Today is my stop on the blog tour for The Reverse of Everything!
Title: The Reverse of Everything
Author: Tara Brown
Genre: YA Apocalyptic
Publication Date: March 11th, 2019
Hosted by: Lady Amber’s Reviews & PR
One day can change everything.
One day the world is a delicate balance.
The next day the balance is tipped.
And there is no bringing it back.
When everyone over a certain age dies, a group of young adults make a perilous journey across the US, in hopes of finding something beautiful or amazing.
Something to cherish as their last memory.
Because maybe they’re dying too.
And in the end, all we want is something to be grateful for.
And maybe for someone to remember us when we’re gone.
From the author of The Born Trilogy, The Last City of Men, and The Blood Trail Chronicles comes a story of friendship and love, even as the world is ending.
This is a standalone novel.
Heartbreaking. I think if I had to sum The Reverse of Everything up into one word, that’s the word I would use. It creates the question, if you knew when you were going to die, what would you do?
Tara Brown’s writing is incredible. This is my first book by her, but it definitely won’t be the last. I’m in awe at the world she has created, the feelings she was able to draw from me as a reader, and the complex characters she has penned.
The Reverse of Everything is one of those books you should try to head into without knowing much about it, so I won’t anything away with this review. I highly recommend checking this out, but get your tissue box ready.
I believe growing up in a really small town gives a person a little advantage when it comes to the imagination. You need one or you go mad.
Needless to say, mine saved me. After it got me into trouble first, that is. That’s the problem with a vivid imagination, all the lies you tell.
I am happily married with two daughters.
I have two giant dogs, two savage cats, and a penchant for a glass of red.
Also, I drag my bread through the sauce. I can’t help myself, bread is life.
According to my age, I am meant to be a responsible adult, but it isn’t going well at all. I would still head off to Hogwarts tomorrow and I suspect there isn’t a single wardrobe I haven’t crept into, hoping to find the door to Narnia. And don’t even get me started on the King’s Road, I get lost.
Fortunately, I am an international bestseller so I have wormed my way into a quirky or eccentric category.
Thank God for that.
I am represented by Natalie Lakosil from the Bradford Literary Agency and am published traditionally with Montlake Romance.
Follow the blog tour:
Jessica Rachow (Review)
Jazzy Book Reviews (Promo)
Lady Amber’s Reviews & PR (Review)
Bookstruck Books and Other Loves (Promo)
My Books-My World (Promo)
YA/NA Book Divas (Promo)
I Read Indie (Review)
Read, Write, Inspire (Interview)
Let me know what you think!