When the Rho Project’s lead scientist, Dr. Donald Stephenson, is imprisoned for his crimes against humanity, the world dares to think the threat posed by the Rho Project’s alien technologies is finally over. The world is wrong. In Switzerland, scientists working on the Large Hadron Collider have discovered a new threat, a scientific anomaly capable of destroying the earth - and only Rho Project technology can stop it. In exchange for a full pardon, Dr. Stephenson agrees to create a wormhole that will send the anomaly into deep space.
But his promise masks the alien agenda that brought the Rho Ship to earth. Now a trio of accidentally altered humans must infiltrate Stephenson’s wormhole project and stop it, no matter the cost. The final battle has begun - and this is one battle mankind cannot afford to lose.
©2012 Richard Phillips (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
I enjoyed the whole series. I listened to them back to back as I found the story so compelling.
At first I thought it was a young adult series (mainly as the lead characters were teens) but soon forgot that.
A great story well told; what more can I say?
This was the most amazing, brilliant trilogy I have read in years. It was impossible to put down. The writing was good, the characters relate-able, the story was amazing - I know, I keep saying amazing. I just finished the third book and I am just sitting here in awe of the story. WOW is really the only word that comes to mind. I hope that Richard Phillips continues to write stories like this for years to come. If you like a great science fiction story, that could be happening out your front door as you read this review, then you will love this trio.
One of the best series I have read in a while. This last book wrapped up all the loose ends, but leaves it open to continue the series also.
Timing and flow was great.
Nice voice kept the flow of the story going.
The audio edition brings the story to life in a way that the printed version cannot.
The ending was quite a surprise and not what I would have expected.
Macleod Andrew's did an excellent job conveying the emotion of the characters during in their conversations.
Again, the ending was one of the most critical and moving parts of the story.
The story is a little over-the-top to be believable. I found myself saying "really?" in my head a lot while listening. The leaps in science and scientific principles are interesting. The characters are underdeveloped in my opinion, but still believable. Their new physical and mental abilities are not. However, overall, I have enjoyed the series. The ending made me wonder if the series is over. There are still a few loose ends.
This audio was a very good listen. A lot of technical stuff, but not to much. I like tech stuff. Very little profanity. I thought that this one was the best of the three.
I would say top 25
Jack of course. He just had that super spy agent but also a good side that you did not expect.
His voices were great it meant keeping accurate pictures in my head of each characters and never confusing dialogue of one character with another.
Yes and no I enjoyed one after the other and wanted to save it stretch it out. It's hard to find authors who find the perfect reader for their book and come up with a fantastic and complex storyline with too much babble and detail.
If you have not listened to it. Give it a try
there was too much irrelevant information and absolutely no character development
the characters were cardboard cutouts
i was really disappointed in the second book of this trilogy but listened to this third one ONLY because I wanted to hear the end of the story.
well that was a waste of time
no lessons learned
no uplifting moral
Dog Enthusiast! Love the outdoors
Less technical. Characters started to deterioate and less interesting
I liked his narration and would listen to other books by him
Most of them
I really liked the first one and the second edition was pretty good, but the third was real disappointing. The characters became too technical and less interesting. It was a the point you really didn't care what happened to them. I could only get through half the book before I gave up. I know I should have finished it to make a good judgement but it was too brutal! I think the author should have "dumbed" it down a bit to keep the reader interested. They spent more time hiding out than trying to find the real truth to the mystery of the two ships.
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