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After The Ending (The Ending Series, #1) by [Fairleigh, Lindsey, Pogue, Lindsey]
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3.7 out of 5 stars 94 customer reviews
Book 1 of 4 in The Ending Series (4 Book Series)

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About the Author

Lindsey Fairleigh is a former history teacher and current experimental cook who lives in Napa with her supportive husband and confused cats. Lindsey Pogue is a history addict, traveling fool, and food lover who dreams of the day she can go horseback riding, write, and read, all in a day’s work.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2147 KB
  • Print Length: 426 pages
  • Publisher: L2 Books (23 Nov. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00BJDUBLU
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars 94 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #652 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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This is not very good, but strangely still readable. It's quite repetitive - the 2 main characters are very similar (and also so incredibly immature and self-absorbed that you wonder why on earth their respective love interests bother). The bad guys are also all the same character (three times we run into essentially the same jealous, manipulative killer). And the story has more holes than Swiss cheese - civilization has collapsed, almost the entire population is dead, and the wifi is still working (despite the power grid going down, so there's nothing to power the router, servers, nor any easy way to recharge the laptop battery). Then you've got the character who can see the future, that sees the bad thing happening that ends the book on a cliff-hanger, but doesn't bother warning anyone, AND the other characters who can see that he's had a vision, but don't bother asking him what it was.... these idiots would never survive the apocalypse.
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I was torn about what rating to give this book. On the one hand, it was entertaining, fairly gripping and I found myself wanting to read the next instalment. On the other hand, getting through the book was a hard slog in places and I did skip a few pages here and there.
Set after a flu-like pandemic has wiped out 90% of the world's population, the story follows best friends Dani and Zoe as they make their way from opposite sides of the US coast to each other and presumably safety. Both meet up with and join various groups along the way and discover that the virus has changed the survivors in ways no one could have imagined.
Whilst I loved the fact the authors focused on the strong friendship between the 2 protagonists, this ended up ultimately being one of my biggest problems with the book. Post-apocalyptic wastelands, crazed survivors and horrific loss are all swept aside in childish, immature emails between the pair (and don't get me started on the presence of Wi-Fi in a apocalyptic wasteland!) which read like the boy-crazed ramblings of a pair of 15 year olds. These women are supposed to be 26 years old, yet spend their communications talking about the totally hot guys they meet, the skanks who hate them because they're soooo hot and irresistible and hand waving away things like attempted rape and murder in a line of email. It also meant you were reading the same thing twice as Zoe and Dani recapped the last chapters events for each other which slowed the book down and massively disrupted the tone and flow of the story, not to mention trivialised the events that had occurred. I get what the writers were going for here, but the abrupt switching between dystopian novel and fluffy chick-lit really didn't work.
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I got this for free. I gave it a chance as a serious end of the world, without the obligatory zombies, which I far more enjoy than the usual, overnight all humans become zombies except for some bloke in a hospital. Anyway this also failed and by chapter 10 I was praying for zombies not some 13 year old girls ridiculous idea of the romantic scrappy end of the world. It was free is the best comment I can make
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In many ways I didn't know what to make of this book. In other ways I found it to be gripping. It took me a long time to work my way through this book and I'm finding myself left with a mix of irritation, indifference and curiousity. The writing and plot were solid and so were the characters and situations. A lot of the characters were likable but some of what was going on was frustrating. I felt no real connection with this book, the plot of the characters which is probably why I feel indifferent about it. Irritation I guess stems from the fact that I had moments in this book where I felt involved in the book (from a reading perspective) and other times I felt disconnected and not bothered by a lot of what was happening. I guess by the end of this book I'm left with confusion. Part of me wants to read more in the series but part of me isn't sure if I care enough to carry on.
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I'm sorry, but come the apocalypse, is the internet really going to still be working months after society has collapsed? Just one of the stupid concepts that has no merit. Terrible book.
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Unless you're a teenage girl, please do not waste your time with this book. Sorry, but it's just so childish.
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I found some of the characters weren't detailed enough, especially the main female leads. Being best friends they were too much alike and the fact that one woman was with Jake and the other with Jason. I had to keep reminding myself who was who. I'm still going to read the next book. I like these "abilities" they all seem to have. I think the "regens" are an interesting twist to the over use of zombies and I like the suggested involvement of the government.
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So disappointing. Struggled to about half-way but had to give up. Is the author a 15 year old girl? Or is it aimed at 15 year olds? Too, too shallow and even the fact that it was free could not convince me to finish it.
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