The first book in the emotionally charged post-apocalyptic series, The Ending.
They may have survived the apocalypse, but the Virus changed them...
Grad student Dani O'Connor won't let a cross-country move end her closest friendship. But when a mysterious virus consumes the world and Dani,herself, falls violently ill, she fears she'll never see her loved ones again.After her fever finally breaks, she barely recognizes the devastated world around her. Everyone is dead. Dani is all alone. Or so she thinks...
As a bartender, Zoe is used to dealing with hotheads and dirtbags, but nothing could have prepared her for the twisted thoughts of her fellow survivors.Her family is gone, and anyone left alive in the world is either sick, crazy, or changed...like her. As her newfound super senses gain strength, Zoe must learn to control them before she loses herself to madness completely.
Perilous terrain spans the distance between them, and deranged survivors lurk in dark corners everywhere. Can Dani and Zoe overcome deadly attacks and unseen dangers in order to find each other? Or will they lose their way--and their lives--along the journey?
After The Ending is the first book in the evocative, superpowered post-apocalyptic adventure, The Ending Series. If you like unbreakable friendships, gritty dystopian settings, and a touch of romance, then you'll love Lindsey Pogue and Lindsey Fairleigh's heart-wrenching tale.
THE ENDING SERIES
After The Ending
Into The Fire
Out Of The Ashes
Before The Dawn
Beginnings: The Ending Series Origin Stories
World Before: The Ending Series Prequel Short Stories
Not Sci-Fi at all! If you’re into sexual anxiety and titilating sex scenes, then you might like this one. It was a disappointment for me35
Absolutely a page turner couldn’t put the book down until I was done ! Loved it !55
I really enjoyed this story. The characters captured my interest right away. The story was emotional and kept my interest very well.55
The story started out very strong and then get stuck in a bog! I couldn’t finish it because the story dragged on to a point where I couldn’t care less what happened to any of the characters.25
This plot has the all the subtle and nuanced foreshadowing of a brick being thrown at a window. I might have been able to endure it if not for the hand-wavy use of confusing timelines. I have no idea how this made an iBooks Featured read list when there are so many better apoc books to help readers discover.15
Starts out with a good idea for the apocalypse the rapidly falls so far down into a bottomless crevasse it cannot be retrieved.15
Thank you for this free download. Normally not a fan of the writing style that started this book off, switching between the two main characters entry style via emails; this story had me hooked and only got better as it continued. Post apocalyptic narratives are a favorite of mine and this one developed the characters and their relationships very well, coming out a little more romance than action, not a bad thing.45
I enjoyed this book very much. At times the fast pace meant I couldn't put it down. I loved the way the characters were drawn. The romances got in the way of the SiFi for me, but I can see how others would enjoy them. I look forward to reading the next book in the series.55
In After the Ending, Lindsey and Lindsey tell the story of the end of the world through the eyes of two young women, childhood friends, Dani and Zoe. The viewpoint alternates between the women, pulling the reader through the loves, loss, and adventures of two groups of survivors desperately trying to find each other and safety as the world they have always known collapses around them. The engaging characters and down to earth dialogue kept me wanting more all the way to the end. I look forward to starting the second book, Into the Fire.55