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Can the world find a way back from darkness if there is no hope to light the way? 

Aerie and Exton are still at war with the Revolutionary States, but there is much to celebrate. Now that they are together again, Aerie finally has what she's always wanted: A loving home. But her past - and her parents - are far from letting her move on with her new life. When Merra further escalates the war with her treachery, Aerie is faced with an impossible choice: save her mother, or betray Exton. 

Years after his father's murder, Exton finally has the killer at his mercy. But General St. Cloud has a surprise for him - the truth about Silas' death. While Exton struggles with the ghosts of his past, his allies face dire threats at Panama, where a battle has ensued over a shipment of weapons. The stakes are raised even higher as the dictator of the fair world himself, Grant Osgood, launches the Global Planethood Initiative in hopes of finishing off the Perdition and demolishing the defectors' hopes for liberty. 

With the fate of the planet on the line, Aerie and Exton know each of their decisions could mean the difference between victory and defeat. Can they pay the price that war - and true love - demand?

Enjoy the pleasure of finishing the Divine Space Pirates trilogy, a science fiction romance series for teen and young adults, as Aerie and Exton's love faces off against the pressure of a world at war.

©2016 Christina Johnson (P)2020 C. S. Johnson

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  • North Wind Knight
  • 2021-01-16

GREAT FINALE TO THE PIRATES OF THE PERDITION.

A GREAT FINALE TO THE PIRATES OF THE PERDITION. A GREAT STORY EXTREMELY WELL WRITTEN BY C.S. JOHNSON.
ABSOLUTELY LOVED IT VERY EASY TO FOLLOW AND ACCEPTABLE FOR PEOPLE OF ALL AGES.
THE NARRATOR WAS GREAT AND EASY TO FOLLOW.
CS JOHNSON YOU COULD EASILY WRITE A MULTI-GENERATIONAL CONTINUUM SAGA OFF OF THIS AND IT WOULD BE A TERRIFIC STORYLINE.

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  • In USA
  • 2021-02-12

Wonderful Ending

The long wait was worth it. So often with today's writers, it seems they get bored with their story and end it in abrupt or unusual ways. This is not the case with Johnson. She delivers a complete story with an ending that feels like it could be continued later in time should she decide to revisit this world she created. I'm sad to see it end, but I look forward to other worlds she creates.

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  • Cathrine Bonham
  • 2021-01-21

Conclusion to an exciting trilogy.

So often the YA Dystopia genre makes the relationship everything. Like once the two love interests are together everything falls into place.

Not so here. For Emery and Exton getting together was just the beginning of their problems.

C.S. Johnson does a fantastic job of portraying the struggles that come with relationships and warfare. When your significant other is your commanding officer, what will that dynamic do to your marriage?

Complicate it.

I can't be mad at either of them as they are both right. (Which is another complicated thing about relationships.)

I enjoyed every book in this series, but I enjoyed this one most because it made the two leads work for their happily ever after.

As with the first two books, the duel narrator's really being the world to life. Not just because the women sound like a woman and the men sound like a man, but they go the extra step to add sound effects to their performance, making it sound more like an audio drama than a narrative.

*I received a free code of this audiobook for the purpose of review. All opinions are my own and are provided honestly.*