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- Average Customer Review: 40 customer reviews
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Top Customer Reviews
The whole concept was a refreshing take on the apocalypse and I really enjoyed the whole series. Rather than try to review each book individually now I'll say they were all good to great. I'm really glad I discovered the first book in an apocalypse 10 book compilation.
(if only Mr Robertson would use the word "of" after "couple" throughout his books I could remain immersed and not be jerked back mentally each time to consider the author's origins)
In this one, the pace picks up more or less straight away (the previous book seemed to take a while to get going) and then just flies along.
There would have been the possibility to call it quits with this one, I think. There was a satisfactory resolution, with just enough openness not to feel too rounded-off (you don't always get neat endings). But, of course, the epilogue gives us a hint of more to come. But, I have to say, I'm not sure it's as powerful a tease as previous endings. I'm curious to see whether it does actually add to the series or simply drags it on.
But definitely worth reading up to this point anyway, and this episode is definitely one of the best.
I'm still not convinced that the world would has gone quite so medieval, but it was important to the plotlines, and this goes someway to explaining why.
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Am reading it again best ever ending? Much to discus, family enjoyed it too.Published 10 months ago by Kath brown
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