H2O by Virginia Bergin Book Review!

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This book caught my eye one day while shopping at Target and I'm so glad I bought it. It took me about a week or two to read this since I am pretty busy. I loved the concept of the story and the book cover. I love apocalyptic/dystopian novels so this was a must read for me.

This book is about a girl named Ruby. She's at a party at her friend's house hanging out with her crush and a hot tub when the killer rain starts. As a story progressive she's trying to figure out if her crush Caspar home she could for the first time survived if her parents have survived her little brother and her step dad. Her friend's mother dropped her off at home everything seemed fine but they think that she might be infected they don't quite know how this works the rain has not touched her but they don't know that so they quarantine her into a room. After a day or so, she's let out once they figure out that she's safe. This is where everything begins to get pretty intense I won't spoiled book but she's encountered some challenges she has to kind of fend for herself so she's out in the world alone trying not to get a single raindrop on her. The rain is poison, it kills, and she's in survival mode. Ruby has a funny and sarcastic personality. She seems to be in the middle of being an introvert and extrovert which clearly shows in the book.

Throughout her journey of survival in this new apocalyptic world, she meets a few people she finds someone that she knows from school and forms a friendship with him. They go on this journey together to try to find her dad. When she finds Darius Spratt, he's with a little girl that they named princess because the little girl doesn't talk. They have no idea who she belongs to or what her name is. After a few weeks, they find some survivors and in the midst of it all, they lose each other. Until they encounter some men in fatigue whom they just found out are the Army.

During this journey she grows up and becomes stronger emotionally as she keeps getting weaker physically. Overall I give this book a 5 out of 5 stars I love that the author used water - the most essential thing to us - as the enemy. I highly recommend this book I cannot wait for the second one which is called the storm to come out because once it does I will be buying it. So if you read this book or plan on reading this book leave me a comment below!

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