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Reviewed by Pikasho Deka for Readers' Favorite
It's the End of the World as We Know It is an apocalyptic drama by David Hatton. When a massive asteroid nicknamed Theodore is on a collision path with Earth and predicted to arrive in four months, six friends realize that their lives, together with everybody else's on the planet, are forfeit. Janine, Kristina, Liam, Marta, Neil, and Dawn are as close as best friends can be. However, the looming apocalypse reveals buried secrets that threaten to sever the bonds of their friendship once and for all. While Marta heads back to Latvia to spend time with her family, Kristina is on the verge of death due to a terminal illness, leaving her wife Janine to fend for herself during her last moments on Earth. Will the former friends be able to let go of their baggage and learn to forgive before the end?
An apocalyptic novel unlike any other, It's the End of the World as We Know It is akin to Adam McKay's hit Hollywood movie Don't Look Up, albeit with a much more somber tone. David Hatton tells a captivating tale of six friends who lose their way just before the end of the world and attempt to salvage what they once were before everything ends. The dynamic between the six friends feels authentic, with each of them having struggles and conflicts that affect the entire group in unexpected ways. Hatton's characters keep you invested until the end, as I found myself unable to put the book down, especially toward the last few pages. Highly recommended.