All That’s Left in the World

Written by:
Erik J. Brown
Narrated by:
Barrett Leddy , Andrew Gibson

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
March 2022
10 hours 6 minutes
What If It's Us meets They Both Die at the End in this postapocalyptic, queer YA adventure romance from debut author Erik J. Brown. Perfect for fans of Adam Silvera, Alex London, and Heartstopper by Alice Oseman.

When Andrew stumbles upon Jamie’s house, he’s injured, starved, and has nothing left to lose. A deadly pathogen has killed off most of the world’s population, including everyone both boys have ever loved. And if this new world has taught them anything, it’s to be scared of what other desperate people will do . . . so why does it seem so easy for them to trust each other?

After danger breaches their shelter, they flee south in search of civilization. But something isn’t adding up about Andrew’s story, and it could cost them everything. And Jamie has a secret, too. He’s starting to feel something more than friendship for Andrew, adding another layer of fear and confusion to an already tumultuous journey.

The road ahead of them is long, and to survive, they’ll have to shed their secrets, face the consequences of their actions, and find the courage to fight for the future they desire, together. Only one thing feels certain: all that’s left in their world is the undeniable pull they have toward each other.
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this was a precious book. one of the narrators didn’t voice the emotions very well and made serious conversations sound borderline comical but other than that this was very enjoyable. the book itself was very good, albeit some drawn out parts, but entertaining nonetheless. would definitely recommend.

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Antonio C.

The story was engaging. I just could not stop listening because I needed to know what was going to happen next.

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Zac L.

This was sweet and I have secondhand trauma about the end of the world now thankssssss There is an element of story in here about two kids learning how to trust the entire world on a deeper level that made me very happy. I spent a lot of time annoyed with the characters, sort of wishing they had someone like Lauren Olamina from “Parable of the Sower” to show them how to survive an apocalypse and build community— but I think it’s a really honest story about how some people act in apocalyptic situations, and I’m glad I read it.

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A.D. Lee

very cute, very funny, and we'll written/done post-apocalypse book

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