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Admittedly, I usually find it difficult to commit to series that are as lengthy as this. But even I found it very easy to become hooked on the RIM Confederacy series which I will credit to the pure vivid and immersive nature of the writing style. I do think that this book could be read as a standalone series, but I personally would recommend to the more diehard, serious fans of the sci-fi genre to begin with the first book in the RIM confederacy series, Pirates, to help gain a stronger understanding of the dynamic protagonist, Tanner Scott. In summary, I am left more than satisfied yet again and I look forward to seeing what else the author will be able to offer readers in the future.
Impressions .... I love guessing at the future story lines ...
We have a new Adept who has to choose the next one to train as her replacement in time. I have a feeling that BRAM will become the next Adept. As the old Adept mentioned, he is the future of his people. Oh so many secrets are coming to light. Bird like ancients ..... :)
Meanwhile, 10,000+ light years distance, the RIM is now known. An advanced civilization is coming. Oh what turmoil will this possibly bring.
BTW ... I think we have better security protocols in place to discover disguised weapons. That camera and equipment should have gone through a x-ray machine and gone through a sniffer. Heck, we have to go through that every-time we go through airport security. :)
Our copper disks for space travel .. may have a life span ... so our supply may not be so limitless.
Look forward to the next book. Have read them all.