Until the End of the World (Until the End of the World #1) Read Online Free - Cassie Forrest isn't surprised to learn that the day she’s decided to get her life together is also the day the world ends. After all, she’s been on a self-imposed losing streak since her survivalist parents died: she’s stopped painting, broken off her engagement to Adrian and dated a real jerk. Rectifying her mistakes has to wait, however, because Cassie and her friends have just enough time to escape Brooklyn for her parents’ cabin before Bornavirus LX turns them into zombies, too.
This is difficult enough, but Cassie’s tag along ex-boyfriend and her friend’s bratty sister have a knack for making everything, even the apocalypse, more unpleasant. When the two attract a threat as deadly as the undead to their safe haven, Cassie’s forced to see how far she’ll go to protect those she loves. And it’s a lot farther than she’d anticipated. This, coupled with Adrian’s distant voice on Safe Zone Radio and, of course, the living dead, threaten to put Cassie right back into the funk she just dragged herself out of.
Survival’s great and all, especially when you have leather armor, good friends and home-brewed beer, but there’s something Cassie must do besides survive: tell Adrian she still loves him. And to do that, Cassie has to find faith that she’s stronger than she thinks, she’s still a crack shot and true love never dies.
|Title||:||Until the End of the World (Until the End of the World #1)|
|Number of Pages||:||400 pages|
November 28, 2017
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I ended up really liking this book. I stumbled upon this series quite by accident while I was browsing Audible. I am a huge Walking Dead fan so I thought this looked promising and decided to give it a try. This was a story that I like...
November 01, 2015
I listened to the audiobook version of this and it was excellent. Audiobooks are ruined for me if the reader tries to do a one-person performance as if the book is a stage play. This reader did enough to add value but without being annoying. And the overall story (a realistic, everyday life versi...
August 02, 2013
This book is about so much more than zombies. It's about family, friends, love, breakups and beer. The author had a large cast of characters to deal with but she was able to make each one of them feel like an individual. Each one was believable and independent. Sure they had similarities, but the...
September 24, 2014
Everything in this book I've seen before. It's not bad...honestly it's pretty good, just not all that original.
So I'll be reading book two and I'm sure I'll enjoy it...but The First Days by Rhiannon Frater is a better book and if you want something more original My Life as a White Trash Zombie i...
August 09, 2014
***** 4 1/2 Zombilific Stars *****
And again I pick up a winning Zombie book full of twists, turns and emotional turmoil. I cried like a wuss bag not just once...but 2 times during reading.
I picked this book up yesterday and was done reading in less than 24 hours.
We have a load of characters but e...
July 04, 2015
1.5 meh stars
Cassie Forrest isn't surprised to learn that the day she’s decided to get her life together is also the day the world ends. After all, she’s been on a self-imposed losing streak since her survivalist parents died: she’s stopped painting, broken off her engagement to Adrian and dated...
February 10, 2017
Honestly, I do not understand what people liked about this book. I am sorely disappointed. Cassie talks and acts like a 17-year-old and she is supposed to be a grown woman in her mid-twenties (28?). As far as I understood, several of her childhood/college friends have ended up working at the same...
July 21, 2013
I am not particularly a fan of zombies and apocalyptic literature, but gave this book a try; the preview seemed to promise more than just zombies and death. I was not disappointed. The writing flows easily and the story never bogs down. The characters are well-developed and multi-dimensional. Som...
December 03, 2015
Wow. What a book. This was fantastic, well written, perfect metaphors. Most relatable and realistic characters I've ever had the pleasure of reading. I really loved it. I don't think I'll continue with the series because the book was so perfect and the ending was really nice and it satisfied me....
May 07, 2015
Though I gave this book bonus points for starting with the events that lead to the apocalypse (something I love and few authors do) I could not even finish the book.
My first problem was with Cassie, whom I see as a glorified Mary Sue (with all the preparedness she has for the apocalypse and stuf...