About The Last Donut Shop of the Apocalypse

As Pothole City races to rebuild, a bounty hunter-turned-building manager must find a missing Cluck Snack executive, settle a bitter dispute between warring doughnut shops run by Gorgon sisters, and foil a plot that threatens to unleash demons from a very unexpected source.

Former monster hunter Kelly Driscoll has a new day job

After narrowly preventing the last apocalypse, Kelly Driscoll has an unlikely day job. She’s the interim manager of Amenity Tower, one of the few buildings still left standing in the rubble of Pothole City.

And a new mission

After answering a mysterious phone call, she signs up for a new mission that’s a perfect match for her skills: locating the eccentric missing president of the famed Cluck Snack brand.

But gets caught in the cross-fire of two warring Gorgon sisters

As Kelly quickly learns, the missing executive is only the beginning of Pothole City’s problems. The city’s leading donut shops — run by two very different Gorgon siblings with a personal connection to the missing president— are engaged in a bitter territorial dispute. Plus, the fallen angels in the condo building have hatched a new plot to free themselves from the highrise they’re bound to and set the stage for another apocalypse they think will send them home.

She has to keep the rebellious board members and the angel of the demonic locusts in line — and restore peace between the donut shops

Teaming up again with her allies from the first book — including Af the Angel of Destruction, Stringfellow the ferret, and Tubiel — Kelly is up for the challenge. But can she rescue the missing president and run interference between the donut shops before Pothole City is completely destroyed?

Praise for The Last Donut Shop of the Apocalypse:
“The Last Donut Shop of the Apocalypse is witty and light hearted, sometimes turning everyday normal into something humorous and unexpected.” ~ Don, Amazon reviewer

“In this book, we get to know the characters so much better and we find that they are quite the loveable bunch. There’s no shortage of hilariously strange hijinks and unusual absurdities which makes the series stand out in the genre. It’s a lighthearted and fun romp and I can’t wait to read more!” ~ Nikki, Amazon reviewer

“The amazing thing is that Nina Post makes it believable. There is a straight-forward style about her that just adds so much to the book.” ~ QuietNoise, Amazon reviewer

Reviews for The Last Donut Shop of the Apocalypse

Nina Post is an absolute riot. You may recall I read the first book in this series, Last Condo Board of the Apocalypse in September (link here where formatting allowed), as well as her other book, One Ghost per Serving in August (link here where formatting allowed) and quite enjoyed them, so I was very eager to read this latest from her talented pen.
This book was a bit mellower than the previous book, and actually followed a fairly straightforward plot. There were a few new Cluck Snack names (for a long listing of some of them, check out my review [...]

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Nina Post, The Last Donut Shop of the ApocalypseThe story is colorful, full of zany characters, unbelievable moments, and humor that will keep you devouring through to the last page. And, it has a flair of insanity that you can't help but believe because Nina manages to portray with a straight-face (at least as much of a face as you can see through the pages) matter-of-fact tone.My verdict: I think you can guess.

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This is one of those sequels that I enjoyed even more than the first! Unfortunately, I can't tell you why without spoiling it, so for that I apologize. But if you know me, you know that there's *one* element I have to have in every book I read. Nina has hinted at that element a bit more in this book than the first, and I can't wait for the next book in the series!

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