The End of the World Sucks (Vanna Ames Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Vanna, who is smart, a bit cynical, and sees through to the heart of things rather quickly, lands in a community of survivors at a college. Although the survivors talk a good game about democracy and mutual survival, it becomes clear fairly quickly that democratic ideals and mutual cooperation only goes so far. The survivors are "heroes" after all, right?
Enter the vampire, Thanos, who arrives offering a mutually beneficial deal...protection for blood. A deal that is starting not to look too bad to Vanna.
Sharon Trembley's book has humor, interesting takes on her imagined end of the world scenario, and a fascinating exploration of human nature when confronted by a crisis of stellar magnitude. The stakes for Vanna are as high as you can get: Her life.
This story pulled me in and I had to keep reading to find out what would happen to Vanna and if Thanos was being honest in his offer to Vanna, or was there some darker, hidden motivation at play. You don't have to be a lover of the post-apocalyptic zombie genre, or even the post-apocalyptic-fashion-retail genre to enjoy Sharon Trembley's book. You just have to like a good story that has interesting and finely drawn characters. I highly recommend the book and hope this is not the last I've seen from Ms. Trembley.
This book takes a more in depth look at the way humans react to a crisis more than just mindlessly killing zombies. It's definitely more realistic than other zombie books out there. In conclusion, I enjoyed this read and recommend it to others.
It show well how people would loose their value & misbehave when there is no more order
The only flaw, the vampire and its power could have been more developed
The end was a bit disappointing but I guess it open the way to new installment
It's a well-told book that offe. rs some excellent character studies