Tuesday, May 12, 2015

BLOG TOUR:The Ruin of the World by Nazarea Andrews

The Ruin of the World by Nazarea Andrews
April 2015


When the zombies rose, we thought the world ended.
It didn’t—it just broke, in a way we couldn’t fix. And we found ways to continue, reasons to fight.
Faith. Family. Politics. Obsession. The most dangerous of all—hope.
But when all of that is stripped away, and nothing remains but rage and betrayal—that is the true end of the world.
Return to the World Without End, for a final battle for hope and survival in the exciting conclusion to Nazarea Andrews’ phenomenal series.


I stride into their camp like I own it, and a few rise. Some curious, some angry, but all watching as I stalk past, into the heart of their camp.
The tent is immediately recognizable, the dark black that all the captains are given. A First is leaning against a support beam, and straightens when I approach, her eyes going wide and startled. I don’t give her a chance to protest, I just duck into the tent.
And pull up short.
There’s a long blade pressed against my chest, and I follow it, down the length of steel to Ethan’s furious gaze. And smile—a mad, cold smile. His anger falters for a heartbeat, and I laugh. Grab his wrist and twist until he grunts and drops the knife. He lashes out, too wide and open, and I block the blow, before kicking his ankle out from under him.
He slams into the ground and I have my gun to his throat before he can move.
He’s beaten, and mine to kill if I choose—and his eyes are still just as furious as when I first stormed into the tent. There’s a stir of movement from the corner of the tent, a boot hitting the ground as she stands.
“Fuck, O’Malley. Can you leave my guys alone just once?” 


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Author Information

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.

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