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All the Stars in the Sky

(Until the End of the World #3)

4.58  ·  Rating details ·  2,476 ratings  ·  227 reviews
The final book in the Until the End of the World series is here!

Cassie Forrest has sworn she’ll never let the world get the best of her again.
She’s chosen to believe everything will be all right.
But on a journey filled with heartbreak and madness and zombies, Cassie and her friends must struggle to stay alive—and it’s hard to believe in a future when survival seems unl
Kindle Edition, 349 pages
Published January 28th 2015
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karen lynn sonsky Book 3, all the stars in the sky, takes care of Dan & brings in several new charactors that have more charactor development, and lives lost among…moreBook 3, all the stars in the sky, takes care of Dan & brings in several new charactors that have more charactor development, and lives lost among the original group. Members. Esp, After a terrible encounter, There are. Lots of gory zombie/ survivor fights with Lexers , but also more romance and family / group growth. / expansion.
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Carole (Carole's Random Life in Books)
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This was a really good conclusion to the series. When I find a series that I enjoy, I usually try to take a bit of a break between books just to stretch things out a bit. After finishing the previous book in this series, And After, I knew that this would be a situation where I couldn't wait to find out what would happen next. It has been quite the adventure with Cassie and the group.

This is the third book in the Until the End of the
Jan 23, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I was reluctant to start this book, only because the thought of seeing Cassie,Peter,Nelly,and the rest of the gangs journey end, formed knots in my stomach. Cassie Forester has been on one long, devastating journey suffering from one loss after another. I couldn't bare the thought of how their last trek for survival might end. The three books prior to, All the Stars in the Sky, were all beautifully written. I've said it once, and I'll continue you to say it again, and again. Sarah Lyons Fleming ...more
May 28, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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There are a lot of zombie books and this is one of them.

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Many Americans hold in their hearts the idea of the peaceful farmer who when faced with a threat takes down his old gun from above the mantlepiece and defends his home and family.

Historically it goes all the way back to the Revolutionary War and to this day people loudly quote the 2nd Amendment in defence of their right to take up arms against a perceived threat. The threats have varied quite a bit...everythi
Melissa Mulvihill
Once again, Julia Whelan spins this tale so that the line between storyteller and story is seamless . Her timing is impeccable; her tone and emotion absolutely brought these characters to life. I love that these novels center around not adolescents but adults . The unique feature of these three stories is the journey that a man and woman (Cass and Peter) embark upon after they end their relationship -while most people who break up part ways , Cass and Peter don't find comfort in a separation . F ...more
Karen’s Library
This was probably my favorite series of the year to date, and maybe even in my top 10 ever.

I loved all the feels, good and sad! I was completely enthralled with Cassie, Peter, and Nelly! Especially the comic relief between Cassie and Nelly.

There was a point in this read where I could barely breathe and I was so captivated that I had no idea where I was or what time it was. I haven't been this sucked in for a very long time! Wow!

Once I was hooked, I binge read all 4 books (including the novell
Jun 03, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
What an amazing conclusion to this series! I really loved it, even through all the tears, it had a perfect, perfect ending! Such an emotional rollercoaster ride!! I highly recommend this series!!!!!
Lorraine Southern
Fabulous, fabulous ending to a fabulous series ❤ ...more
Mandy (I Read Indie) Anderson
It isn’t easy to be optimistic when you have thousands of of unknown miles ahead of you and an army of zombies at your heels. Especially when the road you’ve been traveling for hours is barren of all life-except the undead, of course. If I hadn’t promised to believe everything will be all right, I might consider jerking the steering wheel out of Peter’s hands and sending us all into a tree. It may be unlikely we’ll get to Alaska but I won’t be the one to say it.

The Golden Rule of the zom ap
Lindsay Nixon
Jun 27, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition

I didn't think any book series would ever consume me the way The Hunger Games consumed me... until the end of the world (bad pun). I loved this. I loved this. I loved this. It was everything I ever wanted and everything I didn't know I wanted. My absolute best/favorite trilogy ever. EVER EVER.

If you loved The Hunger Games and have struggled to find anything that even comes close...and feel as though no other series will ever live up to that, re
Sep 30, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
And so the series comes to an end. This would be one of my most favourite series I think, certainly in recent years (up there with Wayward Pines - loved that too).

I shall not spoil things, other than to say that the zombies continue to be excellently written - scary enough to stay interesting, and not overwritten so that they become boring. Of course, the true horrors of any zombie apocalypse are the people, and this book in particular does a fabulous job of looking at different ways people can
Jan 26, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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Nov 16, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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Im so sad these books are all done I loved reading every single one and wish there would be more
*Suzy (ereaderuser)*
Perfect ending to a great series.
Nov 06, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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So sad to say goodbye to this series but incredibly happy I met Cassie along with the rest of these amazing characters.

It was a bittersweet ending and one wild ride! I laughed, cried and felt hope for this new world they were embarking on. Ms. Fleming has become a new favorite author of mine and I can’t wait to dive into the spinoff series. I’m not ready to part from this universe she’s created.

If you love your stories with heart, characters that jump off the pages, while trying to survive zom
Sep 25, 2016 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
2.5 Stars


The best thing I can say about this series is that it kept me captivated enough to finish. I think my biggest complaint was that I just didn't care enough about the main characters to really feel anything while reading this. It wasn't quite so bad that the only reason I continued was so I could poke fun at it later, but at times it came close.

There was a lot more action than in the first few books, but between action scenes it was pretty boring. I also really felt nothing for Pe
Bob Platypire
Mar 05, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This one took me a while to finish. I happened to look down and see that I only had 2 hours left, and I was NOT ready for it to end!! So, I kept stopping, doing other things, in an effort to pace myself lol. What I kept waiting for FINALLy happened, and I legit got butterflies lol. Strong flow continued throughout, and the ending left me both wanting more, but also satisfied. I absolutely love this series, and it’s likely to be one I revisit. Wonderful job on these books by both the author and n ...more
Dani (Dani Reviews Things & Love in a time of Feminism)
The perfect end to my favourite zombie series and probably favourite audiobook series EVER. I'm so freaking sad it's over but GAH, it was perfect.

Full review to come!
Rating: ALL the STARS in the sky!!!!
BEST Zomb/Apoc series I found!!! YES even better the WWZ *gasp*
I KNOW but it's really that good!!!
Aug 20, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
What a fantastic series! I loved it. Such great characters, very well written.
Mar 08, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Excellent series! Ms. Lyons Feming was masterful with how seamlessly she intertwined intense character relationships (love, loss, brutality, fear, trust, etcetera...) within a graphic, Zombie thriller. Being a Zombie genre diehard who seeks and expects the horror and terror from these books, I was pleasantly surprised with how flawlessly some seriously superb zombie fighting and descriptive graphics were threaded perfectly along with unquestionably impressive, believable and authentic character ...more
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The Lost Lola
Nov 30, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I am so in love with this series!
Hazel Bright
Feb 20, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This charming trilogy +1 has stuck with me for a few weeks now, quite a few books later. Turns out I miss my friends from this series, and writing this review helps me connect with them again. Cassie is one of the funniest, most clever wisecracking female protagonists - strike that - THE funniest, most clever wisecracking female protagonist - I have read. She doesn't start out that way, though. It takes a zombie apocalypse to reveal to her humor's best and truest use: coping with pain and gettin ...more
Maribel Zamora
Jun 28, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Kingdome Come is now a black pin and if Oliver wasn’t so blinded by his own fear maybe things would have turned out differently, maybe people would still be alive.
Cassie made a promise and she always keeps them. So when she put a bullet in her little sister’s head, the only solace was that Ana wouldn’t be roaming this world, that she was able to put an end to her.
Ana was one of my favorite characters and I had a feeling she wasn’t going to make it. Not because she was bananas but because she wo
Jan 25, 2018 rated it it was amazing

There are so many things I wish hadn’t happened. I can’t change the past, but I can strive to not live in fear they’ll happen again. I can believe that if they do, I’ll make it all right. A lightness expands in my chest until I’m filled with something I haven’t felt in a while—joy. Joy that I’m here to carry on when so much has been lost.

What a journey this has been. A roller coaster, car crash, space rocket, speed boat kind of journey with an insane amount of life and emotion. This entire ser
If ever there was a final book in a series that finished stronger than all the previous books in the series combined, this would be it. All the Stars in the Sky was an incredibly satisfying and action-packed final book in the Until the End of the World series. If you love zombie apocalypse novels with some romance thrown in, this is the series for you. Fleming jumps right into the present story so if you want to catch up, start with book 1. I am at once happy about reading this book and seeing t ...more
Nov 01, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I've really enjoyed this series! I found it to be an unexpected treat. Unlike a lot of zombie books, a significant amount of time was spent on character development. I loved the dialogue and character interactions throughout. The reader really comes to love the main group of characters, including all of the love interests. There are no love triangles here (thankfully), but there is a decent passage of time in which people are lost and life continues on. It's quite an accomplishment for the autho ...more
Apr 28, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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I wanted to put off listening to this one, because I knew it was the last book- but I also HAD to know what Cassie and the group faced before they got their happy ever after. I also had to find out who made it to their happily ever after, as Sarah Lyons Fleming isn't shy about killing off a favorite character. Nobody is guaranteed a safe spot in her world.

The characters are what makes this series so amazing. The survivors have all developed so much from the first book, and they are so real. The
Jul 09, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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All the previous books were great but this one is by far the most "wonderful" if I even can use this expression here. The charter's arc's, the unsuspected plot turn's were both heart warming and heart wrenching time and time again. It is so great to read a humane-first-of-all apocalypse story, it is pretty rear in the genre in my opinion, it is more then not all about the action in the other books, that's why this one is so special to me. Here it is about the people, and their stores, plus main ...more
Lucille Bransfield
I stretched out this series, because I’ll be sad when I finish the last book! I am in love with the whole set of characters in the story. Cassie, Peter, Penny, Nelly, even the new people that have joined them along the way to safety. It’s the zombie apocalypse, but you laugh, tear up and smile throughout. Thank you Sarah Lyons Fleming for doing such a great job on book 3. I’m so glad to find out Sarah’s other series has some of the same characters in it. I was not ready to give them up. Unto The ...more
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I'm a Laura Ingalls devotee, wannabe prepper and lover of anything pre-apocalyptic, apocalyptic and post-apocalyptic—-or anything in between. Add in some humor and romance, and I'm in heaven.

Besides an unhealthy obsession with home-canned food and Bug Out Bag equipment, I love books, making artsy stuff and laughing my arse off. Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, I now live in Oregon with my family a

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“The heart. It’s like a lizard’s tail. I read once that when the tail regenerates it’s never an exact replica, but it’s a tail nonetheless.” 3 likes
“I let my last bit of hope float up to the stars. It’s not so bad. I don’t know why I didn’t give up a year ago, a few months ago. Next world or not, I’m done with this one. I’m done with this body that has always been mine to give and no longer feels like it belongs to me.” 1 likes
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