Well written with a great blend of plot development and action, the third book in the “The Perseid Collapse” series offers a glimpse into how the US m..Show More »ight try and recover after a significant collapse in infrastructure. Mr. Konkoly does a great job of painting an all too realistic possibility of high amounts of government oversight combined with the lawlessness of a post-apocalyptic world. The story wraps up the series nicely but also leaves room for the author to come back and rejoin the fletchers as some point in the future.
The narrator does a great job bringing all the characters to life and does well with the New England Accent.
This book was a let-down. I've been a big fan of the series and while I agree with many other readers that the story needed some closure, there is ju..Show More »st not much here at all.
According to the author this book was supposed to wrap up things and fill us in on more of the details, but it fails to do that. I just didn't get it; there seemed no real plot or story to this book, just a bunch of disconnected stuff that again left me feeling like the story isn't over.
This book was just too short; it felt rushed / slapped together from notes and left as many questions unanswered as the previous books did.
It felt more like an introduction to another following story (as this series was from the Jakarta Pandemic) than anything else.