Review: Polly and the One and Only World by Don Bredes

Polly and the One and Only World by Don Bredes, Green Writers Press, 336 pages. $14.95. Bredes reads on Saturday, November 15, 4 p.m., at Northshire Bookstore in Manchester Center.

Over on Seven Days, Margot Harrison has reviewed a new book from Don Bredes, Polly and the One and Only World:

In a broken future America, a teenage witch travels from Florida to Vermont to save her kind from a purge orchestrated by a repressive Christian regime. Oh, and she can fly.

That’s the irresistible premise of Don Bredes‘ new novel, Polly and the One and Only World, which draws on influences such as Cormac McCarthy’s The Road, James Howard Kunstler’s post-peak-oil novels and Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials trilogy to put a new spin on the thriving genre of young-adult dystopian fiction.

 

Read her entire review here!