Frost by M.P. Kozlowsky
Published October 11th 2016
Being human is her greatest strength.
Sixteen-year-old Frost understands why she’s spent her entire life in an abandoned apartment building. The ruined streets below are hunting grounds for rogue robots and Eaters.
She understands why she’s never met a human besides her father. She even understands why he forbids her to look for medicine for her dying pet. But the thing is, it’s not her real father giving the orders…
It’s his memories.
Before he died, Frost’s father uploaded his consciousness into their robot servant. But the technology malfunctioned, and now her father fades in and out. So when Frost learns that there might be medicine on the other side of the ravaged city, she embarks on a dangerous journey to save the one living creature she loves.
With only a robot as a companion, Frost must face terrors of all sorts, from outrunning the vicious Eaters…to talking to the first boy she’s ever set eyes on. But can a girl who’s only seen the world through books and dusty windows survive on her own? Or will her first journey from home be her last?
This book has a really cool concept but it was so slow and, in my opinion, poorly written. It was pretty
predicable and I didn’t connect with the characters at all. Everything seemed… plain. I really liked the concept though and there was a lot of cool ideas through out the book. But this book just wasn’t for me. Maybe if you’re not a critical reader, you’ll like this book a lot more than I did.