About The Last Death Worm of the Apocalypse

Kelly Driscoll has a steady job as building manager of Amenity Tower, but she’s struggling to find her place under the shadow of the former (and beloved) manager. Just before the big holiday party, a ruthless corporate bean counter imposes an onerous set of demands. Meanwhile, Kelly’s boyfriend — the mild-mannered Angel of Destruction — embarks on an ill-advised road trip with a chaos demon and a grim reaper so he can get back the money he paid to a fraudulent meditation guru.

As the building’s board members covertly plan the next apocalypse, Kelly keeps the building running despite a zombie infestation, problems with the new death worm lap pool, and the bean counter’s obsession with the shiny new condo tower across the street.

But during the building’s big holiday party, the bean counter reveals her true nature, the lap pool becomes a serious interdimensional problem, and monsters invade the city, jeopardizing Kelly’s job, relationship, and future. Can she save Pothole City and Amenity Tower, and get back her mojo as building manager before it’s too late?

Reviews for The Last Death Worm of the Apocalypse

I mainly decided to read this book because the title, THE LAST DEATH WORM OF THE APOCALYPSE sounded like an awesome name for a death metal band. Upon completion of the book, was not disappointed in my rash decision. There is a ton going on in this story and it would probably be a good idea to read the previous two books which have equally metal sounding titles.

The plot continues with Kelly Driscoll acting as interim manager of Amenity Towers and attempting to stave off the apocalypse. I loved the wackiness of the residents and various complications that involve trying [...]

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Oddly, that is the best description for the books. Fallen angels try to leave Amenity Tower, where they are bound, and chaos ensues. Along with snack foods.

In this installment, the plot involves a new, competing, tower with more amenities, death worm pools, and a quest to figure out what exactly is happening. As with the previous books, an apocalypse does indeed begin, and…

You know, this is just weird enough that I can’t really describe it. So I’ll dance around it some. I loved the Pothole City concept. I completely get the tower itself, having contracted to a real estate office [...]

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And You Thought Your HOA Was Bad

I very much enjoyed Ms. Post's first Kelly Driscoll book, ("Last Condo Board of the Apocalypse"). The second book, "Last Donut Shop of the Apocalypse" never grabbed me, and I feared that even though I like and admire almost all of Post's books maybe the Apocalypse books had run out of steam. Well, not to worry, this third book is back on track and loaded with engaging characters and incidents.

To really get the most out of this series I suspect you have to have read the first book first. That sets up Kelly Driscoll, [...]

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