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This is like a more heavy-handed and less interesting “Snowpiercer”.

The most unbelievable element in this story is that of even implying that Nechayev might have the slightest sliver of empathy, sympathy, or any remnant of humanity.
For those who will not read it, this is said of a story in which a woman turns into an owl.

ps. In a story as tropey, corny and campy as this, why did the owl girl have a farming implement in her hand and not an icepick? Missed opportunity.

The ending felt rushed. Animorphs will not save us from the ghosts of communisms past.