Wednesday, July 15, 2020

June’s Wild Flight by Max Brallier - ADVISABLE

June’s Wild Flight (Last Kids on Earth #6) by Max Brallier, 261 pages. Viking (Penguin Random House), 2020. $14.

Language: G (0 swears); Mature Content G; Violence: G



June gets separated from her friends, Dirk, Quint, and Jack.  She ends up in a town covered in Vine-

Thingies and new creatures.  June has to figure out how to get back to Wakefield, stay alive, and uncover information about the “Tower” that could be critical to the future of her post-apocalyptic world.

June gets a solo book in the Last Kids series. Though it would help to have read previous books, the set-up is quick and informative, so you could still jump into the storyline with this one.  June makes an intrepid heroine and we get more of her backstory.  The action is pretty much nonstop and the illustrations compliment the story nicely.  June’s Wild Flight promises a wild ride and readers will happily sail through it, especially if they are already fans of the Netflix series.

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