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Empty 978 0 545 17278 3I m a greenie in good standing I know the difference between recycled content and post consumer recycled content I avoid petroleum based products as much as possible and I drive as little as possible Even if I hadn t been interested in doing these things for my own health and the health of the planet it s been good sense to wean off of petroleum products ever since the market started demonstrating just how volatile it really is So I m all in favor of a good dystopia novel that can drive home just how dependent America is on oil and how dangerous that dependency can be but Empty by Suzanne Weyn is NOT that novel The writing in this novel is atrocious major plot points are summarized at the ends of each chapter with newspaper articles that sound fake unrealistic and rushed as if the author couldn t be bothered to edit them properly before going to print The entirety of the novel is told from the point of view of several teenage everymen characters all of whom sound identically bland and the action of the novel unfolds by having supporting characters literally walk up to them on the street and lecture them about how dependent we are on gasoline and why the world is rapidly going to heck in a handbasket The cardinal rule of writing Show don t tell is broken on every single page of this novel for instance in order to demonstrate how the hot water in our pipes relies on gasoline to heat it we do NOT see a character wash her hair and get a nasty surprise when the water is ice cold No instead we have a character announce that she s going to wash her hair so that another character can TELL her that the plan won t work and why not This is boring unimaginative and reads like a badly written religious tractEmpty is set ten years from now but the author seems not to understand what this might entail She seems to want a story where everything is going along fine and then BAM gasoline shortages but this would mean that either 1 the story would have to be longer in order to really explore the concept of petroleum shortages or 2 uite a lot of the shortages would have to be jettisoned from the plot entirely You see if all oil were gone tomorrow we wouldn t immediately run out of shampoo there s a lot stored up in warehouses waiting to be sold but the characters of Empty must run out of shampoo immediately after the novel starts so the reader is flat out told that the high school girls have been hoarding shampoo and nail polish for awhile now In the same vein electricity rationing has been going on in town if only because people can t afford to run the heat and AC constantly But if rationing has been going on for some time why does the sudden blackout slam the characters into complete dumbfounded confusion Where are the candles and the non petroleum shampoo One step further where are the candle making euipment and the shampoo home recipes Why does everyone in the area have a gasoline or lithium powered generator but no one has ever even HEARD of a manual or wind powered generator And why WHY do all the teenagers have holographic cell phones that they use constantly What s most frustrating about Empty is the lost potential I d LOVE to see a dystopia novel where everyone breaks out their vague memories of Little House on the Prairie and of childhood boy scout lessons and then people start experimenting with boiling water on the charcoal grill for bathwater and figuring out how to cook food in their fireplace but all we ever get from Empty is lectures masuerading as dialogue teenagers crushing on each other and everyone being completely clueless and helpless It s strange and inhuman to see half the people in town unable to get to work or school because it s too far to walk and no one even MENTIONS the possibility of bicycles not even as a handwave to support the plot as in wow it s too bad all the bicycles were destroyed in the Great Two Wheeled Cataclysm of 2020 at least not until everyone is shepherded into New Utopia Village where everything is clean and self sustained and bicycles are magically dispensed from a company grant I m really not making this upWords really cannot describe how disappointed I am with this book Everything about this book the characters the way they interact their responses in a crisis the newspaper articles the very world around them comes off as completely unreal totally fake and poorly written The subject of oil dependence is an important one and it deserves a better novel than this The problems with oil dependence should be shown to the reader not baldly told to them by supporting characters in between the snogging sessions of the main characters I honestly feel that this novel was rushed out to take advantage of the market and the greenest thing to do would be to not buy it at allNOTE This review is based on a free Advance Review Copy of this book provided through Vine Ana Mardoll Deep Breath Falling in Deep Collection easy are uickly becoming matters of life and death 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