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Publisher's Summary

It’s a star system fight to the death to be on the right side of history in the final explosive Kat Falcone novel by bestselling author Christopher G. Nuttall.

The Commonwealth Civil War has stalemated, but both sides - desperate to win at all costs - are looking for ways to end the fighting before everything they’ve built is turned to ash. King Hadrian, on the edge of madness, searches for allies who might help, at a price. His enemies, all too aware the battle is far from won, search for long-forgotten truths that might tear the king’s forces apart and end the war in a single blow. For Admiral Kat Falcone and Commodore William McElney, caught on opposite sides, everything they’ve ever loved is at stake.

William knows a secret, a secret that may end the war if he and his friend Kat can work together long enough to use it. But powerful forces are arrayed against them, intent on fighting the war to the bitter end. One false move and they’ll both fall into fire...

...And hundreds of planets will burn with them.

©2020 Christopher G. Nuttall. (P)2020 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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Too much political nonsense

Personally, I don't like politics & stories that are mostly political. If you're emotionally invested in the story so far, then this is an okay ending to the story arc. Not being from Scotland, this is only speculation, but I think that the politics reflect Scotland's & Britain's politics in the past.

There are some discrepancies in the story. For example, at the end of the last story arc, Kat drops her ring into Pat's grave as he is being buried. In this story, she has it on her hand. It is briefly mentioned in a single sentence.

Also, there are times when the Audible narration says a planet's name at the start of a chapter which is obviously not the correct planet. Somebody needed to proof read this better.

Overall, I still enjoyed the story.

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Nails on a chalkboard

The narrator is awful… Just awful. Her whiny voice is like nails on a chalkboard. Run. Just run. Avoid the high school cheerleader whining about her social media account sounding narrator like the plague!

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this is a good set of stories. However, the narrator needs to learn proper naval terminology.

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The immediate war ends and yet another is setup

With the revelations of the middle volume it became apparent which side would be victorious and this book moves forward to that conclusion while still attempt to provide some suspense and broaden the story. William meets with Kat to pass the truth along and soon after the war is brought to a conclusion just as it appears that everything is ready to fall apart. Hopefully this reset will allow KAT and William to move on to joint effort in among the frontier worlds and a more interesting story line.

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No character development

I thoroughly enjoyed the earlier novels in this series but these last two novels have zero character development. The characters are completely flat. Reads like someone narrating a Halo video game. I would suggest author developing characters like he did with Jasmine in earlier books in series and Kat Falcone and William McEnally in Falcone Strike series.

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Good ending to the series

I was entertained and I do like the Falcone universe.
however, the narrator do not have good enough voice range to give life to the characters. sometimes it's very difficult to distinguish between which character is speaking because they all sound similar.

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Gran final pero....

buen libro en general, mantiene la coherencia del resto de la obra, pero sentí como que lo acabo demasiado rápido resumiendo todo en los últimos capítulos, un final simple todo se solucionan como por arte de magia, no hay un momento épico que cierre la trilogía faltaba más acción al final o un twist que te deje satisfecho, al acabarlo fue como bueno eso fue todo ahí quedó, una sensación de insatisfacción que aún me perdura pero no es para nada un mal libro

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Trilogy too long.

Interesting idea but this trilogy of books is too drawn-out. The earlier books about Cat & William are better- more concise and satisfactory.

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  • Zelos
  • 02-04-21

Good end

It was a good end to a great story, the antagonist didn't feel evil for its own sake and all characters acted very realisticly.