Book Review: The End Has Come (The Apocalypse Triptych, #3) by John Joseph Adams

The End Has Come (The Apocalypse Triptych, #3)The End Has Come by John Joseph Adams
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Publisher:  Broad Reach Publishing
Summary:  Famine. Death. War. Pestilence. These are the harbingers of the biblical apocalypse, of the End of the World. In science fiction, the end is triggered by less figurative means: nuclear holocaust, biological warfare/pandemic, ecological disaster, or cosmological cataclysm. 

But before any catastrophe, there are people who see it coming. During, there are heroes who fight against it. And after, there are the survivors who persevere and try to rebuild. 

THE APOCALYPSE TRIPTYCH tells their stories. 

Edited by acclaimed anthologist John Joseph Adams and bestselling 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 focuses on life after the apocalypse. 

THE END HAS COME features all-new, never-before-published works by Hugh Howey, Seanan McGuire, Ken Liu, Carrie Vaughn, Mira Grant, Jamie Ford, Tananarive Due, Jonathan Maberry, Robin Wasserman, Nancy Kress, Charlie Jane Anders, Elizabeth Bear, Ben H. Winters, Scott Sigler, and many others. 

A good end for many of the stories being followed since the first book. I was glad I read this and definitely would recommend it. I'll definitely be looking for more by Tananarive Due.

My favorites here:
Bannerless by Carrie Vaughn
Dancing with a Stranger in the Land of Nod by Will McIntosh
The Seventh Day of Deer Camp by Scott Sigler
Resistance by Seanan McGuire
Heaven Come Down by Ben H Winters
Agent Neutralized by David Wellington
Goodnight Earth by Annie Bellet
Carriers by Tananarive Due (perfect ending to this story & it'll remain with me for some time)
In the Valley of the Shadow of The Promised Land by Robin Wasserman
The Grey Sunrise by Jake Kerr
In the Woods by Hugh Howey
Blessings by Nancy Kresss

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