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The Tube Riders: Revenge (The Tube Riders Trilogy #3) Kindle Edition
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Dreega, who is the most damaged of all the characters, and whom I thought would play the biggest part in the novels, does. She retains a bit of her humanity, grieving over the loss of her former self, and I really found her the most sympathetic of all the people in the books. She was heroic in the end, as I'd hoped she would be.
Marta stops whining, and gets her game on. Switch is the biggest hero, along with Carl, Country Boy, and he rocks. Frank, the old guy, simply is great, hobbling along with the robot arm he took off a robot, grumbling all the way.
The greatest part of this third book is the humanity. The rebels discover that the Huntsman still retain human memories, and Dreega does too, and Owen (even though I thought in book 2 he was really offline on his character) all come together.
The ending leaves many questions, but at least the trilogy left after three books, unlike many of these PA series that go on to forever. I was happy, and the survivors in the book seem to be too. Again, though, very many super coincidental rescues and amazing happenings.
I have to say, it was a very unique series of a very different dystopian future that kept me reading to the end.
And once more, thank you to the author for using decent grammar and spelling.
The Tube Rider Trilogy is a great story and very well written. I was sorry to see it come to an end.
The story itself was different, which is why I wanted to find out the ending, and I was interesting about the Huntsman and the Mistakes. However I found the characters hard to like, including Marta and Switch, and that we never were involved much in the "revolution" effort. The parts of the story we saw was a lot of running from Huntsman and Robots.... got a bit old.
I also didn't like the large jump in time between book 2 and book 3.
Throughout his tyrannical rule, the Governor has been ploughing all the country’s resources into a space programme, seeking a secret artefact sent into space by the previous government. Now he has found it and he can concentrate his powers on finding the Tube Riders and punishing them.
Marta and her children are in mortal danger.
I think Chris Ward is one of the greats. He writes fluently and accurately, his plots are exciting, his characters well-drawn and believable, and his pacing superb. This final episode of the Tube Riders is like a ride on a roller coaster. We finally discover what it is the Governor has been seeking all these years . . . and how utterly deadly it is.
I was gripped throughout. An absolutely superb read.
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