Faultland is an unexpected family drama that slowly unfolds after a major earthquake Portland. Set ten years in the future, the consequences of the current COVID-19 pandemic and fallout from the Trump presidency play a large part in how the world now works. It was interesting to see how this impacted daily life in the not too distant future. Faultland is carried by the characters. None of the characters are especially good, and I didn't find myself rooting for anyone in particular. The earthquake forced the Sparrow siblings to come to terms with their childhood and make decisions for the greater good that they would have never made before. The secret that Clyde had kept had far reaching effects. The author weaves parts of the secret through the story through the memories of each character so that it seems more important to their personal stories than the whole at first and does not fully connect till the end.
This book was received for free in return for an honest review.