The End

The End The End is an emotional roller coaster following the lives of three young adults as they fight to survive through the end of the world Hank the sole survivor of his Marines Logistics Group in China

  • Title: The End
  • Author: Sara Lucinda Bell
  • ISBN: 9781105502385
  • Page: 297
  • Format: Paperback
  • The End is an emotional roller coaster following the lives of three young adults as they fight to survive through the end of the world Hank, the sole survivor of his Marines Logistics Group in China, is searching for his pregnant wife Dallas, pregnant with her first child, is searching for her parents or anyone who can help deliver her baby safely Kyle suddenly findsThe End is an emotional roller coaster following the lives of three young adults as they fight to survive through the end of the world Hank, the sole survivor of his Marines Logistics Group in China, is searching for his pregnant wife Dallas, pregnant with her first child, is searching for her parents or anyone who can help deliver her baby safely Kyle suddenly finds himself a leader in this crazy new world, a role he has never had before All three of them must fight to stay who they are, to find what they are looking for, and to survive.

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    1 thought on “The End”

    1. I would like to preface this review by stating that I have never been a huge fan of the apocalyptic genre. I tend to find most works revolving around the apocalypse feel fatalistic and usually attribute humanity's demise to science fiction-inspired zombies and/or other ludicrous phenomenon that I generally find distasteful.That being said, I quite enjoyed Bell's exploration of the hypothetical "end of the world" scenario. Bell chose to emphasize the human condition of being among a handful of th [...]

    2. charlotteswebofbooks.Newly married, Dallas is pregnant and attending college in Arizona while her husband, Hank, is stationed in China with the Marines. Dallas is in the basement of a science lab on campus when The End arrives. She emerges and finds death and destruction at every turn. Dallas does the only thing she knows how to do - go home. She sets off on foot for Texas and where her family lives While her journey "home" takes her all over the country, Hank's journey "home" takes him all over [...]

    3. With a broken economy that cannot seem to regain its footing, an unprecedented number of American citizens who are co-dependent on government aid and several foreign countries disgusted with American perversity and its deviance from modest social norms, it is only a matter of time before terrorists, disgusted with American vulgarity, resort to nuclear warfare in order to exterminate the world of social deviance once and for all. The End takes its reader on an emotional roller coaster ride of sur [...]

    4. Despite not usually being interested in 'end of the world' novels, I loved this book! Typically those kind of novels are ridiculous and a lot of the events couldn't actually happen, but everything in this book could actually happen in real life, which is spooky in a way. I love the way each chapter was written by different characters and the way each of the characters evolved over time! It's definitely a book that you don't want to put down once you start it.

    5. This is the second post-apocolyptic novel I have read which is in the form of a journal. The voices of 4 people alternate - Hank, the marine stationed in China when "the end" hits; Han, the young Chinese boy that Hank "adopts" and takes home with him; Dallas, Hank's young, pregnant wife, and Kyle, a much-bullied young boy who is damaged beyond repair. The story consists mostly of Hank and Dallas's attempts to find one another in the newly altered world. It is by turns heartbreaking and wonderful [...]

    6. Yeah but no. Reminded me so much of the first zombiebook I ever read (I know this is not zombies) For my taste this was way too all-American. I like characters with flaws. I like more action. I like things not so goody goody. For a post-apocalyptic world, the world described here was too goody goody (view spoiler)[ what with some guy going insane for a minute? warnings about people who might be bad? You would thing that when someone travels days on end with cars that need to be filled with gas f [...]

    7. Journal from the first person of 3 1/2 characters. Most people die, families are separated, seek each other with primary characters just a two dimension sketch and supporting characters just a bare sketch. Its difficult to empathize with characters that really have so little to them. Some of the journeys are just infeasible. I put this one down half way through.Why two stars? The copy editing was reasonable, few spelling errors and the grammar was fine.

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