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Publisher's Summary

The race is on....

Meredith Gale has to make contact with the Architect before the Adversary’s agent, the transformed Abernathy, reaches her and ruins the millennia of planning designed to save the Earth.

In order to accomplish this, she and her ragtag band of friends have to unify the scattered survivors of the multiverse to oppose the Adversary. Along the way, new allies will be made while new opponents do their best to stop her.

If she fails, not only will the last of humanity be wiped away, but the Earth won't survive the collapse of the universe.

All the questions get answered in this final installment of the acclaimed This Alien Earth series.

©2020 Aethon Books (P)2020 Audible, Inc.

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Superb ending and performance!

Sad to hear Paul Jones died. If there’s a silver light to such horrible news, its that Robert Greenberger did such an amazing job helping him finish this series. Bravo all around! Great reading from the narrator and stellar performance. RIP PAJ

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It was terrible.

Narrator was passable.

The story was terrible. First, let me say, I understand what happened to the previous author. Though tragic, I was hoping for more. The inclusion of the Nazis was a mistake for the original two books. The new author compounds this with the use of additional cliche bad guys. Each dispatched with ease and no one truly injured. Oh and the bad guys then immediately change their mind and join Meredith on her incredibly tedious journey.

A journey that makes so little sense that it hurts your brain. The author chose to go VERY big with the explanation as to what it was trying to accomplish (save the universe) and this seems to diminish the first two books. That story was more smaller focused and simplistic. Yes, the Nazis part sucked, but it wasn't as terrible as what happens in Book 3. (Ninjas, Mongols, Greeks, Androids, etc.)

It made so little sense with the power available to the Architect.

The book is just terrible and was just one long run on sentence with the same parts repeated over and over again.

Sorry.

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Amazing

I loved this series and gobbled it up. Just couldn't put it down!
Also great performance.
Recommended all around.

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Great wrap-up

Alt History but not really, this series took me for a ride and I hate to see it end. I finished this in a day it was so good. I wish I could wipe my brain and listen again fresh and new to the whole series. I’m going to settle for just starting it over.

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children of tomorrow

well what can you say ?
after enjoying the 1st two in the trilogy this final book was very disappointing The ending was very poor and came so quickly I actually thought I had missed several chapters .
I realise it was not finished by PAJ but Robert Greenberger which made me think is this how he would have finished it had he been alive . I think not