Overall 4 stars
Performance 4 stars
Story 4 stars
I will be listening to this book again because I forgot to write my review after I listened to it the first time. I listen to books that are mainly part of a series. Therefore they always end on cliff hangers unless it is the last book of the series.
I enjoyed this book much more because it had a definite ending and was NOT part of series and had no cliff hangers in it. I hope this author writes more like this.
I can’t really think of anything I have read in recent memory that I could compare it to. I can’t really say it is a dystopian novel because at the end of the book the world has just more or less ended, except for a very few survivors who have not met yet. Therefore, there is no dystopian government set up yet. i don’t really know what I would compare it with.
This was the first book I have listened to with this narrator. I very much enjoyed the narration. She was perfect for this story. My only complaint is that at times you can hear her take a deep breath before continuing, but that is an editing issue and takes nothing away from LC Kane’s narration of the story.
“The end of the world is only the beginning!”
Even though this was a stand-alone book, I would like to see a sequel to it just to find out how the world, and the two main characters, fares. We find out in the story what started the plague that caused so much devastation and are led to believe that there is a possible cure if the world can keep what few scientists it has alive long enough to find it. I want more from this author and narrator and look forward to hearing from both of them again real soon!