Fallout : Fluorescence

  • by P. Anastasia
  • Narrated by P. Anastasia
  • Series: Fluorescence
  • 4 hrs and 37 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Book three in the Fluorescence series. Get your heart pounding with a sexy, thrilling installment that fuels your adrenaline rush until the very end.
Kareena is struggling to find her place within the group, but will a charming new stranger separate the Fluorescent Ones for good? Decisions must be made fast, before the human race becomes threatened by a new evolution of the infection.
Each full-length novel in the series is narrated by a different character, driving the story forward in a new and exciting way. It evolves from a quiet beginning into a gritty, unabashed look at real-life limitations encountered while harboring a deadly secret.


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Customer Reviews

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The best installment yet!

I honestly have to say, hands down, that this has been my favorite book of the series so far. I also have to admit that this surprises me considering how much I dislike the point of view character for this book when she first showed up all the way back in book 1. She's grown on me, though, and it helped even more to get to hear her thoughts and feelings in this portion of the story.

And oh boy, the story. Things get even more difficult than ever for the Fluorescent Ones in this book. And in more ways than one. I honestly don't want to give anything away for this one because there was so much happening and it was all pretty amazing.

Really... I just can't think of anything to say because you just need to read (or listen to) this one for yourself and enjoy the ride. I can hardly imagine where it will continue from here and I seriously look forward to finding out in the fourth book!

Also, as usual, a brilliant reading by the author. I continue to be impressed by the amount of life and individuality she gives to the characters.
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- Kitty Faulhaber

Makes me so excited for the final book!

Would you consider the audio edition of Fallout to be better than the print version?

I haven't read the print copy, but the voices in this are well done and it kept my attention the whole time. I tried to find quite time to listen whenever I could because I was so anxious to hear more.

What other book might you compare Fallout to and why?

It's kind of in a class by itself. It tells the story from an 18 year-old's point of view well, but is very different from other teen novels.

Which scene was your favorite?

When Karina was being controlled and she couldn't tell what was reality - I was on the edge of my seat wanting to know what was really going on

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

It made me start the final book right away! Couldn't wait to hear more!

Any additional comments?

Highly recommend

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- Blazemithias

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-04-2017
  • Publisher: P. Anastasia