The Future Without Hope

The Future Without Hope

by Nazarea Andrews

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Separated from Finn, captive of the Order, Nurrin has no hope left. But she has survived twenty years of zombies--and she has the unshakable faith that Finn will find her.

But Finn is a long way away. The Order's influence runs deeper than was ever suspected, and politics are shifting--and zombies may not be the most dangerous thing she's facing.

Finn always thought the war stripped him of all he had to lose. But with Nurrin missing and doors closing in his face, he realizes there is always more for the world to take--and he will drag the remains of civilization down with him before he gives up on the only promise that matters.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150586970
Publisher: A&A Literary
Publication date: 11/17/2014
Series: The World Without End , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 257
Sales rank: 1,106,171
File size: 597 KB

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The Future Without Hope 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
ReesesSH More than 1 year ago
Oh my goodness why would you end like that??? I honestly cannot get my mind off of this book or series. This book and series are just completely epic. Nurrin has been kidnapped and is now set to be a sacrifice in years to come. They expect her to be grateful they haven’t killed her right away and that they’re feeding her, but Nurrin is a survivor and no matter what they throw at her she’ll survive. Finn is taking the threat to Nurrin’s life seriously as he tries to find her. He decides he needs to take extreme measures and begins killing people to get the answers he needs. Now he has to team up with one of the most powerful men and the man Finn hates the most to get Nurrin back. Oh my goodness so this book seriously just flew for me. I didn’t put it down at all. I swear one minute I’m at the beginning and then I’m reading one of the most cliffhanger endings in existence. Nurrin goes through so much in this book it makes me sad. I won’t give too much away but I will say it’s disgustingly terrible and I can’t wait for the people who hurt her to pay. Finn is his usual bad self, but he is also opening up to Nurrin about himself and to us as readers in his head. I like Finn a lot and I hope in the last installment he’s more open about everything about his past. This series is great and while we didn’t get as much action with the zombies as before we get a lot of character development that we haven’t really seen in the other two books. Can’t wait for book four.
RoxyKade More than 1 year ago
I have been on this journey with Ren and Finn from the very beginning, and I've seen them go through every emotion imaginable, and this book was like a culmination of all the feelings their hearts have bled throughout this series; with a heightened sense of fear, anguish, desire and even an unspoken love. My heart splintered into a million pieces when it came to the Collin "situation" and I actually had to take a break from reading just to calm my racing heart. I've come to love these characters so much that I could feel their torment and pain, and having a brother myself, I was able to place myself in Ren's shoes. Just thinking about the heartache she went through has me tearing up. This was a gut-wrenching read that took hold of me from the first page, and still hasn't let go. With the revelation that there may be a way to end the nightmare it brought a sense of hope, but where this story will actually lead, and who will survive till the end is still a guess, and I cannot wait to find out!!
MoonAngel23 More than 1 year ago
Ever since I started this series, I've been totally pulled in to this amazing world the author has created.  Nurrin is a totally kick-ass, incredibly strong young woman...and Finn, he is the perfect example of an alpha male-much to Nurrin's dismay and continual frustration. Here in The Future Without Hope, the suspense is just as pervasive as ever, though there is a bit less action, and you're also going to get one hell of an emotional kick when it comes to Nurrin's brother Collin.  And through everything that happens, you'll find Finn standing strong and loyal-even at the most emotional points of the story. The writing continues to impress, and the author continues to keep you thoroughly drawn in-you don't want to put the book down because you just HAVE to know what comes next.  And just like the prior installments of this series, the story ends on a cliffhanger.  And let me tell you-it's a doozy!  But DO NOT let this stop you from reading this series, otherwise you're going to miss out on one hell of an awesome ride! Another 5 star read in this fantastic series...and a desperate plea for the next story ASAP!