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The Horde Without End

(The World Without End #2)

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4.23  ·  Rating details ·  371 ratings  ·  48 reviews
It was supposed to be over... Returning from Haven 18 was supposed to be the end. But nothing is ever easy-and in a world full of zombies, finding the missing is next to impossible. There are breadcrumbs. Tiny clues. But what are a few tiny clues in a world of the dead? Nurrin is desperate to find her brother, but that will mean trusting Finn O'Malley. A man shrouded in se ...more
Paperback, 380 pages
Published July 27th 2014 by A&a Literary (first published July 17th 2014)
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Carol (StarAngel's Reviews) Allen
4 Finn-a-licious Stars

So...the adventure of Finn and Ren continue...

I have to admit that this book was so much better than the first. You can see how the author's ability to write is growing and maturing with each book.

I do have to admit though that I am still not a Finn fan...he annoys me with not answering questions and how he keeps giving Nurrin mixed signals. UGH so frustrating.

I'm hoping with the next book - he finally grows some kahunas and tells Ren the truth!!
Cassia Brightmore
Jul 19, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: arcs
I’m a closet zombie junkie. Dawn of the Dead, The Walking Dead, The Resident Evil movies - anything really. When I first heard about this series of Nazarea Andrew’s, I knew that I would be grabbing my protective gear (a snuggly blanket and a glass of wine) and losing myself in these books. The Horde Without End is the 2nd book in the series, you do need to read the first one to truly grasp the world that Nazarea has created. It’s been 20 years since the virus first went live, and although the hu ...more
Ethan Gregory
Jul 18, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Full review can be found at: http://oneguysguidetogoodreads.blogsp...

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My Thoughts:

I've already told Mrs. Andrews this so I'll go ahead and tell you all as well: I hate zombies. I don't like zombie movies, I don't do zombie books. In fact, I kind of think the whole "zombie apocalypse" thing has gotten a little out of hand and needs to go away. It's everywhere and I have never really understood it. My motto when it c
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Holly
Jul 24, 2014 rated it really liked it
In book two Finn and Nurrin are trying to track down her brother Collin and her boyfriend Dustin. One clue left behind in their cave sets them on a path to a new Haven and each place they come to sends them on another clue. They only have each other to trust and that's easier said than done considering 1. Finn has too many secrets to count and still won't answer questions; 2. Nurrin hates Finn; and 3. The chemistry between Nurrin and Finn is almost more than she can manage.

Book two is told in al
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Jessica Hansen
May 22, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favorites
F.I.N.N.



His name explains it all; Fierce, Intense, Nonstop, Necessary.

After reading the first book in this series I absolutely could not wait for the second book. It was just my cup of zombie tea!
Finn, Ren, secrets, death, cults...a whole lot of awesome!

Ren (Nurrin) and Finn have some of the best chemistry I have ever read about. Their mutual disgust for each other turns into complete hotness & desire. To me when you have 2 characters who claim to hate each other that much it's only a matte
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Twin Sisters Rockin' Book Reviews
Overall Rating: 4.5 Rockin’ ★★★★☆

Well, book 2 in Nazarea Andrew’s World Without End did not disappoint! It was phenomenal! Again, I was gasping for more and needing it desperately! The characters did not let me down. As before, Nazarea provided a wonderful, on the edge type story!

Nurrin and Finn are still trying to find her brother, Collin. They have hit road blocks all along the way, as well as infects. Nurrin is desperately seeking her brother and fears all is lost and she’ll never find him. H
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Jennifer  Ricketts (Donnie Darko Girl)
I received a review copy of this book for my stop on the blog tour at Donnie Darko Girl.

The Horde Without End went by so quickly for me! After that cliffhanger ending in the first book, I was desperate to find out what was going to happen next and read this cover to cover in one sitting, staying up late into the night. I couldn't put it down, not even for sleep.

Ren and Finn set out to find Ren's brother, Collin, and their friend, Dustin. They follow a trail of breadcrumbs Collin has tried to l
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Heather Duff
Jul 30, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Hopefully you have read my review of book one in this series The World Without A Future, if not, why not?!!! (you can read it here to catch up).

So lets get up to speed, book one had zombies laying waste to everyone and everything in their path, escaping with their lives Nurrin and her brother Collin , her boyfriend Dustin and Finn's best friend finally manage to find a safe haven only to discover that Dustin has been infected, Nurrin and Finn set off to find an antidote, on their return back to
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Carra
Jul 27, 2014 rated it it was amazing
First-if you haven't read the first book, The World Without a Future-go pick it up now! You'll need to read it before starting Horde to understand everything that's going on. Second-I love this series! I never used to think I'd like to read zombie books, but after a friend wrote one that I really liked, a favorite author of mine wrote one that I also really liked, and then I come across this series...well, let's just say there will probably be many more zombies in my future reading :-)

And then t
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Barbara Ann
The Horde Without End picks up where the first book ended, with Finn and Ren’s ongoing journey to find Ren’s brother, Collin and her boyfriend, Dustin. The enigmatic Finn is Collin’s best friend and his two main priorities are keeping Collin and Ren alive. After surviving their arduous trek to obtain medication for Dustin, who was injured during their escape from a zombie invasion of their Safe Haven or home in the first book, they must now face the wide open, zombie-infested terrain to find and ...more
Simone Smith
May 27, 2014 rated it it was amazing
*ARC received in return for an honest review


Before I start my review this is the second instalment in The World Without End series so, if you have not read World Without Future go get yourself a copy and read that first....

If you are still reading I presume you have read it and, like me, you are a bit of a zombie fan. I will watch anything with these flesh eating, undead monsters from films to The Walking Dead TV show, so this series was a must read for me from the start. After finishing book on
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❤ Jane ❤
Review posted on The Bookwhore Diaries.
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I think this book is more correctly placed on the Adult category. The nature of the love scenes is for Adult books. Or so I think.

Ever since I watched Dawn of the Dead, I’ve been obsessed with everything zombie. My favorite zombie movie is I Am Legend, my fave game is Left4Dead2 and my fave TV show is The Walking Dead. So you might have a pretty clear idea on how I really like zombie entertainment. Zombies as we know, eats flesh and when you get bitten you’
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Kendall {Book Crazy}
I was dying for this book! I read the first book in the series last month and was desperate for this book to release, especially with how the first book ended! I freaking loved this book! I enjoyed it just as much as the first book! I have to admit that there wasn't as much action in this book as what there was in the first book, but there was a lot of other things going on and the plot was developed on brilliantly from the first book! The action did sort of become more intense as the book progr ...more
Sharrice
Jul 30, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Oh snap it just got real up in here!

The Horde Without End picked up right where The World With No Future Left off. Nurrin’s brother and boyfriend have gone missing and now Finn and Ren have to team up again to find them. Finn and Ren go all over the communities in search of Collin, but it seems they are three steps behind them. However, with every community they enter Finn begins facing his past and Ren is finding out more and more who the real Finn O’Malley really is.

I loved HWE! I read this bo
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Roxanne Kade
Jul 25, 2014 rated it it was amazing
I can honestly say that this series is the first zombie series that I have warmed to completely. I've never really been a fan of gnashing teeth and the putrid undead, but Andrews delivers an action-packed thrilling story filled with plenty of heart and emotion.

The end of book one was pure torture and I could not wait for this book's release. I loved that there was so much from Finn's perspective because he is such a complex character and I was trying to figure him out the whole way, just as Ren
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Love, Holly Xx
Aug 01, 2014 rated it it was amazing
CHILLS!!!! I have chills!!! It's not very many books at all that do that to me, but this book did exactly that. Oh my word! This book!!! This whole series in fact! I loved book #1. Loved, loved, loved it, which I wasn't expecting to because I hate zombies with a passion. They terrify me! They're the one thing I can never watch in films or TV, and I never even entertained the thought of reading about them until this series came along.

So now we have book #2 . . .

We get small snippets of informatio
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Laura
Mar 20, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I really liked this book. There were a few grammatical errors here and there, but nothing that was too distracting. I think the author did a really good job illustrating the chemistry between Finn and Nerrin. Finn, for the most part was a decent male lead, although I did get kind of tired of his constant refusal to answer questions. I could have done with a little less mockery on his part, but that might be just because I have had it up to here with mocking males in books lately. There was proba ...more
Miranda
Jul 27, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Was the second book as great as the first? ABSOLUTELY! Again, I gobbled this book up and found myself so addicted to what was happening and the tension between Ren and Finn. Nazarea Andrews has rocked this series so far and the sheer enjoyment that I have received out of is unbelievable.

We are still following Ren, who is stuck with Finn, to find her brother Collin. During this search, you find out more about Finn than you did in the first book; his character is starting to make more sense. I am
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The BookWhisperer
Oct 03, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Was the second book as great as the first? ABSOLUTELY! Again, I gobbled this book up and found myself so addicted to what was happening and the tension between Ren and Finn. Nazarea Andrews has rocked this series so far and the sheer enjoyment that I have received out of is unbelievable.

We are still following Ren, who is stuck with Finn, to find her brother Collin. During this search, you find out more about Finn than you did in the first book; his character is starting to make more sense. I am
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Donna
Aug 28, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I hope this is not the end, as it said at the end of this book, since our heroine, Nurrin, is left in a very precarious situation. And I hope the next one comes out soon so I don't have to reread these. The zombies are changing, adapting, congregating in much larger groups, as suggested by the title of this book.
This is one of the fairly new categories, "New Adult" because it is for college age instead of 15 year olds. This means there is cursing and sex, both of which I like. So I am hoping to
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Alexandra
Nov 19, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2015, favorites
In the breathtaking sequel of "The World without End" Finn and Nurrin must travel into more Havens in order to find Collin. But the zombies are evolving and the Havens will not be prepared for the new attacks. Whatsmore, Nurrin's feelings for Finn will be tested when his past will slowly be revealed.

With more mystery than action in this one, I don't believe that the book suffered from second-book-syndrome. Nazarea did a fine job keeping me on edge with the double POV of Finn and Nurrin along wit
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Donna
Aug 27, 2014 rated it it was amazing
I hope this is not the end, as it said at the end of this book, since our heroine, Nurrin, is left in a very precarious situation. And I hope the next one comes out soon so I don't have to reread these. The zombies are changing, adapting, congregating in much larger groups, as suggested by the title of this book.
This is one of the fairly new categories, "New Adult" because it is for college age instead of 15 year olds. This means there is cursing and sex, both of which I like. So I am hoping to
...more
Jillian
Aug 03, 2014 rated it it was amazing
A solid 4.5 but since the series is so mesmerizing, I rounded up. *shrugs*

I stayed up all night reading both books and all I have to say is friggen REALLY?! I have to wait until book 3 for Ren and Finn to get their shit together? Gah! That's too far away!.... I could cry.

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Damn you Nazarea Andrews for writing such a captivating series with such stubborn characters; you made me into an addict.
Kathy Gray
Aug 20, 2014 rated it really liked it
I won this book on the goodreads giveaway and I really liked it. It was not your typical zombie story. It has somewhat of a love story in it and a lot to think about what if's. I really wnjoyed reading this book. Now, I have to get the first book and the next book to round out the story. It was good even though I had not read the first book.
Tara
This book was way too short!!!! Ugh!!!!!! Seriously.

The second installment in this series has done nothing but leave me even more anxious for the rest of the story.

In order to avoid frustration, I recommend not starting this series until it is finished. The wait is killing me.
Valia Lind
Oct 04, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I adore this book so much I can't even explain it to you. You'll have to read this series for yourself because it is AWESOME. That is all.
✿kawehi.reviews
Nov 06, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: review-copy
☆I received an RC via Inkslinger PR (the author) in exchange for an honest review. Thank you!!☆

Wow. So much stakes and tension going around. I wonder what's going to happen next?
Patti
Aug 11, 2014 rated it it was amazing
love it
The Bookwhore Diaries
Review posted on The Bookwhore Diaries.
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I think this book is more correctly placed on the Adult category. The nature of the love scenes is for Adult books. Or so I think.

Ever since I watched Dawn of the Dead, I’ve been obsessed with everything zombie. My favorite zombie movie is I Am Legend, my fave game is Left4Dead2 and my fave TV show is The Walking Dead. So you might have a pretty clear idea on how I really like zombie entertainment. Zombies as we know, eats flesh and when you get bitten you’
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Desiree Putaski
Aug 12, 2014 rated it really liked it
This is the second book in The World Without End Series. Book one (The World Without a Future) was featured for just 99 pennies and I decided to pick it up (by the way it’s still just only $0.99 so pick it up) and when I saw book two come across my email as a tour I had to join up!

Nurrin’s brother, Collin, and her boyfriend, Dustin, have gone missing. They’ve left the Haven without a word to anyone. She’s determined to find them and the only person who can help her do that is the one person she
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