Blog Tour | THE FUTURE WITHOUT HOPE | Review Stop


The blog tour for Nazarea Andrews' The Future Without Hope kicked off today. My tour stop includes a review. But first...  

The Future Without Hope Synopsis:
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.

Also, Giveaway at the end of post. 

CATCH UP:
This is a NA Zombie book. Told from the perspective views of Finn and Nurrin, it alternates between certain parts with the respective narrator with different quotes in the beginning of each part. Loved some of those quotes.

The first book, The World Without A Future, introduced us to Haven 8's Nurrin and her friends and family (her bro Collin) under an attack by zombies. Which leads Nurrin to leave the Haven and experience the world outside with her bro, boyfriend Dustin and Collin's fellow Walker Finn and they try to find ways to survive and venture to other Havens. Finn and Nurrin due to circumstances have to leave her brother and bf behind to get some supplies and when they return they find them gone. 

[Nurrin is a First and it should be kept a secret from the world because more sinister things are at play under this whole zombie-pocalypse. You need to read to find out how it all plays out during the span of all the three books out so far.]

The second book, The Horde Without End focuses on Nurrin and Finn trying to find where Collin and Dustin are. Things between the two leads get electrical but not permanent. D: More info about Finn is revealed. Finn has this no-question policy that seriously annoy Nurrin and she gets played into the wrong hands by someone from Finn's past and ends up somewhere and with someone that shatters her but gives her relief as well. More revelations about what really is underplay during the whole zombie business is far more disturbing than the whole regenerating business. :p

The third book, The Future Without Hope, leads to Finn trying to find Nurrin and seeking out someone from his past. Nurrin has to come to terms with what is happening to her bro and  being brave and trying to understand whatever is between Finn and her. 

The whole Order and political aspect of the book were interesting. As for Finn I didn't really like him during the first book but after  reading book 2 and 3, he didn't annoying me that much and I started liking the books later on more than the first. Nurrin is okay. I somewhat don't have as many problems with her as I had with Finn but I did get annoyed by her sometimes. :/  But me like them anyway now.

The books are quick reads which was fantastic. And I loved the whole quote business at the beginning of each perspective and also how the chapters with the analysis and/or musings before the events of previous chapters were continued in the next chapter(s). You will get what chapters I'm talking once you read the books.  

The ending to the third was freaking whoa and thank god, Nazarea mentioned at the end that there is more to come. Haha. I would have freaking loved if the series ended here but I will be okay if we do get another book as there is so much more to know. Cos that was one shocking ending as I hadn't expected that. 

Teasers:
Book 1: 

Book 2:
Book 3:

Rating:
Book 1:

Book 2 & 3:

Thank you to the author and publisher for providing me with review copies. I liked reading these books.
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About Nazarea:
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 is the author of the University of Branton series, Neverland Found series, and Edge of the Falls.
She lives in south Georgia with her husband, daughters, and overgrown dog. You can follow her on Facebook and Twitter.
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November 22
One Guy's Guide to Good Reads  Review
The Bookie Monster      Guest Post
Musings In Fiction Alley Deleted Scene  

November 23
Movies, Shows & Books              Excerpt
Sit Back And Get Cozy                 Review
Holly's Hot Reads           Review
Between The Lines         Review

November 24
Roxy's Reviews               Review
Random Redheaded Ramblings Review

November 25
Taking It One Book at a Time     Review

November 26
Book Crazy                      Review
My Favorite Things         Excerpt

November 27
The BookWhisperer       Review

November 28
Mythical Books               Guest Post
KindleObsessed                            Excerpt
Addicted Souls                Review

November 29
Nay's Pink Bookshelf     Review
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November 30
A Life Bound By Book    Deleted Scene
Making it Happen           Review

December 1
Booklover Sue                 Excerpt
A Pair of Okies                Review
Fictional Candy Review

December 2
Nightlyreading  Review
Those Crazy Book Chicks  Deleted Scene
A Book Addict's Delight Review

December 3
MakeMyDayBookclub  Review
LuLo Fangirl   Review

December 4
obsessed by books   Review
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December 5
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