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Publisher's Summary

Cassie Forrest could almost believe life at Kingdom Come Farm is perfect, with Adrian and her friends at her side and spring on the way. The spring thaw also means millions of defrosting zombies, however, and if the past year has taught her anything, it's that life in this new world is highly imperfect.
When Safe Zones throughout the country begin to disappear and the zombies at the fences grow in number, Cassie clings to the hope that if she has the people she loves most, it will be all right. But the highly imperfect world makes only one guarantee - zombies never die, never stop, and are never satiated.
©2014 Sarah Lyons Fleming (P)2014 Podium Publishing
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By Stephanie on 03-20-15

FABULOUS LISTEN!

I listened to both books and the novella non stop, I couldn't put it away..... There is times when it seems like it's going to be boring and all doom and gloom but Fleming's throws another twist into it and bam a new direction is established. I can tell you that this book brought times of tears running down my face from the intensity of the characters emotions, but it also had me laughing out loud or smiling too.....

Again, GREAT STORY + EXCELLENT NARRATION= FABULOUS LISTEN!!! Well worth the credit!!

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By bebe on 08-05-17

Totally addictive

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Yes, I am hooked and thankfully there is another book left in the series to feed my addiction. Then I am going to Mordacious, which is a spin off with new characters but set in the world of Cassie and friends. It tells what happens to Cassie's brother, Eric, and Penny/Anna's mother, Maria. Back to this book - it is a very good sequel to End of the World Book one and So Long Lollipops. Cassie's group has moved up to Vermont and met new people who blend into the story. It has some heart wrenching moments as well as happy moments. Mainly it is just flat out interesting and entertaining and, as I said, addictive. The narrator is excellent!!!

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By kdsshrub on 04-23-16

Get the tissues out!

Well, wasn't I balling on the motorway at some points of this book.

Great story, love the characters.

This series of books and up there with my fav's
Highly recommend!
Roll on my next credit so I can listen to the last book!!!!

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By bronagh on 02-18-16

Brilliant follow up

The story goes on and I'm still gripped can't wait to start the next and unfortunately the last one..this lady can write

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By osullytony on 01-03-16

Good not great.

Many things are done and not done, in this survival of the end of the world. Constantly I'm thinking they have this, but don't do anything with it... even when they dig a trench, I'm thinking they have 250 people and they are doing washing and canning and then they just abandon the food and gasoline they have risked their lives to get... Not the most logical of book trilogy's so far and again not one person considers going to a hydro dam or a mountain... If they had trained all those people a thousand would be nothing... Just saying.

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By Samantha on 05-18-15

Line!

Was Hooked! on the first one, this one is the line. Loving this trilogy, the characters are fantastic and the action is addictive. I enjoy the narration, but sometimes wish the male voices were narrated by a male voice - this is my only criticism.

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