Two new reviews: author and reviewer Margaret Marr of Nights and Weekends wrote a bang-up delightful review of COLD LIGHT,  saying:
Cold Light brings us adventure, suspense, and romance all wrapped within an apocalyptic tale of survival against the strongest forces that mankind has to bear. At the center is a tortured heroine who struggles to make the right choices, making it easy for the reader to relate to her and feel deeply for her. She’s damaged but strong, and it’s easy to root for her no matter what options she chooses, whether it relates to her heart or her survival. 
Traci L. Slatton is an amazing writer, and she proves it once again with Cold Light—a read that’s impossible to put down. It will draw you into a cold world that’s warmed by unforgettable characters and mankind’s desire to survive against all odds. 
Rebecca Skane of SeacoastOnline Blogs posted this thoughtful, careful look at FAR SHORE, writing, 
Although endearing, the diversity is meant to illuminate  and enforce the commonalities that all people share:  love, hate, friendship, and the desire to survive.  When the mists destroy most of the population, the rest of the survivors left on the planet have to set aside petty differences that may have once separated them in order to survive as a singular species….
I was positive that I knew how this book was going to end.  I was completely wrong.  I love it when that happens!  It also seems that this third book is not the end, although the series labels itself as a trilogy.  It appears that a fourth book may be coming and the series will have to rebrand itself as a quartet, while Far Shore is more of a bridge to the next and final book.  Or is it?
Find Rebecca Skane on Goodreads here. Find Margaret Marr on Goodreads here.
To answer all the lovely bloggers, book reviewers, and readers: The After Series is no longer a trilogy, it is a series. I got to the end of FAR SHORE and there was story left over to tell…. So stay tuned for the 4th book in the series!