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#1 Bestseller on Amazon!The Colonists have attacked. Their ships blaze in the dark on the inky black waters of the Sound. They'll burn through the night, remnants of a battle lost. A battle won by the Vashons. This time.What will come with the morning light is still a mystery, especially to Joss and her Lost Boys. They're entering the sanctuary of a strange tribe, one shun#1 Bestseller on Amazon!The Colonists have attacked. Their ships blaze in the dark on the inky black waters of the Sound. They'll burn through the night, remnants of a battle lost. A battle won by the Vashons. This time.What will come with the morning light is still a mystery, especially to Joss and her Lost Boys. They're entering the sanctuary of a strange tribe, one shunned by the rest of the wild. One feared and hated for their complete loss of humanity and pure savagery.But they'll soon discover that things in Neverland are rarely as they seem.The world is changing, a war is brewing and as the fight they've started comes to a head, they'll be forced to decide. Do they want to survive?Or do they want to live?...

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  • Carol (StarAngel's Reviews) Allen
    2018-11-23 11:28

    4 HEA StarsWell, the series is over and I'm a bit sad to see it go. I would have liked to have found out (view spoiler)[who Cren's daughter was (hide spoiler)] and what happened to Vin. Damn...I LOVE that boy! I do have to say that this series definitely went by quickly and I didn't have one *yawning* moment.An author I will absolutely be reading more of.

  • Tracey
    2018-12-12 16:20

    I don't even care if I'm biased, this was my favorite book in the series to write. I'm sad to say goodbye to it...

  • Jasmine
    2018-11-24 13:30

    Actual rating: 5/5 undeniable starsWow, this is the first time I gave 5 stars to the entire series; not The Hunger Games, not Divergent, and not even series from Jennifer L. Armentrout(If you know me well, you'll know that I'm seriously addicted to her books! Although in this case, there are still some books I dislike compared to others in the same series.). Actually, the Survival trilogy deserved so, so, so much more than just 5 stars.LEAVE TOMORROW FOR THE COWARDS. TODAY YOU MUST BE FEARLESS.Joss and Ryan's apocalyptic story continued, but they realized there were secrets either the Colonists or The Hive, the most powerful gang in the area, kept behind. In this book, there were many brutal, bloodthirsty, and gory fighting scenes of both humans and zombies. The author managed to capture the exact moment in between, combining the instant actions with strong emotions all at once. One false move, just a little too much pressure on the wrong spot, and BAM! We'll remember you fondly. I'm sure you'll make a wonderful BBQ for your cannibal buddies to doggy bag home.What I like about the story is the way the author put those hilarious banters into those seemingly hazardous situations when Joss and her friends companions dealt with serious problems, definitely lighting up all the protagonists' mood then. Well, at least it worked on me. "Are you going to sleep with your knife on your hip?""I'd be stupid not to.""Should I be worried I'll wake up with it in my gut the way I woke up to your elbow in my face?"Moreover, I have no idea what it was for Joss with all the Peter Pan stuff. She seemed really into those fairytales a lot. No wonder she deemed herself as Tinkerbell, of course, not that pretty, seductive fairy, it was the one with broken wings, being caged in the dark corner by zombies and crawlers instead. Anyway, she was kind of cute in her metaphor and personification. "That is precisely the point, yes," Elijah agrees."From what Andy heard in your meeting with Marlow---" "Captain Hook," Trent corrects."Shush," I whisper to him, exasperated."Hey, it's your thing. I'm only trying to help."Oh, I haven't mentioned how much I love the development in Joss and Ryan's relationship. Apparently, we can see that Joss was struggling with her own emotional management, not knowing how to express her true feelings and even worse, she kept pushing him away when she was totally stressed out. Honestly, I felt truly sorry and sympathetic for her poor social skills most of the time when it came to facing her thoughts. She'd let them gnaw at her heart, her mind but wouldn't make effort to vent her anger, desperation, or confess her love no matter how Crenshaw or Trent kept persuading her. Win or lose, live or die, I'm with him all the way.Luckily, she EVENTUALLY managed to overcome her all-time fear that everyone who was close to her would die because of zombies or became one, which prevented her from having emotions, and PLUCKED UP HER COURAGE TO "man up like a man and tell the guy he loves him. Yay! I was practically cheering crazily for her at that moment! The best and the worst part was that they DID share something longingly intimate but it ended before it started. Not many details and the author left much to the imagination, though. Not that I was complaining about their small warming-up, but I just need more of them!All in all, I'm satisfied about the entire trilogy and everything happened to the characters were unforgettable. Perhaps I might like zombies a little more now. :) The review won't complete without my selected soundtracks and those are for Joss & Ryan:R. City ft. Adam Levine-Lock Away: For how the two of them met and how they stayed with each other in the end.A Great Big World ft. Christina Aguilera-Say Something, Roxette-Listen To Your Heart, and Demi Lovato-Heart by Heart: The moment Joss was finally able to be fearless and said those never-getting-tired-to-say three words to Ryan.One Direction-They Don't Know About Us and Auburn-Perfect Two: To our favorite one true pairing in the post-apocalyptic world. They were meant for each other the moment they met. Joss/Jocelyn x Ryan Hyperion Thanks to Mita, who recommended this fantastic series to me, it was an incredible reading experience for me.Thanks to the author, Tracey Ward, who did an excellent job in creating awesome characters and what impressed me most was the way she tightly connected all of them from the beginning to the end. To put it differently, there were no more cliffhangers, no unanswered questions, no confusing spots. I tried to recall what happened to those characters from book 1 to the finale and I realized that the author did a great job to tie up all the loose ends. Much to my surprise, Tracey wrapped up everything perfectly; it was absolutely flawless. Well done! I genuinely hope you guys enjoy this series as much as I do. :DP.S. Seriously, I think this trilogy needs a lot more people to appreciate the beautifully written story!

  • Jenna
    2018-11-29 14:28

    Tearing down the walls, is not correct tearing out my heart is more like it.I don't want this series to end, I don't want to say goodbye. I have come to love Joss, Ryan, Trent and even Vin.This is the final installment in the series, the only way to be free is to fight the Colonies and free the people. When everyone turns Joss, Ryan and Trent away for the fight they find an unlikely ally. War is coming and nothing is more worth fighting for than your freedom.This book was freakingGive Trent his own book.

  • Naksed
    2018-11-19 09:24

    Very nice conclusion to this zombie apocalypse, where the humans are more monstrous and dangerous than those poor infected masses. It was also a nice break from romance books. This book is about action. The scenes of violence are riveting, shocking and effective, but not gratuitous or torture porny. The romance subplot is by no means unimportant and is definitely resolved here, in a safe, YA, fade to black way. I was a little disappointed that the potential love triangle was left dangling, with that third character, an incredibly charismatic and interesting post-apocalyptic pimp turned soldier and leader just disappearing at the end after an awkward encounter with our heroine, but perhaps it is because the author plans to give him his own novel? I am all for it! More Vin please :)

  • Tom Lewis
    2018-11-20 15:24

    Add Jocelyn to the list of people I want with me when the zombie apocalypse comes! This series was so ridiculously awesome! It picks up 8 years after the equally awesome Quarantine series, with a new set of characters, and some new human threats alongside the zombies. Tracey Ward killed it with this series, continuing to build on the characters, and creating new challenges. If you’re a fan of The Walking Dead or anything post-apocalyptic, you need to read this series.

  • Larissa :) [HIATUS]
    2018-12-10 13:23

    Well yet another series I absolutely loved!Thank you Jasmine for bringing it to my attention! :D :D :D :D

  • Stephanie
    2018-12-18 16:26

    Having seen this series recommended by one of my favorite authors, I was excited to see what it was about. From the very first chapter of book one I was hooked. Joss is the type of heroine I love; self sufficent, strong, sarcastic but with a big heart. Even when she would be dealing with her own personal demons she never let them get her down or to take away from the ultimate goal of saving those she loved. Watching her go from a loner to finally getting the family she always secretly craved was beautiful. Enter Ryan; there couldnt be a better match for her (Just as Trent said). He was the human side of the dark new world that showed her not all was lost. Their relationship was slow building but when it finally came to be all the trials & heartache was worth it. I adored them! But probably my favorite person to sneak up on me was Trent. When you first meet him you have no clue what to expect. His dry wit and endless knowledge added much needed comic relief. Some of my favorite scenes were between him & Joss. Their banter and arguments (usually Joss being the only one mad) was hilarious. His loyalty to not only Ryan but to Joss as well made me love him that much more. The first two books in the series all leaded up to this final act and I couldn't have wanted it to end any differently. The unexpected allies, action and uncertainty of how it would all go kept me glued to my iPad. There was some heartbreaking moments but much happiness. My only complaint is I wish to have had an epilogue. To see how everyone is but I'm hoping her other series (which is suppose to be ten years in the future) will show my favorite characters. This series will be added to my favorites & I'll be sure to visit Joss, Ryan & Trent again. 5 Stars!

  • She
    2018-12-10 14:18

    3,5 stars.I have to be honest, I'm a bit disappointed with this book. The first two books were great, the book had me hooked the whole way. The characters were well developed, the storyline was stunning, It was action packed. But the last one, not so much. In this book, I think the characters were not fully developed. Short review:The writing: Well written. (4 stars) The character: Like I said before, the characters were not fully developed. ・Joss: She is a tough girl, I know. She had been through a lot of pain, the people she cared were died, leave her alone. But I'm getting tired of her bullshit. She keeps pissing me off. Why? She was so rude to people. Every people. I know why she did that but it was too much, I'm done with her. (3 stars)・Ryan: He was supposed to be Joss's rock. In the first two books, He was so oh lovely. He protected her, cared her. But in this book…I didn't find it. Where's the chemistry gone? Not feeling it in them. Maybe there was too much character development…so his portion was small? I don't know. (3 stars)・Trent and Vin: I liked them, Trent especially. His character was very well developed. He turned to be a nice guy after all. (Trent 3,5 stars and Vin 3 stars)The story and plot: What I loved the most about this book is the way that the author set the story up. Mrs. Ward waste no time getting the story started. It was well paced, action packed. Incredible story. (4 stars for the story and plot)I want to say thank you to Mrs. Ward. I loved this series, a lot. Thanks for making these amazing books. One of my fave series. I will miss Joss and the lost boys for sure :")

  • ☆Joycedale☆
    2018-12-15 17:16

    Won a paperback when its published, so excited, can't wait!update:This was definitely the best one in the series. There was a few surprises and some stuff I expected.It picks up right where Backs leaves off so there's no missing time. I didn't expect that scence to go how it did.Joss and Ryan are so good together and Trent is still just as badass as ever. What Vin has been up to is unbelievable. The Vashons show up where they're not expected. I do love Joss and Trent's relationship. He seems to be her best friend and there's one scene well you know there's going to be change within them.I mostly love the ending. I mean it is a ZA story so of course there is death.I'm a little heartbroken to know Joss's story is over. No more Ryan and Vin either but Trent is getting a novella I hear. Which is awesome, he ended up being my favorite character.

  • Jenne
    2018-12-01 16:10

    Now that I've finished this trilogy and the other series that takes place before this one, I'm sad it's all over. I will admit to not being sold on Joss in the first book but now that it's over we've come full circle and she ended up being one hell of a character. The zombie books by Ms. Ward are so awesome and this one was phenomenal. I really had a hard time putting it down. Based on the cliffhanger from book 2 I never imagined book 3 would go in the direction it did. Ms. Ward has such a way of bringing her characters to life...even the bad guys...and you can't help but be emotionally invested in them. Trent was the best sidekick in the world too! If you're a zombie fan with some romance thrown in go pick these up!

  • Amanda R
    2018-11-20 11:22

    I think the writer tried to put a bit too much into this final book but overall it was a satisfying ending to the series.

  • Natasha(Books are my sustenance)
    2018-11-27 11:21

    An awesome-excellant-absolutely faultless ending to the series

  • Bridgette
    2018-12-14 09:03

    Really goodEnjoyed this book so much. It is completely different than any book I've ever read. The couples r world couples not the perfect couple romantic crap :)

  • Raquel
    2018-12-10 10:19

    Come home from work and the ebook ARC is waiting for me on my kindle. :) So excited!! Love this series!

  • Heidi Frese
    2018-12-07 16:02

    Thanks for a great series, and a perfect ending.

  • Sheila Shepherd
    2018-12-09 14:05

    Such a great ending to a fantastic series!!!! I will miss these characters soooo much!!!

  • Teresa
    2018-11-20 14:13

    I loved this series focusing on Joss and Ryan; both were strong characters. There really was an entire cast of of wonderfully developed, flawed, human characters; I enjoyed and appreciated that everyone's morality was gray, as it should be. (view spoiler)[I found it refreshing that the cannibals weren't treated (by the author) as evil beings, just out for flesh; in this world the decisions they've made to survive make perfect sense and the majority of them became relatable. (hide spoiler)] It was also very nice to see Jordan and Ali again, if unfulfilling.As with the Quarantined series before it, I was incredibly disappointed with the ending; I needed more. For some strange reason, Ward seems to like to rush an ending. (view spoiler)[I get that we're supposed to see and be happy that the bad guy is dead and everyone is hopeful, Joss and Ryan are going to make a play for happiness, but it isn't enough in this type of book. These are stressful to read, a short resolution isn't acceptable; give us a little more time to wind down and "see" everyone/everything righted! I don't think it would've been asking too much to see Jordan, Beth and Ali reunited, since we didn't really get to to see them together at the end of their own series either. Why didn't Joss and Ryan warrant a prologue? Also, leaving Vin out of the end was a travesty. I understand that the Rising series is going to focus on him and Trent from the beginning, but we'd invested so much in his character and Joss cared a great deal about him - part of her story was his story - we can only hope that the Rising will get around to some closure for his present day situation. (hide spoiler)]I know I've done a lot of complaining, but this was an awesome story that deserved a better send off. Definitely recommend a read though, despite my bitching. One of my new favorite zombie apocalypse universes. I'm going to start Vin/Trent's story Gods of the Dead tonight.

  • Manz
    2018-11-18 12:15

    Book was good! Joss was not.For a girl who lived 6 years on her own, you would think she'd be smarter about when to shut her mouth. I think I went from really liking Joss in the first book because she was kick ass, to... really not because she just couldn't keep her mouth shut and kept making aggressive comments to everyone she didn't trust or like. It was like she could be stupid because Ryan and Trent was with her. I didn't really like that slip in her character.Aside from that, the action was great, the intense moments were rightly balanced and the book kept me turning page after page. I wish there was more or another series on Trent and Amber, that would be super cute. I really like Trent - also really like Vin, but not sure if I should start her next series on these 2... not sure if it'd be repetitive.

  • Samantha
    2018-11-24 17:15

    This book offers the conclusion to the trilogy, which wrapped up the story very well. Much of the events were surprising to me, in a good way. We get to know some of the characters more deeply. I did feel like some of the description of Joss's feelings for Ryan felt over the top...but it made sense to be that way too, considering the intensity of their situation. This wasn't my favorite book by Ward or in this series, but I still really enjoyed it and thought it provided a great ending to the story.

  • Justine Nicole
    2018-12-10 10:10

    Definitely worth the read! I loved this series! Joss is so relatable and you can't help but love her lost boys. There were a few vague things I wish we had gotten more detail on, like Ali's condition, and who won the museum, but it was ending I could live with.

  • Danielle Thomas
    2018-12-04 14:29

    Love this series!

  • Anastassia Dyubkova
    2018-12-14 09:17

    Когда речь идёт о произведениях, состоящих из нескольких частей, всегда опасаешься, что продолжение будет хуже начала, но здесь всё получилось хорошо - заключительная часть трилогии так же хороша, как первые две книги. Завершение было достойным, хотя и финальная битва показалась достаточно короткой и несколько скомканной после всех предшествовавших ей событий.Но вообще, повторюсь, в целом это было хорошо, в процессе чтения третьей книги я часто ловила себя на мысли, что мне хочется проглотить её одним махом, не прерываясь на какие-то повседневные дела. И на фоне того, что в своё время я долго не могла проникнуться первой книгой, это было воистину странно. В этой книге мне определённо хватило всего - динамики, психологии, в каком-то смысле и драмы тоже. Хотя что меня ещё безусловно порадовало у Трейси Уорд - каким-то магическим образом у неё умудряются уцелеть практически все ключевые персонажи, хотя казалось бы - зомби-апокалипсис, борьба между несколькими враждующими группировками людей, эпичная финальная битва против главгада... Какой-нибудь другой автор наверняка грохнул бы половину действующих лиц. А здесь этого нет, и это, чёрт возьми, приятно.Хотя вообще примерно к середине книги я для себя лично поняла, что эта серия даже скорее не про зомби-апокалипсис, а больше про взаимоотношения между людьми. Про то, как Джосс, которая потеряла всех, к кому была привязана и долго жила в одиночестве, учится взаимодействовать с людьми и доверять им, в каком-то смысле, наверно, даже заново учится любить. Про то, как борются за влияние разные партии - в целом достаточно интересно наблюдать за тем, насколько разные методы они все используют. Про то, как люди стараются выживать, каждый по-своему.И герои здесь прописаны реально годно, по крайней мере те, кому здесь уделяется больше всего внимания. И даже что-то вроде любовного треугольника есть. Причём, полагаю, Вин должен бы казаться более интересным персонажем за счёт своей неоднозначности: он с одной стороны вроде как и положительный персонаж, потому что помогает главной героине, и вообще они в целом борются за одну и ту же идею, а с другой стороны в нём всегда чувствуется некая тёмная сторона. Райан по сравнению с ним уж очень идеальный, но при этом мне всю дорогу необъяснимо больше нравился именно он. И его странненький друг Трент, пожалуй, тоже. Что касается Джосс, это вообще тот редкий счастливый случай, когда главная героиня, будучи девушкой, при этом не производит впечатления явной Мэри-Сью (а это наиболее раздражающие персонажи, которые обычно заставляют с настороженностью относиться к книгам с главной героиней-девушкой, особенно если это пост-ап или ещё какая-нибудь фантастика/фэнтези). У неё действительно куча недостатков, и это подкупает, пусть эти недостатки и базируются в основном на неумении взаимодействовать с людьми и излишней эмоциональности. Внезапно Джосс оказывается реально хороша и просто как персонаж, и как герой-нарратор. И статики в ней нет, а есть эволюция, что является ещё одним несомненным плюсом.В целом готова признать, что Трейси Уорд для меня приятное открытие, и эту серию я, возможно, даже когда-нибудь перечитаю - а в моём случае для книг в данном жанре это скорее редкое явление.

  • Tabby
    2018-12-01 11:04

    While I'm always going to want more, I think this was an excellent way to end this series. Just the right balance of closure, without too much promise of what the future holds. Considering the world of these characters, it was the perfect kind of ending. There is just something about this series that I got swallowed up in and was sad to see it end. It has that spark that is missing from so many other books. I kept thinking how much Joss reminded me of Katniss from The Hunger Games or even Remy from Hollowland, but the difference is that Joss' character development is so much richer and the end result is more satisfying. I liked that she didn't warm up to people too soon and that it really did take the span of the series for her to finally get to that place, but that she never completely lost that rough edge to her personality. She's still just as strong as she was in the beginning. I love that while it is considered a zombie book, it's about so much more. It takes that whole route of how power can change people for the better or worse. While the Colonies originally started as a good thing, they ended up twisting into the complete opposite. Then there's Vin, who came from a place of corruption and turned into a leader that people respected and loved. Now, as for Vin...I'll come back to that later.The romance kept a perfect balance during the whole series. It never overshadowed the rest of the plot or other characters, it just added more to both Joss and Ryan's development. It never felt rushed and was very organic.As for the supporting characters, they were all equally great and fleshed out but Trent tops the list. I loved his character and his relationships with everyone else, especially his banter with Joss. This is a character I would love to read more about, but, at the same time, would be very worried about it damaging the impact of how this series ended. Sometimes I guess it's better to just leave people wanting more. Now, on to the only reason I gave this a 4 star instead of 5. I wanted more closure with Vin. This was my favorite character from the first book, and I was so happy to have him back and to see what had become of him. I just wished that ending had tied up a few more loose ends concerning his character. (view spoiler)[I hated how things are left with his relationship with Joss, that the last thing they do is fight, and that you never truly find out what happened to him. You're just left with this shred of hope that he made it, which I guess is enough, but I'm greedy and would have liked to have had a reunion.(hide spoiler)]Overall, this series will go down as one of my favorites in this genre. Great writing, great characters, and an exciting story.

  • Imstillhere
    2018-12-18 15:12

    Simply put: Riveting.This series is so awesomely action packed you'll find yourself holding your breath, muscles tensed and ready for a fight! Written from the main character's view point and so well done you feel like you are truly looking through the heroine Joss's mind and hearing her thoughts. I am very impressed with Joss. She is the ultimate female lead : strong mentally, physically, willing to open her heart to compassion and passion despite the vulnerabilities that come intense play despite how hard she tries to remain numb after living on her own for nearly a decade as a lone female in a zombie apocalypse. It's rare to find such a badass teen, with backbone for days, resilient, and fully capable of taking care of herself. Not once is she a damsel in distress. A pain so great you never want to think about it. i also become so immersed in the depiction of each individual's experiences that created a generation stock piled with issues of ptsd, fear, pain physically and emotional and panic attacks that accompanies Joss and the people she encounters.. She is a true hero. I love Ryan, Trent, Crenshaw and even Vic. The characters are intriguing and the story addictive. This is such a great series. Each book as good if not better than the last. Excellent narration by the talent of Tracey Ward, showcasing her incredible talent. I'm seriously crushing on this series because it is so empowering to women and humanity. If you need an escape, an addictive read to curl up and go for a ride in post-apocalyptic Washington state with a rich plot that doesn't leave you wanting, then grab this series- it's a must read. I guarantee you won't want to put it down! I'm so happy I came across this series, now, I think if I run into zombies I might have a fighting chance, and I gotta buy me an ASP asap!

  • S.T. Williams
    2018-12-14 17:22

    Tearing Down the Wall is the exciting conclusion to Tracey Ward's Survival series picking up where we left off with Joss, Ryan and Trent as the face off with the Cannibals. Turns out the old saying "Enemy of my enemy is my friend" is true even during the zombie apocalypse so a small alliance quickly forms to take down the northern colony and rescue the friends Joss left behind. Things quickly escalate but I don't want to give away any spoilers so I will just say that if you have read this far you would be stupid to stop now shit is just about to get real. Joss redeems herself a bit in my eyes in this one. After reading Back Against the Wall I thought she had somehow morphed from smart survivor to bumbling idiot just because she met a real boy for the first time in her life....while that is still slightly true I realize now that she was always kind of naïve, in the words of my favorite sort of Wizard Crenshaw "A lack of knowledge does not indicate meager intelligence." Joss is learning on the fly and to spell it out as eloquently as my boy Trent did "You're not special Joss," ..."Neither is Ryan, but the two of you together that's something different." Joss and Ryan are not super military geniuses they are just kids who have managed to survive and find each other. Joss is learning to cope with her new emotions but it's not always an easy task and she screws up and talks way too much but instead it unnerving me like it did in the last installment I find her lack of filter kind of endearing in this one. It's a beautiful conclusion full of plot twists,bloody vengeance, and lost boys and girls finding their true homes in the hearts of those who will remember them when they are gone...in conclusion I really hope that if and when the zombies do come they're of the slow moving variety and I find out that I have what it takes to be a "Mother Fucking Tinkerbell"

  • Taylor
    2018-12-01 14:15

    Actual rating: 3.5 starsThere was nothing wrong with this book, and some scenes I loved, I just was bored throughout most of it. I really had to force myself to continue reading. Which is a shame since I absolutely loved the previous books. It truly is a great trilogy though!

  • Ashleyjo
    2018-12-06 12:11

    As I said in my review for the first book, this series doesn't have a larger than life, fancy smansy plot with twists and turns; collegiate words for illusion of grander; nor any promises for a day of rainbows and ribbons for the characters. What it does have is a certain raw grit that will leave you in awe of how the characters deal with what is their lives, witty and complex characters, and lessons to be learned. Joss starts off as such an emotionally devoid gal that is surviving but not living, and throughout this series, she has opened her heart and her mind to the concept of receiving and giving help, love, and friendship. It was such a beautiful, perfect character growth. It's funny how being afraid of being afraid can be the biggest, most detrimental fear of all! The relationship with Alex and Joss was sweet, patient, and realistic. He's the good guy that all moms want their daughters to find one day:) Trent, oh Trent! The witty banter between him and Joss had me in stitches. Dear author, please give this man a series!!! I could eat him up with a spoon and beg for seconds!!!The end was fittingly happy, albeit no riding off on a white horse and all. Tomorrow isn't promised! Anything more would've been so wrong considering the world they still live in and have to survive. My only complaint was that Pimp Daddy Vin was kinda left hanging... We didn't get any clues as to what happened to his arse:( The Survival series is going up there in my top 10 for this genera of books.

  • Nicole G.
    2018-12-14 09:04

    Ah! I love Ryan and Trent!

  • Greg at 2 Book Lovers Reviews
    2018-12-19 14:12

    This is the third and final installment in Tracey Ward’s Survival Series. Joss’ story picks right up where Tracey left us hanging in Backs Against the Wall. Joss, Ryan and Trent continue on their quest to free the colonists from the MOHAI.Reading Tearing Down the Wall, I was truly impressed with the great, witty dialogue that Ward created. The back and forth between Joss and Trent, with the odd pieces here and there from Ryan. The dialogue kept me turning the pages (or in my case tapping the bottom right hand corner of my Kindle). This is one of her greatest strengths as an author.It is weird when you know a series is coming to an end, especially in the case of an author like Ward (she is the Queen of the cliff-hanger). I “want” a happy ending, but I don’t want it to be easy…there has to be tension. Tearing Down the Wall is definitely tense, Joss is a constant threat to her own happiness; there are times I just want to grab her and smack her – she needs to stop living in fear of caring and accept the people who have come into her life.I am sad to see the Survival Series come to its completion. It is a great series that has such wide appeal. Even though I am far from YA, I can see the YA appeal with a strong, yet vulnerable, young woman as the main character. But, it has the perfect balance of Zombies to keep the Zombie enthusiast, like myself, turning the pages. I can only hope for more Zombies from Tracey Ward in the future.