You can pre order this book due to be released on the 26th March
Shadows have gone is the third in The End of all things series.
“Carly Daniels knows what it is to suffer loss. She knows what it is to sacrifice. In the two years since the Infection decimated humanity, she’s made choices she never could have imagined. She’s condoned violence in the name of peace and done the unthinkable in the name of mercy. But with Justin at her side, she’s also learned there’s nothing she can’t face and nothing she wouldn’t do to protect those she loves.
But now another threat has arrived. Someone has set their sights on their community . . . and on Justin. The struggle to defend their little homeland is far from over, and the visitors may have brought more danger with them than just their weapons.
The shadows are closing in. Carly has to find out whether she has the strength to stand on her own when all of her support has fallen away.”
Carly and Justin are returning to Colby when they see a military vehicle. Carly thinks it is there to save them and provide new medical supplies, Justin is a little more reserved about it. They have had to learn not to trust people completely . Fear of the unknown and the need to survive doesn’t always bring out the best in people. Carly has had to change from an innocent girl into someone who does what she has to, in order to survive. Things she could never have imagined before.
They try to establish a fresh new life in Colby- but are they facing new threats that they haven’t recognised? The book becomes a real page turner- just what is going to happen to everyone in Colby? It takes you on a real emotional journey, holding your breath at times wondering how things will work out for all of the characters.
I love the cover to this book- it would make me pick it up to read more even though I am not really a dystopian reader. It's made me curious to read more in this genre and by this author.