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Love Gaia: The Diary Directive by TL Clark – Review by Betsy Melano

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is a Dystopian story that got my attention right away. The story line has those left alive find ways to teach their children how to make better decisions than their ancestors did by reading one of the ancestors diary. The ups and downs of this story kept me so concentrated on what might happen next, I couldn’t put it down.
What an amazing story written by T L Clark! I am looking forward to reading more of her books.

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Love Gaia: The Diary Directive by TL Clark – Review by Lyndsey Fairley

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

What a great book! I went in blindly as the cover called to me!
I will say this is not my preferred genre, so when I was captured by the story i mean it! This is a great read and as I’m not one for rehashing the entire story in a review, go pick this book up, you won’t regret it!

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Love Gaia: The Diary Directive by TL Clark – Review by Katie Matthews

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

 

Love Gaia: The Diary Directive was a really intriguing and thought provoking read – I really enjoyed it! I’ve read books by this author previously so I knew I was in for a good read and I wasn’t disappointed. I love it when a story makes you stop and think at times and this one definitely did that. Aroha was really great character! The way in which the author chose to write the story was really interesting and engaging. I have to say I don’t usually take much notice of covers on books but this one was really beautiful!
I would absolutely recommend Love Gaia: The Diary Directive to other readers – it was a fascinating read!

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Love Gaia: The Diary Directive by TL Clark – Review by Tausha Treadway

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

ove Gaia: The Diary Directive by TL Clark. This is a great Young Adult dystopian read. The story is set in a post apocalyptic future world that goes between a diary that was written by one of the first survivors and the story of Aroha a young girl who is about to be an adult and her friends who are hearing the diary for the first time. Aroha and her friends have lived a very sheltered life. The diary talks of a time that was very dark, depressing and sheltered. During the same time Aroha and her friends are subjected to some very dark and trying times. They are weighed down by the responsibility and burden put upon them. The hope is they will learn from their past and not make the same mistakes that caused such devastation and changed the world as we know it. This is a deep, dark and devastating read but will really open your eyes.

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Love Gaia: The Diary Directive by TL Clark – Review by Erica Fish

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

TL Clark is becoming an author that I follow. I am never disappointed with any of her stories. Love Gaia is a dystopian romance. I find myself turning the pages because I wanted to find out what was going to happen. The characters are complex and intriguing. Clark has a unique writing ability that makes everything vivid and real for the reader. Aroha lives in a society that has sheltered life. There are some harsh lessons to be learned. Will the Aroha and her classmates learn from the past to change the world in which they live? I highly recommend this story to find out what happens to Aroha and her classmates.

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Love Gaia: The Diary Directive by TL Clark – Review by Lucy Berson

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Love Gaia : The Diary Directive by T.L. Clark. This is a new to me author. While out of my normal genre, I did enjoy this book. This is a dystopian romance book, which usually would have me conflicted but I was engaging and the book, page by page pulled me in. I found myself following and completely enthralled in the story. I am looking forward to more books by this author.

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Love Gaia: The Diary Directive by TL Clark – Review by Liz Vrchota

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I was so excited to get my hands on this latest TL Clark novel. I absolutely have loved all of her other works and was really excited to see what this one would hold. This book not only met all my expectations but exceeded it for sure! This book is a post war dystopian with a hint of romance to keep things a bit light. I loved the main character, Aroha (who wouldn’t love that name, it is so beautiful!) and following her as she struggles to learn and adjust her thinking to save the world she lives in. We see her being put in a bunker with the impending doom of a meteor coming for earth. While they are there they are all given the diary of Dr. Rachel and through the readings they learn how to avoid the mistakes of the past. Will they learn fast enough and be able to salvage the world before it perishes? I am looking forward to seeing what else we will get from TL Clark, I will for sure be there for it with bells on!

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Love Gaia: The Diary Directive by TL Clark – Review by Angela Hayes

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

 

Love Gaia: The Diary Directive By T.L Clark is such a thought provoking and interesting story set in the post-apocalyptic future- where there are lessons to be learned to avoid the same fate.
I love exploring Ms. Clark’s work, as she always brings something new and different to the table. This standalone story took me on a bit of a dystopian journey through devastation, survival, environmental issues, lessons to be learned, drama, emotion, mystery, action, and hope.
As I would expect from Ms. Clark, this story is beautifully written and paints a picture of a believable future- with vividly descriptive scene setting and superb detailing. Ms. Clark’s world building is quite masterful.
We meet Aroha and her classmates who live in a future dystopian society, their sheltered existence gets a shake-up with some shocking and harsh lessons. The hope being that they will learn from the past, so future generations won’t make the same mistakes which led to the devastation and changed the world forever. The lessons involve the journal entries made by Dr. Rachel, and her personal experiences in the events that occurred now help to shape the future.
Intriguing reading!

Thank you, T.L Clark!

 

Reviewed by @angelahayes

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Love Gaia: The Diary Directive by TL Clark – Review by Piper Foster

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

  1. The first thing that drew me to this book was the clean clover. I real enjoyed reading through the dairy you feel as if you are there and can imagine what is happening in there happening now it pulls at your heart strings Arhoa I adore how blunt her chacter is and how brazen she is
    Dr. Rachel the trauma she had to go through and showing how not a were as forunte as her. The characters learn alot of important lesson through reading this dairy. It can be a complicated read at time however it is very well writtenand definitely a book that deserves your attention.View all my reviews

Love Gaia: The Diary Directive by TL Clark – Review by Heather Lovelace

Love Gaia: The Diary DirectiveLove Gaia: The Diary Directive by T.L. Clark
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Clark is a known author to me but this genre was a new one from her for me. And I loved it! Sometimes when dystopian and romance are mixed they become diluted and predictable. But this story had all of the elements well established and the plot kept quick pace and kept me guessing. I loved this story and cannot wait to go back and read it again.

Reviewed by @heatherlovelace
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