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By A Customer
This review is from: Random Acts of Senseless Violence (Paperback)
The best Womack book, this is the diary written by a 12-year-old middle-upper-class girl up since the world economy collapses. You're lead through her family's economic downfall and her psychological reactions in an undoubtedly exaggerated but nonetheless believable world. The girl herself is a great character, a true survivor, while the author achieves success in writing about hell in a dispassionate manner. I'd recommend it strongly to anyone who is a little pessimistic about the future.