Because I don’t think I would survive that…

I love having a strong woman as a protagonist. As an older chick, I notice and feel how women how so much of the women’s movement has yet to happen.

WE have come so far but there is still quite a ways to go. for sure.

There are quite a few strong women in novels I have read recently. These days I think more of the guys need a leading lady to lead them. I like that things are more equal in fiction.

Thanks for visiting Parul from the the other side of the world!

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