And After : Until the End of the World

  • by Sarah Lyons Fleming
  • Narrated by Julia Whelan
  • Series: Until the End of the World
  • 10 hrs and 55 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

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.

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All for killing main character when it makes sense

All for killing main character when it makes sense..............This one doesn't. Some times it makes sense to kill off a main character so the others can come to the forefront and grow. In the last book we spent the entire thing longing for certain people & struggling to get to them. . All is well for awhile but there is not a happy ending. There were 5 other main characters that the author could have killed off that would have left a huge hole in Cassie's heart and changed how she grows & acts. The one killed off made no sense. I stopped listening. The narrator is awesome as usual.
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- coreybeth

Super Boring

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I loved books 1 & 1.5. I loved the characters and their stories. This book though, it's just blah. I could sum up the entire book in 5 sentences and the reader could go directly to book 3 and be completely caught up.
How did people manage to survive at Kingdom Come without this group of friends? No one else can fight the zombies. No one can patrol. No one can go on supply runs. Anytime someone has to go out of the fence, it's a handful of the main characters. There's an important death, but I was glad. This character was annoying perfect, which made me glad when they died.
The writing goes like this: Love story, love story, love story.......oh let's just go out of the fence for no particular reason, one or 2 people get eaten by zombies........love story, love story, love story........oh, you need more fuel? let's go out of the fence. Woops, we were careless and hit a ditch, causing another person to get eaten........love story, love story, love story.........let's go visit another safe zone and go pitch a tent out in the middle of nowhere, and then be shocked when we wake up in the middle of a field of zombies..........Another safe zone got overrun by zombies and none of the hundred or so survivors, including soldiers, can remove the dead bodies, so let's go over and do it for them, making sure to get one or 2 of us eaten along the way. The scenario really does repeat itself throughout the ENTIRE book. Super boring and predictable.
It picked up pace at the very end. So I'll continue with the series, considering there's only 1 book left. But I'm pretty sure how it's going to go. The next love story is pretty predictable.

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- ANGIE

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-12-2014
  • Publisher: Podium Publishing