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2 Degrees
2 Degrees | Bev Prescott
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In the year 2092, climate change has transformed the face of Earth. Storms, disease, famine, thirst and war show no mercy on the living. Sharon Clausen, a self-reliant farmer, has a secret apple treea tree that keeps Sharon and her wife, Eve, fed. The only other people who know of her secret, or so she thinks, is Dr. Ryan, a long-time confidant, and his wife, Areva. Once a month, Sharon and Eve travel from Maine to Boston to trade apples with Dr. Ryan for Eves leukemia treatment. Everything suddenly changes when Eve is kidnapped and the Ryans are murdered. Sharon learns that her best kept secrets are known and coveted by a man known as the Strelitziaa coldly practical villain. Sharon sets out on a harrowing journey across North America to rescue Eve. Along the way, she teams up with an Inuit refugee boy, a stray dog named Erik the Red, an eccentric former school teacher, a jujitsu master, an Argentinian opera star, and a brilliant scientist who leads an alliance of eclectic people known as the Qaunik. Together, this ragtag group battle horrific storms, an unrelenting desert, terrifying criminal gangs, feral humans, and the Strelitzia. In the end, Sharon must face her greatest challengerisk all that she loves for something much greater than herself.
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AmCheri
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Loved it. Not preachy and not a romance. A dark, gritty eco-thriller with a kick-ass protagonist. Definitely Prescott‘s best book yet.

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AmCheri
2 Degrees | Bev Prescott
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Almost to the end. Been a gritty and good read!

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AmCheri
2 Degrees | Bev Prescott
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I love, love, LOVE this cover. Will start this one tomorrow. So looking forward to it!

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akckitty
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Unfortunately, this was not a post apocalyptic story that I got attached to. When her wife, Eve, is taken from her, Sharon sets out to find her. Encountering some interesting personalities along the way. Bev Prescott is great at setting up the plot / scenery to make you feel like you are there. But I felt that everything else lacked… I almost DNF this one. The story dragged on, and I‘m glad that it‘s over. 😕