The Ruins Book 3: A Dystopian Society in a Post-Apocalyptic World Kindle Edition
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Of the 3 The Ruins books I've read, this third one has been my absolute favourite.
A lot less demon interaction (though the demons still play a large part) and a lot more of Bray, Kirby & William fighting for their survival and freedom, but all in different ways.
I found in book 3 that the dialogue is a lot smoother, the dangers are more pressing and the storyline is amazing.
I don't want to reveal any spoilers so I have to be very careful.
I really loved the whole concept of this third book. Really loved it! After the second book you'd think there couldn't be a more animalistic group of people the 3 protagonists could come across than the folks from The Arches, but you'd be wrong. This new group of "people" at first appear civilised, welcoming and quite pleasant, but they are the worst kind of evil and anarchy you can imagine. All 3 of our heroes lives are in danger but in different ways.
I can see why Tyler chose to end the book where he did, thank heavens there isn't a cliffhanger ending but instead, it's a quietly threatening & menacing ending which left me really wanting book 4 right now, but also not feeling ripped off. In short I loved the whole book and can't wait for book 4.
I've read more apocalyptic zombie stories then div like to admit. If your looking for something new this is it. These are not your average read people because they aren't dead..... not yet anyways.
I hope the author revisits his decision to end the series with book 4. There is a lot more to explore in this world, and the characters have great deal more development to achieve. I do not think you can wrap everything up with one more installment.