The End: Five Queer Kids Save the World

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Prizm, 2010 - Fiction - 268 pages
5 Reviews
When World War Three breaks out, seventeen-year-old Julia is on a school trip to Amsterdam, while fourteen-year-old Marly is trapped in a prison for delinquent girls. They both discover magical amulets, and try their best to save themselves and those around them. But it looks like their best will not be enough, as nuclear war threatens the survival of the human race. On her journey home to New York, Julia is joined by three other queer teens and the mysterious and alluring Ginger; lipstick lesbian Vikki; and five-thousand-year-old Skilly, who has an amulet that grants him eternal life. When Julia and Marly meet, they are immediately attracted to each other. But romance has to take a back seat as the five friends learn the true powers of the amulets. Can they travel through time to save the world from total destruction?

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User Review  - Samantha Boyette - Goodreads

This was one of those books that once I started it I could barely put it down. I was immediately pulled into the story and concerned for all the characters. I'm not sure what it was that made me like ... Read full review

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User Review  - Erin - Goodreads

I graciously won a free copy from first reads giveaway! This book is about a handful of adolescents who have to save the world from an evil god. This was a very easy read and finished the book within ... Read full review

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