Audiobook Review

Peripeteia

The City, #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

28 Days Later as written by Tina Fey

THE BIRDICT

💛 SLF delivers her trademark reliable brilliance once more. I know when listening to this series that I will occasionally snort with laughter at some quip, thereby raising eyebrows of anyone who doesn't realise I'm listening to an audiobook. I know that I will worry about the characters and root for them. And I know that I will miss them when it's finished.

SQUAWKING THE TALK

🎧 The performance of this audiobook and the series only enhances these stories. Therese Plummer and Luke Daniels are back and once again bring SLF's creation to life in just the way I would have imagined.

BIRDS OF A FEATHER: SIMILAR AUDIOBOOKS

No spoilers for this one. Maybe next time!
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Peripeteia

THE BLURB

From the universe of the Until the End of the World series

Book two of The City Series is here! (Note: The City Series can be heard before or after the Until the End of the World series)

Months into the apocalypse, the zombies show no signs of dying, but it's clear everyone in Sunset Park will die without enough food to outlast the undead. Add in the less-than-sociable new neighbors only blocks away, and the hunt for sustenance has come to feel more like a race than a ramble.

Sylvie is happy in her new home with the people who've become like family, though she's still working out how to let them into her heart. Eric wants in, and he wants to find his sister, but he can't do both at the same time. If he can do the second one at all - getting into the city was hard enough, getting out may prove impossible.

Despite setbacks - and a couple million zombies - it seems fortune is working in their favor. After all, food, security, and family are extraordinary when just being alive is a notable accomplishment. But fortune can turn on a dime, and all it takes is one misstep.