Sugar Scars PDF/EPUB Î Paperback

Ck from But one survivor a nineteen year old girl requires than simple food water and shelter As a type 1 diabetic her body desperately needs insulin to stay alive With civilization gone no one manufactures it any She hoards all the insulin she can find but every day mar.

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[EPUB] ✸ Sugar Scars By Travis Norwood – Soccerjerseys-wholesale.co Living after the apocalypse really isn’t that hard for most of the survivors The virus killed all but 1 in 10000 The few remaining people are left in a world of virtually unlimited resources GroceryLiving after the apocalypse really isn’t that hard for most of the survivors The virus killed all but 1 in 10000 The few remaining people are left in a world of virtually unlimited resources Grocery stores overflowing with food and drink Thousands of empty houses to pi.

Sugar Scars PDF/EPUB Î Paperback

Sugar Scars PDF/EPUB Î Paperback

10 thoughts on “Sugar Scars

  1. Kristen Burns Kristen Burns says:

    Sugar Scars PDF/EPUB Î Paperback sugar pdf, scars pdf, Sugar Scars ePUB25 StarsReviewI’m going to start by talking about the good things in the book the best being that the disability representation was fantastic The premise alone—a girl with Diabetes trying to make her own insulin in a post apocalyptic world—was great and although I can’t be sure the portrayal of the disability seemed accurate There were lots of little mentions about living with Diabetes like how she had to meticulously plan her meals and injections to make sure her blood sugar and insulin levels stayed balanced how she ha


  2. Allison Allison says:

    Sugar Scars PDF/EPUB Î Paperback sugar pdf, scars pdf, Sugar Scars ePUBReceived via Netgalley in exchange for an honest reviewOY VEY OK here's the takeaway this is a great idea for a story I actually enjoyed reading it The pacing is great It's totally original The world building is superb Yet it made me feel kind of icky The premise definitely something I haven't encountered before I have to give the author props for that Sugar is in her early twenties and one of the few people who are immune to a virus that has killed all but 1 in 9600 people The problem is she's diabetic and has to figure out how to make her own insulin or die after what she's stockpiled expires I'm giving this 25 stars and not rounding up because of the


  3. Polenth Blake Polenth Blake says:

    Sugar Scars PDF/EPUB Î Paperback sugar pdf, scars pdf, Sugar Scars ePUBSugar is a type 1 diabetic When a virus kills most of the world's population she hoards all the insulin she can find But insulin can't be stored forever To survive she's going to have to make her ownThere will be some discussion of sexual assault in this review though no graphic descriptionsThe basic premise is something that appealed to me It's a different kind of post apocalyptic survival as it deals with how to get something that requires a society to produce This part is handled well enough Sugar's diabetes is something she constantly has to remember by monitoring her blood sugar and food intake Producing insulin also isn't something she can do alone It requires a community Though there are people who use society's collapse to do bad things most of the survivors are simply trying to live their lives and help each other out This is realistic as most people don't actually turn into serial killers the moment a d


  4. Bar Reads Bar Reads says:

    Sugar Scars PDF/EPUB Î Paperback sugar pdf, scars pdf, Sugar Scars ePUBA diabetic in the post virus apocalypse The type of diabetes that needs injections and constant monitoring She had plenty of insulin but it will expire so she tries to make her own Sounds simple but it isn't She has a name but she doesn't like it So in the time it takes her to come up with one people start calling her sugar Kind of like Courtney Love got her last name I have heard of this story a thousand times before What's different this time? Not much unfortunately It's written from one single first person narration as a journal she keeps Sugar is a bit anti social She likes being alone and she loves her freedom Like me So I liked the character on a certain level because I understood her On other levels this character is unbelievable Her detachment from the loss of lives around her is explained by her losing her parents early on and being a f


  5. Christy Christy says:

    Sugar Scars PDF/EPUB Î Paperback sugar pdf, scars pdf, Sugar Scars ePUBI very much enjoy reading post apocalyptic and dystopian fiction and Sugar Scars offered a unique motivation for our protagonist Our 19 year old protagonist who hates her name so much she refuses to tell us it and prefers the nickname Sugar is used to coping An orphan fresh out of the foster system she's been managing her Type 1 diabetes all her life and the biggest problem with a superflu wiping out the majority of the population of the world isn't food water or electricity It isn't coping with the death of loved ones and friends it's not roving gangs and evil raiders it's simply finding the medication she needs insulin


  6. SerialReader SerialReader says:

    Sugar Scars PDF/EPUB Î Paperback sugar pdf, scars pdf, Sugar Scars ePUBI don't like to write a bad review mainly because I respect the author's work but this book is testing me Sugar Scars is sold as a post apocaliptic novel about a nineteen year old diabetic girl who needs insulin to survive after a lethal virus killed almost the entire population in the United States Not too bad if you like the genre and I doUnfortunately the ma


  7. Laura Laura says:

    Sugar Scars PDF/EPUB Î Paperback sugar pdf, scars pdf, Sugar Scars ePUBThis is either a three star or a three and a half star I have not decided I want to rate it higher but I have a few nit picks that don't let meFirst let me say it did keep me engaged I did want to know what was going to happen next Some things I guessed others I did not And a


  8. Manvinder Manvinder says:

    Sugar Scars PDF/EPUB Î Paperback sugar pdf, scars pdf, Sugar Scars ePUBI received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review I think this book was average at it's best The apocalyptic genre itself is very in trend right now however I feel this book was of a personal story told through the eyes of a type 1 diabetic girl on a quest for insulin to survive I would've liked it if the supporting characters were fleshed out a bit and made complex instead of just introducing them and then leaving them to go their own ways I'd say my only exception was John thoughOverall an okay book with some interesting original ideas but failed to really hit the mark for me


  9. Hectaizani Hectaizani says:

    Sugar Scars PDF/EPUB Î Paperback sugar pdf, scars pdf, Sugar Scars ePUBThis was in a Humble or Story Bundle and it ended up being my random pick to read Unfortunately I didn't know until I was done that the author credits Orson Scott Card as one of his biggest influences Yeah there's thatThe premise was awesome What would a diabetic do after the apocalypse? Manufactured insulin is going to expire eventually The protagonist goes on a quest to figure out how to manufacture it so she can stay aliveThe author is obviously a man and misogynistic Probably a Christian and Republican I'm getting a mansplaining vibe Yeah I'm judging but there are whole sections in the book where the female main character has an internal dialogue that makes her sound like a nun in the 1950's The men in the US are all good barring one but the men in foreign countries like


  10. Sean Sean says:

    Sugar Scars PDF/EPUB Î Paperback sugar pdf, scars pdf, Sugar Scars ePUBI enjoyed the book overall for the different take on the post apocalypse with having to deal with a serious illness with limited supplies The only real thing that bother


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