The Forever Ship : The Fire Sermon

  • by Francesca Haig
  • Narrated by Yolanda Kettle
  • Series: The Fire Sermon
  • 13 hrs and 36 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The thrilling conclusion to Francesca Haig's groundbreaking trilogy comes to a head in this brilliant finale.
Elsewhere exists. Cass, Piper and Zoe must race to prevent the Alphas from destroying what might be the only salvation for the Omegas and an end to the discrimination that comes, for them, with existing. But while they struggle to change the world, Cass must also overcome her grief and loyalty to her twin if she is ever to be free.

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What the Critics Say

"This book is a thought-provoking whirlwind of a story, with a fab lead character, grisly politics and brave adventure. I loved it!" (Jessie Burton)
"A hell of a ride. I would recommend it to anyone I can, regardless of age." (James Oswald)
"Set in a vividly realised world of elite Alphas and their 'weaker' Omega twins, it holds a mirror up to our obsession with perfection." (The Guardian)

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Customer Reviews

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Good, if a little drawn out

I’ve really enjoyed this series and was fascinated by the concept of this world. It was a brilliant idea. The first two books were great and ran along at great pace exploring all the ideas and horrors of this world. To say I didn’t fully enjoy this book would be unfair, but it felt like it was 2 or 3 hours too long (and I listen on 1.5x speed!) I felt like there was lots of filler and the story laboured along trying desperately to get to the point. I had to read it to find out what happens to the character and I suppose I was satisfied with the ending having invested hours and hours listening to the story. Was it as good as the previous two.. no... it just didn’t seem to have such a compelling story line...
I even got a little bored of the bloodshed and battles which seemed to be dragged out at times. Ok it’s a great trilogy.. I would recommend it, but be prepared to be a little impatient for the ending as it is read. (Faultless performance as always from the Narrator)
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- Stuart Grant

Ruthless

The last book in the trilogy included battles which were quite horrific to listen to. However, it was a good ending, albeit a sad one.

Listening to this book reminds one how absolute power corrupts absolutely and that the scenario of this trilogy may not be too far fetched from our future.
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- Poppey

Book Details

  • Release Date: 29-06-2017
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Limited