- File Size: 904 KB
- Print Length: 400 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1975745450
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: August 29, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B074WG1GN9
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I am really enjoying the whole series. This latest installment is superb! Can't wait for the next one!!!
I'm an old Sci if buff and this is right up there with the classic greats. I'd LOVE to see this as a series - done well and richly. Would be a great saga on par with Star Wars!
Which leads to one of the reasons I like Webb's books: the interpersonal relationships between the characters really pull me into the story. The characters are the lifeblood of the story. They are complex, well-drawn and the reader can feel either empathetic or strong dislike - depending on the character, whether they are 'good' or 'bad'.
Overall, Webb has written a well-plotted, complex and layered story with plenty of action and dramatic moments. Readers do need to be aware that the story is something of a puzzle (I like a good puzzle myself) and you will need to keep track of different events because it all slots together and explains the twists and turns in the book. There is a bigger picture starting to emerge by the end. (a cryptic hint for future readers of this series: just remember 'good' can sometimes be relative and flexible according to your pov).
Now wishing I had the next book in my hot little hands…(sigh)…so looking forward to the next book :)