End of Day

End of Day The end has come Elle Costas and her dog Bravo have survived the dangers of Hollywood and escaped the clutches of Slaver Territory The apocalypse has been cruel and the wasteland of California has

  • Title: End of Day
  • Author: Summer Lane
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 323
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The end has come Elle Costas and her dog, Bravo, have survived the dangers of Hollywood and escaped the clutches of Slaver Territory The apocalypse has been cruel, and the wasteland of California has forced them to seek shelter in a civilian refugee camp at a place called Bear Mountain Here, they meet Cheng, a mysterious boy with the skills of a samurai, and Luli, a steThe end has come Elle Costas and her dog, Bravo, have survived the dangers of Hollywood and escaped the clutches of Slaver Territory The apocalypse has been cruel, and the wasteland of California has forced them to seek shelter in a civilian refugee camp at a place called Bear Mountain Here, they meet Cheng, a mysterious boy with the skills of a samurai, and Luli, a steampunk warrior with a thirst for vengeance But friends cannot always be trusted When a horrific tragedy befalls Bear Mountain, Elle and Bravo come face to face with their most dangerous enemy yet Betrayal and heartbreak threaten to destroy the bonds of friendship Desperate times call for desperate measures Run, or be caught Kill, or be killed Fight, or be forced to surrender The end of the day will change everything Will Elle and Bravo survive The explosive, thrilling conclusion to the 1 Bestselling Zero Trilogy by Summer Lane.

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    1. This is the first series that I have actually gotten to the END of since I began this crazy journey of post-apocalyptic mania in 2012. I love the way this story concludes. I love Elle. And most of all, I love Bravo. He is the driving force behind this entire story. As always. ;) Thank you, dear readers! Can't wait to share End of Day with you! - Summer

    2. This is the third and final part in the series and brings it all together, concluding the series nicely, whilst still giving enough latitude for crossover into the Collapse series for some of the main characters if wanted.The Zero Trilogy is a great series, again showing Summer Lanes exceptional character writing skills, and over the three books, she allows her characters to grow, as well as giving them a great back story. My only minor complaint might be that some of the minor characters disapp [...]

    3. In a post-apocalyptic world a young teen named Elle travels a dangerous land in search of her uncle. She is accompanied by a bomb-sniffing dog with whom it seems she can communicate telepathically. Though this is the third book in the series and I had not read the first two I had no trouble picking up on the back story and immersing myself into the adventure of surviving in this hostile society.The author, Summer Lane, develops an interesting chemistry between the girl and her dog. She also pres [...]

    4. I should preface this review with the fact that I am no literary critic and I'm just going to share what I felt about the book rather than some in depth analysis of the mechanics of story writing. Were there flaws in consistency or grammar? Most likely but they pale in comparison to the way the story itself seamed to weave itself around me and do what all good books do and make me forget my own world if only for a few hours. This book in particular was such a beautiful end to this part of the st [...]

    5. Ok, so I delayed reading this, once I started it, because I didn't want it to end! Elle is such an amazing young woman! Bravo, I'm a dog lover but, this dog is a true hero! When they are need up on Mathias's boat and Elle was thrown overboard and separated from Bravo I cried! When they were reunited I cried harder LOL. We know where the story goes from here but I am sad to see the Elle and Bravo storyline end. Thank you for an amazing Trilogy Ms. Lane!

    6. If you love dystopyian fiction with a strong female protagonist, you will absolutely love this book. What really sets this book apart is the wonderful relationship between the main character Elle and her brave dog Bravo. Using a dog as a main character in the book creates a special connection for readers who are fans of dogs, Garth Nix or Jack London. This book makes you look forward to a rainy day so you can devour the next one!

    7. Elle is so freakin badass! I loved this trilogy so damn epic! Probably the most kickass heroine i've ever read.r reals!Super excited for Bravo's story That sneak-peek though gaaah i need more!!

    8. Excellent Series endingEven though this is the last book in the series, the author did a fantastic job of keeping the story going into new directions while weaving the ending. Great author, love her work, look forward to many more books and series.

    9. I like it. As always a writing style that perfectly blends action, kindness and a strong woman. Now that it over though, I can't wait to see what adventures are next.

    10. Such a good read! Enjoyed every second of it and hated when I turned the last page. I love this authors style!

    11. I have said before and I will say again that I am in love with Summer Lane's version of the apocalypse. It has been an interesting journey following Elle and Bravo on their quest to find the militia's and her Uncle. It's even more interesting knowing that this is really only the beginning for the 2 of them. I said before that I think Elle Costas is a more realistic version of someone you might find surviving the apocalypse than her counter part Cassidy Hart. Elle sort of got luck a lot along the [...]

    12. A compelling survival story about a girl and her dog in search of safety and belonging in a post-apocalyptic world. Elle is a believable protagonist who quickly engages the reader and carries them along on her journey through a dark and dangerous landscape. While it is somewhat predictable, the plot is steadily paced and Elle's world and relationships are well drawn. Although this book is the intended conclusion of a series, it is a fully developed and satisfying stand alone read - a best fit fo [...]

    13. Amazing heroism for survival!!!After reading The Zero Trilogy series, this would be an awesome movie. The first thing that I was so astonished with was Elle's inability to not give up. She started the ball rolling and the characters to follow were drawing me to read as fast as I could because I couldn't put these books done. Very suspenseful to the last page. AWESOME

    14. Zero trilogyA very good read and something we all could be looking at in the furniture, it's a book of survival, and strength, the evil that can over take this country we call America,summer lane does a wonderful job, a book that keeps you reading and never lets go until the last word, looking to read on Bravao a Sherman shepherd that will steal your heart, well done

    15. InconsistentMany inconsistencies. Very short. This "trilogy" could have been one book. The characters were hastily developed and lacked depth. There were also typos, poor editing.

    16. ReviewReally enjoyed the series. Down loading more of her books now. Really enjoy finding authors that I like. Try it.

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