It took almost a year, but the next book in Nazarea Andrews’ A World Without End series is finally here!! Check out my review below.
They thought they knew how the world ends…
Parker has always been other, an outsider in the Last Holdout, a strange almost feral creature that trusted Josiah. Josiah always accepted his strangeness as a strength.
Africa changed everything.
Parker is different here. Dangerous and powerful in a way neither knew he could be. It’s terrifying.
But if they are going to survive the continent, they’ll need to trust each other–and their reluctant allies–in ways they never have before.
All of Africa is watching them as they change the balance of power.
And the zombies aren’t the only things trying to kill them.
*The second in a new series set in the zombie world of The World Without End.*
I always love getting the chance to dive back into the world on Nazarea Andrews’ End Of The World series, and after almost a years wait, I was finally able to dive back in with the release of Black Hole Infection.
There’s so much that happens in these books, lots of people to keep track of, and situations which have happened, so admittedly, after such a long wait between books, I felt this time around I could have done with a quick recap in the front of the book so I could fully immerse myself back in this world, but nevertheless, I still, as always, thoroughly enjoyed this latest offering from one of my favourite authors!
I’ve had a longstanding crush on Finn, and I love that these spinoff books still contain him and Ren (they’re my favourite couple out of all this authors books), but the more time I spend with Parker and Josiah, the more they have me melting! I just love them together!! I love that Nazarea took a chance on these two characters, and I love seeing how their relationship works and evolves as the story develops and they really step into the roles they now play.
In Black Hole Infection, the story goes back and forth between present day and 3 years ago, so we got to see more from Sylvia, Josiah and Finn’s mum, and the woman who started it all – The Plague Bringer. There’s all the usual drama and twists and turns that I love to see in this series, and as always, one heck of an ending! Ok, Ms Andrews, I’m ready for next book now!
*ARC received in exchange for an honest review*
Nazarea Andrews is an avid reader and tends to write the stories she wants to read. She loves chocolate and coffee almost as much as she loves books, but not quite as much as she loves her kids. She lives in south Georgia with her husband, daughters, and overgrown dog.