JennieBasset

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The Way We Fall - Megan Crewe Disappointed with this one. What could have been a unique take on the virus-based apocalypse turned into a rather predictable, run-of-the-mill story. I didn't care for the journal format, the characters were largely forgettable, and I couldn't ever connect with the story or characters enough to get invested.I was pleased to see that the lead character took an active interest in credible scientific methodology and attempted to use her brain.