Zander and his gamer friends used to face danger without fear, finding strength in the promise of a safe respawn. Nothing could harm or destroy them. This was only a game...or was it?
A game, played in an ancient hyperspace network. A game involving dozens of real-life alien civilizations. Earth is deserted. The fate of humanity is unknown.
The few human survivors are now stuck in the Darg star system. All they can do is fight to the last. They must find the Phantom Server - the nucleus of the interstellar network created by the ancient civilization of the Founders. In order to live, they must solve its mystery or die trying.
©2016 Andrei Livadny; English translation copyright 2016 by Irene Woodhead and Neil P. Mayhew (P)2016 Tantor
I am an avid reader of science fiction, adventure and technology. My hobbies consist of PC gaming, movies, 3D printing, and software dev.
The end of the series left a sour taste in my mouth with me feeling the protagonist is the most idiotic person making the worst decisions and the story just keep bending to him to allow such idiotic ideas. Half way through the last book I was just hoping this book would end so I can move on to something else.
The book jumped form place to place with so little information I had to go back and find out how did they end up here or what is even going on.
The series had an interesting idea but it felt unrewarding and left to many questions unanswered.
I enjoyed every word. I would like to see more books in this universe.
I wondered how the author would wrap up the trilogy. I am pleased with the conclusion.
The ended neatly but the universe in this trilogy deserves more.
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