Audiobook Review

And After

Until the End of the World #2
By
Sarah Lyons Fleming
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Performance
Overall
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Excellent, Unforgettable, Best of the nest

Very good, thoroughly enjoyed, 

Good, Solid, Enjoyed many aspects

STAR RATINGS GUIDE

Awesome Sequel. Does not disappoint.

THE BIRDICT

The emotional rollercoaster is strong with this one and only solidified my strength of feeling for the characters. And when I say emotional, I mean the full spectrum from afraid to zealous (or better emotions starting with z... answers on a postcard).

This is darker than the first book, but still has plenty of fun, humour and new characters I really enjoyed. SLF almost creates a whole new world (Aladdin puns always intended) within the one we already experienced in the first book.

Also, see the spoilers slider below... if you dare.

SQUAWKING THE TALK

Julia Whelan keeps up the high standards and develops the characters brilliantly. She is one of the best at diversifying between male and female voices. I think she does so seamlessly.

BIRDS OF A FEATHER: SIMILAR AUDIOBOOKS

There are deaths, Significant deaths. I won't name names, but be prepared. I have read many reviews in which people were angered by this and I get it. This did start off on the lighter end of the genre. Personally, I just cried on my cat and accepted it because I think this sets it apart from YA and SLF does it well, but you need to know this going in.
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And After

THE BLURB

Cassie Forrest could almost believe life at Kingdom Come Farm is perfect, with Adrian and her friends at her side and spring on the way. The spring thaw also means millions of defrosting zombies, however, and if the past year has taught her anything, it's that life in this new world is highly imperfect.

When Safe Zones throughout the country begin to disappear and the zombies at the fences grow in number, Cassie clings to the hope that if she has the people she loves most, it will be all right. But the highly imperfect world makes only one guarantee - zombies never die, never stop and are never satiated.