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5.0 out of 5 starsVery good novel. This one was very hard to put ...
Reviewed in Canada on June 27, 2018
Very good novel. This one was very hard to put down. I always have character issues as I tend to prefer the smart characters that can think ahead several moves, which is why I liked Tanik -- too bad he was a pretty haunted ruthless villain . It was not until the reveal of the last novel that we could see Tanik's true self. But would he change, come around or double down. His biggest mistake is not seeing how Darious could be smarter than him. Darius had no choice but to be bad. The Keth and the six-legged creatures were singularity bent on domination, not leaving room for negotiation and leaving genocide as the only option until it wasn't. That the creatures tiny creatures were the villain early on... if this was revealed early on, then instead of trying to wipe out everyone, bombs that released that virus could have solved the issue... Its a story of power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely. The end was powerful. Would Darius be saved?
This the third and final book brought the whole story to an end, but not without it twisting and turning. Jasper T Scott has done it again making a splendid story to keep the reader entertained from start to finish.