Into the Fire : The Ending Series

  • by Lindsey Fairleigh, Lindsey Pogue
  • Narrated by Natalie Duke
  • Series: The Ending Series
  • 13 hrs and 37 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The highly-anticipated sequel to After The Ending.
The Virus changed them, but that was only the beginning....
Death...mutation...insanity...corruption...terror - all that remains is hope.
In the wake of destruction left behind by the Virus, it took Dani and Zoe months to find each other. But their reunion was short-lived. Dani has been taken, and though little distance separates them, they might as well be worlds apart.
From the moment she hears Dani's scream, Zoe's only goal is to save her best friend. She and her companions scramble to come up with a rescue plan, but when a ghost from Jake's past reappears, lines are blurred, decisions become harder, and secrets are revealed; and some secrets are best left buried. To keep heartache and fear from consuming her, Zoe must cling to her determination. She WILL see Dani again.
Dani awakens inside the final hold-out of civilization: the Colony. Remnants of the former world surround her - electricity, safety, social order - but all is not what it seems. As she faces her most manipulative adversary yet, she loses sight of who she is and who she can trust. Friends become enemies, enemies become allies, and allies will betray her. Dani will have to decide what she's willing to do and whose lives she's willing to risk if she is to have any chance of breaking free.
This audiobook contains some mature content and language.


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Customer Reviews

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Couldn't listen to more than a couple chapters

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

HORROR A BLE I know that's not spelled right, but that is how bad it was to me. I'm not sure if the narrators acting wase why I disliked it so much, but I couldn't listen to much before having to turn it off. I really wanted to like the book since I love the genre and read the first book. After the same girls (that whine about everything and are so clueless I want to wring their necks) continue to be just as helpless and dumb in the second book, I just had to forget reading any more in this series. Like I said, maybe the narrator was the problem, and if I would have read the book, it wouldn't have been so terrible. I did though, and still can't get their annoying voices out of my head to even think of trying that. That being said, both authors have a lot of talent and I give any writer a ton of credit for writing a book. Negative reviews can be difficult if they put their heart and soul into the book, and I don't usually write negative reviews. Authors, that are good, always grow and improve, so I do hope to enjoy a book by either or both of them in the future.

Would you ever listen to anything by Lindsey Fairleigh and Lindsey Pogue again?

I'm not sure. Maybe if they change the narrator.

Would you be willing to try another one of Natalie Duke’s performances?

Never in a million years

Any additional comments?

I listen to a LOT of audio books since I don't have much time to actually sit and read a book, so I've heard a lot of narrators. Some are really terrible I wonder why the author(s) chose them to be the voice of the their book, and others just MAKE the book. PLEASE get a different narrator.

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- JLee

into the fire

Loved it! the series is why I downloaded the Audible. couldn't wait to read the book. now onto the next Out of the Ashes. It is similar to The Stand, but I enjoyed that book and also the movie.
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- Kathy Kauffman

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-09-2014
  • Publisher: L2 Books