Book: Jezelda by Ben Boyarkocategories: Book, Climate Change, Dystopian Fiction, Cowgirl Witch, Action Hero Classic, Desert, Genuine, Monster, Anti-Grit, Science Fiction
Ben Boyarkoabout this book: Jezelda is a book about a cowgirl in a post climate change future. Also she happens to be a witch. All she really wants is to be a hero, to help out in whatever way she can... but... most of the time, she just makes matters worse.
In this future of climate change, the Earth has stabilized itself by forming weather bands, and the United States has morphed into a heavily policed City Corridor on the border between those bands. And for some reason there are monsters everywhere, especially outside of the City. Now some people say that just because the world gets all wrecked up with climate change, that doesn't mean that there would be monsters all over the place.
My only response to that is: C'mon... You know there's monsters all over already.
This book is a part of that new and growing genre of young adult fiction for everyone. With more adult content, and more curse words, than the average young adult fare, it's still a quick read, action packed, and full of feeling.
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