FOG CITY by Simone Pond – BOOK REVIEW

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FOG CITY

Author: Simone Pond

Type of Book: eBook

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Genre: Post-Apocalyptic Young Adult Fiction

Release Date:

Publisher: Ktown Waters

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

This short story is part of Simone Pond’s Voices of the Apocalypse series. There are ten stories in this series.

Samantha Crawford was supposed to be at work. Her job was PR and she was good at it. However, on this particular day she and a male coworker, named Crow, had snuck out of work to meet at a dive bar and play dominoes.

Samantha was in love with Crow, but too scared of rejection to let him know.

She receives a priority message from the CEO of her PR firm that changes her entire life.

Will she tell Crow how she feels or will she let her fear of rejection dictate her life? And, what exactly did the message say? And how will affect the rest of her life?

Once again Simone Pond has written a story with strong characters and a spell-binding storyline. What this story lacks in length is more than made up for with depth.

Simone Pond has that rare talent to immediately draw her readers into the world she has created.

I rate FOG CITY as 5 out of 5 stars. ⭐⭐⭐⭐

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Simone Pond is an award-winning author of dystopian fiction. Her current series includes The City Center, The New Agenda, The Mainframe, and The Torrent. She also has a short story series called Voices of the Apocalypse.

She grew up in Kensington, Maryland – a small town just outside of Washington D.C. As a young girl, she loved writing in her journal and making up stories, but after reading S.E. Hinton’s The Outsiders, everything changed. Amazed that a woman could write so convincingly from a teenage boy’s perspective, Pond became determined to become a writer as well.

Pond currently lives in Los Angeles with her husband and their Boston Terrier. Follow her blog at Simone Says… http://www.simonesaysblog.com

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