New Release + Double Review: Dying For Rain by B.B. Easton

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“Easton doesn’t disappoint! Five WE ARE ALL GOING TO DIE stars!”

—K. Webster, USA Today Bestselling Author

Dying for Rain, the highly anticipated conclusion to The Rain Trilogy from BB Easton, is out now!

Door leading to a burning city

What could be worse than knowing the exact day the world is going to end?

Waking up to find out that it didn’t.

The post-April 23 world is a lawless, senseless, ruthless place, but it’s not loveless. At least, not for Rain and Wes.

But when the government begins holding daily televised executions as a demonstration of their power, that love is put to the ultimate test:

Sacrifice one life to save the many?

Or sacrifice many to save the one?

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Britt’s 🎩🎩🎩🎩🎩 hat review:

Once again B.B. Easton has left me unable to word. I don’t even know where to begin with all the emotions that are swirling through me after finishing Dying For Rain. I am completely overwhelmed by how this book made me feel. I was devastated, I raged, I cried, I cheered, I felt like my heart would burst out of my chest with how fast it was racing while I read the final installment of Wes and Rain’s story. I think I flew through the pages even faster with this one than I did with the previous two, and that’s saying something since I couldn’t put those down for a second either.
I think what truly makes these books get so far into your head is that even in the wreckage of a dystopian world they’re incredibly true to life. All these things could possibly happen. There’s no virus, no magic, no alien invasion that brought on the terror of April 23rd. Just the ugly truth of what humans are capable of. Between that and the fact I’m a Georgia girl myself this trilogy really dug deep for me.
Not knowing who you can trust, people who you’ve known your entire life turning in you in the most savage of ways, strangers becoming saviors. It all just grabs you and gives you quite the mind f#$&. But within all that darkness there’s the love between Wes and Rain that feeds you so much hope. Hope for survival, hope for change, hope for them to have a future they deserve. This entire trilogy has been one incredible journey and Dying For Rain is the epic conclusion that will feed your soul.

Julia’s 🎩🎩🎩🎩🎩 hat review:

I’ve been dying for this conclusion. While its finally over, it is still bittersweet. I wanted to find out what happened, but I didn’t want to leave Rain and Wes.

These two have been through hell. Literal hell. They’ve fought so long and hard. Through friends turned enemies, self doubt, tragedy, and so much loss. Their world is not one you want to live in, yet they survived and became so much more badass through every hardship.

You are going to be rocked to your core, shocked, sad, and so much more with the Rain trilogy. That being said, Dying For Rain makes it totally worth it!

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About BB Easton

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BB Easton lives in the suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia, with her long-suffering husband, Ken, and two adorable children. She recently quit her job as a school psychologist to write books about her punk rock past and deviant sexual history full-time. Ken is suuuper excited about that.

Praying for Rain is BB’s first full-length work of fiction. The idea, fittingly, came to her in a dream.

If that sounds like the kind of person you want to go around being friends with, then by all means, feel free to drop her a line. You can find her procrastinating at all of the following places:


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