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Simma has 13 ratings and 4 reviews. Alannah said: *Free copy from the author in exchange for an honest review*A very enjoyable book. I have to say that.
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The one character I didn't really get at all was Young Moon's mother, there seemed to be a lot of affection from Young Moon towards her, yet no real indication of where it came from, I am therefore going to assume that it came from the 10 years that they survived the end of the world together, and perhaps something off screen that we didn't see happening. Overall this is a very good read, it really draws you in, and feels like an accurate suggestion of how mankind would react in this situation, which is a little bit worrying I must say! I'd recommend you read this one, and I am looking forward to reading the next book in this series!

Dec 30, Camellifolia Camellifolia rated it it was amazing. This is a facinating story about Earth's environmental devistation and possible continuation of life.


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The story is told by a child then young woman named Young Moon who tells the story through her eyes. It is well written and I loved it! May 22, JulieP rated it really liked it Shelves: A really fast, interesting read about what happens when one man takes the fate of the earth into his own hands, as told by his daughter.

Feb 27, Katriann rated it it was ok.

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I haven't read this for almost a year and I don't think I will finish it. I was quite interested in the story when I started reading it but at some point I just lost interest. I don't think there is anything wrong with the writing or the story. It's just been so long since I last read this book that I don't feel like getting back to it.

If I ever want to finish this book, I will probably start it from the beginning. Aug 12, Sarah rated it liked it Shelves: I was given an e-copy of this book in exchange for a fair review. Young Moon is a Korean protagonist in this dystopian themed story.

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She learns more about her parents as they mysteriously move from Korea to China and eventually the US. Young is forewarned in her drawings about impending doom but fails to yield to them. As a result, she fails to stop her father and his ambitions for the future of the human race.

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The results are catastrophic and her family struggles to su Disclaimer: The results are catastrophic and her family struggles to survive. There aren't too many asian female protagonists especially in the dystopian genre so I enjoyed the sprinkle of the Korean and Chinese culture in the book. It was fast paced and a quick read as well. What I didn't like: Young's gift of drawing circles and bringing images to life showed a lot of promise but it wasn't explored as much as I had hoped. In fact, omitting her gift entirely from the book probably wouldn't even change the plot.

Also, the father's character seemed unrealistic. His responses to her questions are way beyond the understanding of most average teenagers.

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I expected an entertaining fast paced story about an adventure with a non-Caucasian protagonist and it did not disappoint. The story is geared toward a tween-teen female reader. Aug 07, Alannah Clarke rated it really liked it Shelves: I thought it was interesting that the author saw that there was a gap in the science fiction genre for teenage girls. I thought the main character Young Moon was very mature for her age, it did not dawn until nearly the end of the book that this character is reflecting on her past memories, this was a very interesting way of laying out the plot-line.

Although I did not think there was much depth with other characters in the book, however this did not put me off at all. I cannot believe I read this book in less than a day, it was very interesting as I don't think I have read anything like this before. Return to Book Page. Preview — Simma by H. Simma Water Worlds 3 by H. Simma was sure she'd never see Sami again. Sef or Glyn, either.

She'd left Sami standing in the middle of the street in First Right nearly a year ago, and the boys had vanished without a trace long before that, or were chased from the tunnel by the Judge. Any mome Simma was sure she'd never see Sami again. Any moment, she felt, the walls would split and the whole of the mile-wide river would rush in and drown her.

Namid said she'd outgrow it but she was nearly sixteen and this feeling of dread only deepened in her. Then Sami came, as if in a dream, and told her to run! Through a catastrophe brought on by the sabotage of the hated Judge Trapmann, Simma falls in with a crowd of survivors bent on revenge against his cannibal army. Simma liked a good fight, especially when it meant bringing down a bully, but Sami told her to push on, and it was up to Simma to warn the Twelve Towns.

War was coming and worlds were at stake! Simma is a story of courage and discovery in an age of reconstruction, and is book 3 in the Water Worlds young adult science fiction adventure series. Be sure to read book 1 "Young Moon," and book 2 "Sami. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Simma , please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Aug 13, Alannah Clarke rated it really liked it Shelves: I have to say that I am really enjoying this series.

I feel like I can't get my thoughts straight about this book. I really liked the storyline which made it hard for me to put down.

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I read it in less than a day, thank you so much to HS. Ours for giving me the opportunity to review to review this excellent series. Water Worlds 3 Author: H S St Ours From: Dystopian, Young Adult Release Date: Goodreads - Amazon Simma has lived in the Tunnels her entire life, but now that her friend Sami has gone she isn't quite as satisfied as she was with the life.