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The only (slight) technical flaw I thought was the presumption that live existed in or on world's with conditions similar to Earth. Even on our own planet we find life at great ocean depths, without sunlight and at boiling temperatures in highly acidic conditions at Volcanic Vents. This causes no problem at all with this epic series.
The ending was one of the best (Fooled Them. Fooled Me) and I won't comment further so nothing is spoiled for future readers. I'll just say that I'm glad it leaves open the possibility for further adventures in the future.
Coincidently, I just saw the latest Star Wars movie yesterday and after finishing this book the movie almost seemed dull and slow.
Review by "THE HOLEY ONE"
Now the series as a whole was great. Wished there was a couple loose ends tied up, like how paige and her husband ended up. Other than a couple of small things like that the series was great. I'm happy to have read this series and will be continuing the series into the AMP series. Hope it's just as good!
Maybe in a third series, as AMP and SODIUM storylines are merged and morphed into another wonderful series that nicely fleshes things out as it comes full circle??
This author is talented, and I can see where there are endless possibilities for storylines and more series of books that are independent to themselves, yet are interwined seemlessly with each of the other series. I WANT MORE of both SODIUM and AMP!!!!!!