I love a good, book series. The relationship you develop with characters, whether good or bad can become so intimate. I remember reading the Twilight series. I was so involved with each character, even Bella, that I dreamed about them! I would wake up just to read more, it was so good,
I didn't do that with the characters of Until the End of the World, but I did find myself caring for them. A lot. Sarah Lyons Fleming, the author, told a really good story. I found myself disliking and liking people in this tale. The story's pace was just right, though a bit wordy at times. There were times where I thought I'd be bored with a situation, but she managed to pull my attention back every time. I like that in a book!
The story is about Cassie, a young lady who's got worldly problems, but none as big as the end of the world. Carrying an ex-boyfriend, love for an ex-fiancé, a set of sisters with a boyfriend and her best, gay friend, she's ready to leave the city of New York to escape the dreeaded Bornavirus! It's turning everyone into zombies- just when Cassi's decided she's starting life on a new foot... one that's running.
I love the world created in this tale. It's real and true to life in that even with zombies running amok, your life still goes on. You have to care for those around you, survive while staying alive, ignoring jealousy and childish ex's. It's adventurous, funny and worth the read. Take a peek at this one while I go to the next book.📚
Ratings: 👓👓👓👓/5 specs
*And After is next.
**Audiobook from my Audible.com library.
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