I suspect that if Neil Stephenson had written this alone, this would have only been part of a single massively long book. While this tells a continuing story, don't expect much of an ending, its more of a cliff hanger to the next book. I'd advise if you read this, plan on reading the next book as well right away. For Stephenson fans, this won't be a big deal as the long long journey is the fun.
Great conclusion to a trilogy, left the slight hint of a door open for a spinoff, but left no doubt that this part was over.
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Great conclusion to a great series. The prompts from Audible don't really fit, but enjoyed this series all the way through!
So far, I think this has been one of the better books in this series
While some of the regular characters were in this book, they were far less present than normal, which seemed a bit odd. maybe they got edited out? I did think that the book flowed better, and it wasn't stale since it wasn't the same old formula, but maybe there is an even happier middle ground
Found it entertaining when he met the princess. In general, this book doesn't really have one thing that stands out. Its more like a serialized novel like a three musketeers or something, with many smaller adventures escalating into a larger plot line.
I enjoyed them very much, but the first time Kate appeared it was a little jarring as Michael's voice had already been present for a lengthy duration in the book.
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