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The story picks up where book two ends so it really is a must to read all the books in order. This book was slightly different than the previous two in that Nyx spent a good portion of the book looking at the personal relationships between Landry and the women in her life. Landry is the highly capable, brash and closed-off hero of the trilogy. She is able to set everything aside for her missions. She performs her missions as an extractor to make changes in the past to make a better future. When we first meet her in book one, she is a soldier first and nothing else. But here in book three, she has become so much more. She has a girlfriend, a mother, a best friend, dear friends and an honorary niece. We see her world grow and watch her emotional growth over the course of the novels. The redemptive power of love is a huge take-away from this book. There were more than a few times where I found myself on the verge of tears while reading some of Landry’s conversations with her best friend Delaney.
This isn’t to say that there isn’t a good amount of thrill and suspense. Nyx writes fantastic action scenes and deftly throws in plot twists along the way. I really found myself pausing to try and wrap my mind around the various time jumps and playing out their ramifications. There are two new characters added to the mix which brings just the right amount of freshness to the series.
I loved this book and this series. I can’t wait to see what this author has planned next.
I received an ARC of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review.
Much better than the second book and perhaps shorter as well or maybe it just felt that way since book two felt overly long and boring.
This time around Landry has to go back to 2055 to complete the mission with the help the FBI agent that was undercover and helped her escape from Delaney and Simson in the last book.
With addition of the new characters the story moves along at a better pace. And the author seems be setting up a new book that will maybe center on their relationship and a new adventure with a new Pulsus thanks to Delaney’s attempted takeover.
I had a strange sense of deja vu when reading the end of the story. I felt like I had read that story before. Maybe I traveled to the future, read the end of the book, and came back to the past. Or maybe the story was just predictable enough that it gave me a sense of deja vu? We may never know.
Overall I give it a three and a half stars but rounded up to four because the story quality improved over the last book. Perhaps the last two books should have just been one book?
I was given this ARC in return for an honest review.
eARC via Netgalley