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Thursday, November 27

Review: The Future Without Hope by Nazarea Andrews

Title: The Future Without Hope
By: Nazarea Andrews
Series: The World Without End #3
My Copy: Ebook from Publisher
BookWhisperer's Rating: 

The highly anticipated third book in The World Without End series.
Separated from Finn, captive of the Order, Nurrin has no hope left. But she has survived twenty years of zombies--and she has the unshakable faith that Finn will find her.

But Finn is a long way away. The Order's influence runs deeper than was ever suspected, and politics are shifting--and zombies may not be the most dangerous thing she's facing.

Finn always thought the war stripped him of all he had to lose. But with Nurrin missing and doors closing in his face, he realizes there is always more for the world to take--and he will drag the remains of civilization down with him before he gives up on the only promise that matters.


Whoa…I loved every bit of this third installment as I did with the first and second. Again, this is an action packed thriller with a little romance thrown in to spice things up.  We left Ren in the last book separated from Finn but she has finally found her brother but he is infected.  Now, she is at the mercy of her captors and singled out as a first with no help from Finn or sick Colin.  Her only hope for survival is Finn – who has no idea where she is.

So that is why you got a “whoa” at the beginning of the review.  This book was amazing at keeping up the intense pace of action, deceitfulness, romance, surprises, and losses.  There is no one that you can trust in this series besides just a few characters – all are pretty much shady.  But Finn does whatever he has to do to find Ren and get her back to safety and it is pretty hardcore, which surprised me.  It showed me who Finn really was and how committed he is to keeping his promise to Colin and keeping Ren safe.  Also, it was fantastic to see Finn open up a little in this book.  It wasn’t a lot but it was this small glimmer of hope that feelings actually exist in that hard exterior before the walls came back down again. 


And the end…why, oh why, would Andrews leave it like that?  I can’t believe where it stopped and I can’t believe that I don’t know when the fourth book is going to come out.  Out of all the things that could have happened, it ended with that shocker.  Do I have you interested now? J

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