The thrilling sequel to the runaway best seller The Last Girl.
Zoey is not the woman she once was. She's watched her friends die at the hands of their captors, been hunted, and returned from the brink of death. Now she must find the truth about who she is.
In search of the family she never knew, Zoey learns of personal records stored in an Idaho missile silo that may contain the information she and the other women seek. With the help of her group of newfound friends, Zoey travels to the missile facility, but among the records, they uncover information that leads to an insidious and horrific new foe: the Fae Trade, a macabre carnival of slavery and pain.
Zoey's journey into the darkest parts of the human psyche brings her perilously close to the ever-thinning line between good and evil, and the final cost in her quest for justice might be her own humanity.
©2016 Joe Hart (P)2016 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
Amazing follow-up to the first story in the series. Very fast-paced plot that keeps you in the edge of your seat. The world-building is incredible - so unique yet so believable. Character growth keeps things interesting, and plot twists keep you guessing the whole way.
I really enjoyed the first book but I thought the second book had a lot more plot and was so interesting to listen to. So much happens and I loved following Zoey's Story.
Dara Rosenberg was AMAZING. She captures Zoey's tone and had me along for the entire ride. I absolutely loved this and can't wait for the 3rd one!
I love this series. It's a long listen which is good because you get your money's worth. The book is well written. Zoey, the main character is frustrating at times because she's strong and determined but yet she has this "woe is me" thing that goes on throughout the book. I like the adventure it feels like I'm on when I listen to this series. I can't wait til the next one.
Listened to the first two in a few days. Wish I hadn't found it until 2017 ... waiting for book 3 is gonna kill me! Highly recommend this trilogy!
The narrator's tone voice seemed as if she was uninterested in the story was apparent at chapter 1.
The first book was much better.
I doubt I will purchase the third installment for fear it will be even worse than the second book.
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