• Review

    The End – Review

    Genre: Horror/Post-Apocalyptic

    Pairings: N/A

    Queer Rep: Bisexuality

    Warnings: Graphic depictions of violence, gore, discussion of self-harm, suicidal ideation

    [Note: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.]


    Being a teenager is rough. Being a queer teenager? Moreso. And being a queer teenager during the zombie apocalypse, well… at least it can’t get any worse.

    Cate’s life takes a cataclysmic turn on her seventeenth birthday. Now living in a world where the dead live and the living have lost their humanity, Cate and her sister struggle to survive. As if suddenly having to acclimate to zombies being a real thing isn’t bad enough, Cate soon discovers that not all zombies are as simple as they seem, and she just so happens to be immune to their virus.


    “The End” is a book with a strong voice and a focused plot. If you’re itching for a zombie thriller, the biggest strength of this novel is that it’s everything you expect it to be. Unfortunately, its biggest weakness is that it’s everything you expect it to be.