Extinction End

Extinction End Hope rises in the hearts of those still left standing but safety seems to be just an illusion In a single night of shattering terror Plum Island is destroyed and key scientist Dr Kate Lovato is abd

  • Title: Extinction End
  • Author: Nicholas Sansbury Smith
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  • Page: 278
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  • Hope rises in the hearts of those still left standing, but safety seems to be just an illusion In a single night of shattering terror, Plum Island is destroyed, and key scientist Dr Kate Lovato is abducted.The end has arrivedAlmost seven weeks have passed since the Hemorrhage Virus ravaged the world The remnants of the United States military have regrouped and relocaHope rises in the hearts of those still left standing, but safety seems to be just an illusion In a single night of shattering terror, Plum Island is destroyed, and key scientist Dr Kate Lovato is abducted.The end has arrivedAlmost seven weeks have passed since the Hemorrhage Virus ravaged the world The remnants of the United States military have regrouped and relocated Central Command to the George Washington Carrier Strike Group It s here, in the North Atlantic, that President Jan Ringgold and Vice President George Johnson prepare to deploy a new bioweapon and embark on the final mission to take back the country from the Variants.With his home gone and his friends kidnapped, Master Sergeant Reed Beckham and his remaining men must take drastic measures to save what s left of the human race But not everyone at Central Command has the same plan for victory As the Variants continue to evolve, only a handful of heroes stand between the creatures and mankind s total extinction.One way or another, the battle for the United States of America ends here.

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    • Nicholas Sansbury Smith

      Nicholas Sansbury Smith is the USA Today bestselling author of the Hell Divers series, the Orbs series, the Trackers series, and the Extinction Cycle series He worked for Iowa Homeland Security and Emergency Management in disaster mitigation before switching careers to focus on his one true passion writing When he isn t writing or daydreaming about the apocalypse, he enjoys running, biking, spending time with his family, and traveling the world He is an Ironman triathlete and lives in Iowa with his wife, their dogs, and a house full of books If you d like to hear about Nick s books, you can join his spam free mailing list here eepurl bggNg9

    278 thoughts on “Extinction End

    • After the incursion on Plum Island by the Variants and the human collaborators: Kate, Meg, Tasha, Jenny, Donna, Bo and other survivors are taken back to Manhattan by their captors. The Alpha Variant: known as The Bone Collector is leading them back to their lair.The remnants of Team Ghost: Beckham, Horn and Fitz (Chow is recovering after he got maimed trying to capture a Juvenile Variant back in New York), and what's left of the Variant Hunters; Garcia, Thomas and Tank 'Talon' are in hot pursuit [...]


    • I will never, ever, EVER forget this series. With every victory, I cheered. With every loss, my heart ached. I had the strong urge to email this Mr. Nicholas and give him a piece of my mind, but that's not lady like. Anyway, I loved Apollo. He was my favorite character in this series. How can a character without words have one of the biggest impacts on the tone of a story as serious as Extinction? Because it was the best dern dog ever written into a tale, that's why. You could feel all of his em [...]


    • I’ve been sitting on this review for a while because I really just wasn’t sure where to begin. This series had me feeling so many things and it all came to a head in the final installment. Hope, loss, anger, betrayal, it’s all there. I honestly have to admit to almost crying more than once (I’m not a crier so this is something for me). In the final installment we really get to see what the different characters are made of, and it’s not all good. Some show their true ability to be empat [...]


    • The end of a super seriesI had very mixed feelings as I started reading EXTINCTION END, the final book in the five-part EXTINCTION series. Author Nick Smith brought the characters in these books to life. I felt like I got to know and love (and hate) them.Reed and Kate and all the Variant hunting crew felt like family. And how do you just say goodbye to family at the end of the book?I still feel that way but I wouldn't have missed this slam-it-out-of-the-park ending for anything. All the previous [...]


    • You’d think after five books, the Extinction Cycle might start to get a bit stale. Somehow, though, Nicholas Sansbury Smith has managed to keep this series rocking and rolling, presenting a cross-genre affair that continues to impress and excite.I’ve really appreciated the way Smith continues to up the ante, transforming the Variant threat into a global crises that only grows more and more complicated. The elements involved in crafting an Extinction book work wonderfully well, and Smith ties [...]


    • Well, I was hoping for something different, but it was more of the same. That's not bad, but with this being the last book of the series I was looking for a bigger, more hopeful ending. I may have reached my zombie limit.


    • I have started this review many times but wasn't able to formulate the words that I wanted to say, not because this was bad, but because it was exceptional and the words I wanted to say weren't enough. This book, and indeed the whole series, has been phenomenal. So Kate, Meg, Tasha, Jenny and a few other islanders were taken by the variants and their collaborators back to the lair of the Bone Collector. Beckham and team Ghost (well what's left of them anyway) immediately set out on a rescue miss [...]


    • With more twists and turns then any hard-core roller coaster fan could handle Nicholas Sansbury Smith again demonstrates why he is one of the most exciting new kids on the block. This latest edition to the Extinction Cycle starts off at a blistering pace and keeps it up to the very end.This book has it all action, thrills, horror, suspense, heartbreak, hope, desperation, friendship and love. These are all mixed together to deliver a perfect story that has depth of both character and narrative. B [...]


    • If had 10 stars out of five, I would use that rating. I can't begin to tell you all how much I love this series. It's pretty much perfect military post-apocalyptic horror.I was worried the author wouldn't be able to end it well enough to match the ultra-quality of the previous four books, but I was wrong. This is perfect. Absolutely perfect.Do not miss out on this series.


    • The end does not come swift, or silentlyI expected the end to come sooner than it did. Just like he does, you think things are going along fine, and then BAM, let's have a little more action. I am mostly happy with the ending. Hopefully there will be another story, showing us this new world.


    • Heck to the yeah! Nicholas does it again. This man does not disappoint. I am unable to convey the awesomeness of these books. If you want action, suspense and great characters, read this series!!!


    • Seven weeks into the end of the world, and the action is still going strong!!! Some new characters-LOVE Davis, and those darn Variants are getting trickier and trickier. This series is really epic-all the books are smashing!


    • Actually found Nicholas's Extinction series by accident as I was browsing sci-fi titles. I would shout if I thought you could hear me, but Nicholas is one of my favorite writers to date, and I have been an avid reader for over 50+ years. All of his books have you on the edge of your seat as his characters come to life, battling freaky monsters or humans turned traitor, trying to save the world. Then there is Apollo, man's/woman's best friend. I'm from the generation who loved Lassie and Rin Tin [...]


    • Brilliant. Just brilliant. Was in that terribly good place where you're reading quickly to see how it ends, but forcing yourself to slow because you don't want it to. Very much looking forward to see where Book 6 takes me.Full review to come.


    • This novel follows Team Ghost as they rescue the Plum Island survivors from the Variants and the final military attack against the Variants and the Juveniles. There is a bioweapon that will kill over 99% of the Variants but the Juveniles are resistant. So military teams are being sent deep into the major Juvenile’s lairs with a dirty bomb. Team Ghost is sent to Washington and one of the highest concentration of enemies. This novel was so over the top that I really couldn’t take it seriously. [...]


    • When i was reading this book it made me feel as if I was there in the moment. The Author Nicholas Sansbury Smith does a really good job at making the reader feel as if they were there with the characters throughout this book. At the beginning of the book the one of the main characters master Sargent Reed Beckingham goes on a mission against orders from his superiors to rescue his kidnapped friends. But during this rescue Beckingham and his team find a survivor holdout and try to rescue the remai [...]


    • Book 5 of the series. Chugging along. Same review:Good read. Interesting twist on the popular subject, bringing some science into the zombie apocalypse genre. I've already read the second book, and have just started the third. These books are a quick and entertaining read, and would probably make a great movie series.I'd give it 4 stars, but at times it reads like a video game with a good plot but lacking in quality dialogue, and at other times it seems like a military fans (but not an actual mi [...]


    • True to its name, this book was the official end to the Extinction series. The author kindly added a note at the end letting readers know he may or may not continue the series, but that Team Ghost needed some R&R. If I'd been on the Sansbury train at the time the book was released, that would have ticked me off but since I knew there was another book it was okay. The book gives readers a relatively tidy end to the story, but as can be expected in the apocalypse--what can go wrong, will. Ther [...]


    • Awesome end that I'm glad isn't the actual end! Every book in this series ramps up the pressure and this one is no exception. While we can finally see an end in sight for American, not everyone sees the same end being the right one and no matter what choice is made people are going to die. Master Sergeant Reed Beckham and the Ghosts once again jump into the fire for those they love and the country they swore to defend, but not everyone is gonna make it out this time and those who do will NEVER b [...]


    • Wow! What a great way to lead into Fitz's stories! Fitz is an incredible Marine, who despite losing his legs in a battle before has not let this stop him. If anything this has made him even stronger and better than he ever was. I look forward to reading his story in the next installments. I highly recommend this series!!!


    • This fifth book in the series grabbed hold of me, sucked me in, and didn't let go or give me time to catch my breath from the first chapter. I am sincerely hopeful we will all get to visit with team ghost again in the future.


    • Book 5 started right where Book 4 left off and the action was virtually non-stop. This book and series does not disappoint. I want to thank the author for including a nice epilogue. After following these characters through the series it is nice to get s glimpse to the after.


    • What an awesome journey so far. This book does a great job of bringing closure to the current storyline while leaving it open for more in the future. This series is fantastic, with great adventure and character development.


    • Best series in a longtimeThe first book about VX-99 and Lt. Brett was interesting but it didn't hook me. The rest of the series kept getting better and I didn't want it to end. Don't want to give much away but this series is a great read.



    • What a journey .The best set of novels I have ever had the pleasure of reading . Marvelous characters and relentless pace , cannot recommend highly enough , sublime .


    • Wenn einem manche Figuren egal sind und man nur denkt: "Lass bloß den Hund nicht sterben, lass bloß den Hund nicht sterben!" ^^




    • I've read most of this series back to back. Usually I can't get this far in a series without at least a one book break. But these are brilliant.


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