May 29, 2015

THE RUIN OF THE WORLD by Nazarea Andrews {Top 10/Giveaway}

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.

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Top Ten Favorite Moments:
I have loved this series so much. But across the series, there are a few that stand out. So today, in no particular order, my ten favorite moments.

1. The boat scene (book 1) which is where we see the chemistry between Ren and Finn. So hot.

2. The kink club. (Book 1) I love the glimpse at how life evolved and changed, including with the Order's influence.

3. The ocean (book 2) when Finn takes Ren to the ocean and they have a moment about choosing how to live and accepting the lie of the havens.

4. Collin and Ren's reunion. (Book 3) Because. All the feels.

5. Finn fighting outside 18. (Book 1) Finn fighting is hot. So.

6. The sacrifice. (Book 1) I loved this because it drove home just how screwed up the Order really is.

7. The underpass scene (book 4) because. Sex and danger and gah. Hot.

8. Meeting Josiah. (Book 4) so this blew me away and I didn't plan to write. So it was a lot of fun.

9. The last scene and first. I loved both so freaking much.

10. The shower scene. (Book 4) I loved that both Finn and Ren dropped their masks and were finally real with each other. 

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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