Death by Eggnog nailed the Christmas elements. The Christmas references all felt natural, and I had no trouble believe that Krissy really was navigating the Christmas season, with all it's snowy goodness. I read this book when summer had yet to dissolve fully into fall... and found myself wishing that it would start to snow so that I could have that Christmas snow feeling in real life. I was literally sitting in shorts dreaming of snow. *slow clap* Well done Erickson. Well done.
Publisher: Apex Books Genre: YA/Sci-Fi Release date: June 13, 2017 Pages: 300 The future is a world where life is now possible on Mars. Transportation between planets is still difficult and expensive, but it is possible. It turns out, however, that life on Mars isn't all it's cracked up to be. Nanoannie dreams of the society… Continue reading Review: Mars Girls by Mary Turzillo