The End Is Now
- The Apocalypse Triptych
- Narrated by: Stefan Rudnicki, Mur Lafferty, Kate Baker, Scott Sigler, Anaea Lay, Tina Connolly, Norm Sherman
- Series: Apocalypse Triptych, Book 2
- Length: 15 hrs and 4 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 01-10-14
- Language: English
- Publisher: Broad Reach Publishing
Edited by acclaimed anthologist John Joseph Adams and best-selling author Hugh Howey, The Apocalypse Triptych is a series of three anthologies of apocalyptic fiction. The End is Nigh focuses on life before the apocalypse. The End Is Now turns its attention to life during the apocalypse. And The End Has Come explores life after the apocalypse. The End Is Nigh is about the match. The End Has Come is about what will rise from the ashes. The End Is Now is about the conflagration.
Featuring stories by: Tananarive Due, Scott Sigler, Annie Bellet, Charlie Jane Anders, Seanan McGuire, Sarah Langan, Nancy Kress, David Wellington, Ken Liu, Elizabeth Bear, Ben H. Winters, Megan Arkenberg, Jonathan Maberry, Jake Kerr, Daniel H. Wilson, Will McIntosh, Jamie Ford, Desirina Boskovich, Hugh Howey, and Robin Wasserman.
Narrated by: Stefan Rudnicki, Mur Lafferty, Kate Baker, Lex Wilson, Anaea Lay, Tina Connolly, Norm Sherman, Stephanie Grossman, Folly Blaine, Rajan Khanna, Windy Bowlsby, Scott Sigler, Laurice White.
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By BillyBlackBear on 26-04-15
Please don't ever End!
This and its sister books are a complete triumph - I was concerned that I might not like the short story format but it works soooo well.
One or two of the books are a little weak but others are increasingly good and I think what works and doesn't will vary between readers but this series is definitely worth every penny.
By GhostMuppet on 19-03-15
Some gems when the world is ending
The second part in the series. I think this one had more misses than the last, but about the same amount of hits.
Hugh Howey ruled this - an excellent story and I am really looking forward to the third part. Desirina Boskovich still has a good story, even it wasn't as good as the first part. Annie Bellet and Jake Kerr round off the hit return authours, while Elizabeth Bear rocked the new comers.
Sarah Langan failed for the second time, and Jonathan Maberry lost it big time mainly due to the narration. Daniel H Wilson has to be the worse, i couldn't even finish it.
Looking forward to the final part of this series. Hopefully the hits will stay there, and will drag up a few of the others.
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By SAMA on 01-06-15
Visions of sadness
There are no happy endings here. Only small victories and shattered dreams. Like its predecessor, not all stories and narrators are equal. Still worth listening to, if you like thought provoking stories.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
By Peter Wombat on 06-06-15
Loses a star because the last story is That Bad.
Excellent idea and overall excellent follow on to the first book. A couple of stories didn't quite fit the "co" part, more post apocalyptic. The standalone stories were good additions.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful