Most helpful positive review
The last in an excellent series.
on 30 August 2014
This is, after all, the final instalment in the "After America" series so if you've got this far then you have certain expectations. I expected a roller-coaster ride of adventure and mayhem... not so. This is a "slower" read. Politics plays a bigger part, as does the intrigue. The three female parts; Jules, Sophia and Caitlin play a central, heroic - and even, at times, less in control - role and other characters, who played only a side part in the second of the series, return to the fore (whilst others who played a big role in the second book stand in the shadows). The slow build up of frustration (on the part of our heroines) and their need to find "closure" erupts in a fireball of action in the final part of this very good read. I enjoyed the series.