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All The Stars In The Sky is not your typical love story that’s for sure, which should be pretty obvious considering it’s a book about a zombie apocalypse. This is the final book in the Until The End Of The World series, and it is a series that had me hooked as soon as I started reading it. I read the first three books back in June 2014, one after the other. I waited and waited and waited (thank you for that Sarah) for the next book to come out and was so excited when I saw that it had been released earlier this year. I was hoping to read the first three books again before I started on this one. I could remember the gist of the story, what events had taken place, who close to Cassie had died, etc, but I had trouble remembering all the people and how they came to be among this group of survivors. Sadly, time prevented me from reading them again, so in the end I gave up trying to place names and just kept reading.
This book starts right where book 2 finished, with the group fleeing Kingdom Come, their no-longer safe haven, and heading to the last confirmed safe zone in Alaska. The journey is long and dangerous, filled with monsters not just of the zombie variety and they continue to lose good people on the way. Every single person in the group is a survivor, doing whatever needs to be done to protect each other, and forging through when tragedy strikes over and over again.
Until The End Of The World is unlike any series I have read before, and I absolutely loved it. You worry that the final book in the series will be a let down, but not the case with this one. I thought All The Stars In The Sky was a very fitting end to the series. I liked how the author had the guts to kill off some of the major characters, even though I hated and cried “Why???” when they died. I liked that because she wasn’t afraid to kill people off, she had me on the edge of my seat and my heart beating wildly every time there was a battle, hoping that everyone would make it out alive, because how much loss can a group of people suffer, right? Thankfully, this book does end with a HEA and I was very happy with who Cassie ended up with. I loved how the group found strength in one another, cementing bonds that could never be broken (well, except in death) and I loved that they found small ways to honour the memories of those they’d loved and lost. That being said, I would like to see a story set several years down the track, just to catch up and see if/how things have settled down.
These were the first zompoc books I ever read. But I really hesitate to use the term 'zompoc' because, in a way, these books are about people, not zombies. Sure, there are zombies in the books, but they're really more of a supporting cast. The characters in these books are very well fleshed out, and developed skillfully through the series. You know when you're reading a book and you can really 'see' the characters, and feel like you know them? That was my experience with these books. I loved them all.
After this series, I read a few more zompoc series. They just did not measure up. They're more like action hero books without the character development that I loved from these books. Oh well. As least Ms. Fleming is still writing so there will be more awesomeness to come.
What I loved about it - I was so invested in the characters, ALL of them, right out of the gate that everything that happened to them was emotional and raw. If anything, that was most true in book three. Although I didn't agree with or enjoy the way certain people transitioned in book 2 and book 3, I enjoyed the way it was done and where they ended up.
What I hated about it - everyone who didn't make it and how a certain character who shall not be named ended up. I felt that Ms. Fleming did such a great job making me hate this person early on that the resolution with them was forced and not at all something I could resolve in my head or heart. I nearly quit the series in book 2, when a prior decision was made and another character ended, but kept going because A) the books are darn good, and B) there were still characters I cared about and I needed to know what would happen to them.
Now, of course, I'm glad I kept reading, but I never really got over being miffed about that one thing. I couldn't resolve myself to the outcome. But literally everything else was amazing. Hence the 4 stars out of 5.
There was some spacing errors but nothing too distracting.
I have read quite a few zombie books and these are well written.
I guess if I did have one criticism it would be in the last few chapters of the book. POSSIBLE SPOILER.................................It seemed like the last few chapters turned the book into a romance book. The story went from zombies, death, gore, and hard fought survival to the main characters doing the "will he kiss me or does he want too?" That threw a monkey wrench in it for me. It sort of threw the rhythm of the story off. Sometimes "gushy girlie" isn't needed. And yes, that comes from a female point of view.
I think that the ladies reading this will like the ending, but I think the guys will want to fast forward through the last parts.
I just like my zombie stories to go the distance with the drama, gore, difficult survival, and horrible deaths of your favorite characters. That's just me. Happy reading :)