The final installment of the Until the End of the World series took you to a place far more important than zombies. This book was about the remaining bits of humanity more than monsters. Sarah Lyons Fleming's book, All the Stars in the Sky read like an episode of The Walking Dead, except there were more reasons to smile and laugh.
Cassie again is alone but playing house with Peter. They have their children and trying to find a safe place to call home, with the rest of the gang. Their numbers have dwindled down to a few and they're bone-weary and famished. The story goes into the details of starting over again... and again. Moving past the loss, anger and need to avenge against an army of things that care for nothing but eating. I enjoyed the tale quite a bit.
Since this was an audiobook, I have to say, the voice of Julia Whelan was pretty good. She created the story with tiny voices that represented the children, heavy drawls on southern men and even mimicking the Hispanic accents of Maria, Anna and Penny. It was a nice change of pace, than listening to someone
who simply read the script. Wheelman brought the story to life, making it interesting and keeping my mind focused on what was happening, not who was saying it. I've listened to some audiobooks that totally ruined stories. That did not happen here.
The cover for the audiobook was pretty much the same as the first three books; I liked them but they're not "Eye-candy". I can say, overall, this series was pretty darned good. It kept to steady pace, gave an explanation for the outbreak and even offered up a conclusion that was rather mild, but workable. If you're looking for a fun zombie read, but not all about the zombies, this is your series. Check out the Until the End of the World series! I'm off to the next book!📚
Ratings: 👓👓👓👓👓/5 specs
*The Weaver's Riddle is next.
**Audiobook from my personal, Audible.com library.
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