What comes after the Afterlife?
Teenage Grim Reaper Lex’s power to Damn souls is getting out of control. Her boyfriend, Driggs, is dead . . . sort of. She's a fugitive, on the run from the maniacal new mayor of Croak and the townspeople who want to see her pay the price for her misdeeds. Uncle Mort rounds up the Junior Grims to flee Croak once again, but this time they're joined by Grotton, the most powerful Grim of all time. Their new mission is clear: fix his mistakes, or the Afterlife will cease to exist, along with all the souls in it.
The gang heads for Necropolis, the labyrinth-like capital city of the Grimsphere. There, they discover that the Grimsphere needs a reboot. To do that, the portals to the Afterlife must be destroyed...but even that may not be enough to fix the damage. Things go from bad to worse, and when at last the fate of the Afterlife and all the souls of the Damned hang in the balance, it falls to Lex and her friends to make one final, impossible choice.
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+ Interview with Jessica Almasy, narrator
- Audible Editors' Select, September 2013
- "The banter reminds readers of the resiliency of the human spirit and its astounding ability to create moments of normalcy (even joy) in the most trying of times. Yes, it’s a novel about violence, hate and vengeance, but it’s also about love, redemption and triumph....A gut-wrenching, laugh-out-loud, gritty, honest and brave ending to an appealing trilogy." --- Kirkus Reviews, 9/13
- "I’ve had an advanced reader’s copy of Rogue for quite some time, but I only read it recently as I was so reluctant to say goodbye to the world that Gina Damico created. The final book in her Croak trilogy took me on a roller coaster of emotions – all the way from laughing to uncontrollably sobbing. This remarkable ability to seamlessly infuse wit and sarcasm with such a grim subject matter truly sets Damico apart...Jessica Almasy, who did an incredible job bringing these characters to life and giving them each their own unique voice in Books 1 and 2, returns to narrate." --- Audible Editors' Select, 9/13