The Last Girl on Earth by Alexandra Blogier

I really enjoyed this a lot, even if I found it very similar to other YA sci-fi, especially that book about the girl who lives with the special tribe in the arctic and it turns out that the rest of the world was still existing and they didn’t know it (*After the Beginning and Until the End by Amy Plum.) Or Beth Revis’s Across the Universe.

I enjoyed the vision of the future, but as a human on Earth did find it troubling that basically aliens eradicated us because we were so awful and then used our planet for themselves. I liked that conflict of them being so advanced and intelligent and wise, and yet they also were kind of space thugs and colonists. I’d like to hear from life on the other planets and see what they thought of these people.

I liked the ending and the setup for the sequel

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