After taking this whole series back to back, it was a nice finish. Clean and filled with options for a series on one of the characters for solo adventures.
the story feels like a streach. To much technical mumbo jumbo with too many too powerful figures pulling to opposite directions.
I like the 2 previous books but not this one.
This book was hard to finish. With 5 hours to go, I had to take a break for a few days and read something else until I was able to talk myself back into finishing it. It was poorly written and extremely repetitive. It was descriptive in all the wrong ways, it felt like parts of the story were added just go make it longer. I'm trying not to let my opinion of the book influence my opinion of the narrator; he probably did the best he could with the material he had, but I found myself hating his voice and nitpicking the way he said things. I would not recommend this book.
Really entertaining series. The hours flew by listening to it
Can't wait to read the prequels of the back story of Jack Gregory
Liked it for it's many mini-plots making full circle explaining information that I will need to learn about nuclear fusion, nano technology, quantum field theory, etc...
I will recommend this to anyone who is interested.
I really liked this series regardless of any plot holes or shark-jumping. The main characters also became less "young adult" and more x-men type, which I found more, *ahem* realistic.
And I must say that only MacLeod Andrews can make all the intensive techno-babble actually sound understandable and dramatic. I think if I were reading it, my eyes would be crossing.
Love, love the character of Jack Gregory and now I must know what happens when Robbie grows up!
This has been one of the best series that I have listened to in a long time. Well rounded story that comes to an appropriate ending. The strong well rounded characters were enjoyable, and the strong feminine roles were encouraging. The science was well balanced for all readers.