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Building A Legacy (Catalyst) (Volume 6) Paperback – December 16, 2013
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About the Author
Vincent Berg (1957) was born in New Jersey but, being a military dependent, grew up on 'more or less the East Coast'. Working in Systems Engineering in the Financial Services in Chicago and New York City, he never considered himself a writer, but after retiring and moving closer to his family, he wanted to explore the kinds of books he enjoyed. His writings aren't typical, with the writing style harking back to the early twentieth Century, and the stories being complex and meandering. Without action heroes, antiheroes or even clear conflicts, the stories are more character based, as the central characters try to figure out where they are and where they're going. The reader gets sucked along, as they try to piece together where they fit in the world. His work consists of two series, "The Catalyst" (6 books in total), and "The Great Death (2 books thus far). More information is available on his webpage: www.vincentberg.net
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My first comment is that when you read this book you probably won't want to reread the series. I have read all the other books and totally enjoyed them. I actually gave 5 stars to each and couldn't wait to read the next one. In all the other books I couldn't wait to get to the next chapter to see what would happen next. In this book I couldn't wait for it to end. I actually was skimming because I hated what happened.
Spoilers. Don't read if you don't want to know.
I never liked the aspect of how the character was slowly dying due to his condition and kept hoping that the author would change what was happening. MY MISTAKE didn't happen.
I didn't appreciate how the book kept trying to compare his character to Jesus in this book. Adding the religious aspect of the book was a complete travesty.
In all the other books I really liked Alex he cared about everyone. In this book he was brooding and by the end uncaring on how he treated his followers.
I could go on but why.
In all a terrible book and ending to a otherwise engaging series.