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A Dark Imbalance (Evergence #3)

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In a universe where Earth no longer exists, the remnants of humanity survive in space stations and starships. Now, an army of genetically enhanced warriors is sent to destroy mankind -- once and for all.Only one woman can stop them: renegade intelligence agent Morgan Roche.
Paperback, 400 pages
Published March 1st 2001 by Ace (first published February 2001)
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L Kyi
Jun 13, 2012 L Kyi rated it it was amazing
"The Dark Imbalance" is a very satisfying conclusion to the" Evergence" Series. The type of satisfaction one feels after a meal that "hits the spot" or sensation of grandeur and well- being after a gym workout. This final book in the series answers many of the important questions, and leaves just enough pinch of mystery and wonder for the audience to ponder and savour.

Morgan Roche's hunt for the Genetically Modified warrior lead her back to the ruins of the Sol System, where a vast array of sta
Jun 28, 2012 Sierra rated it liked it
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Ex Commonwealth of Empires officer Morgan Roche returns in this last installment of the Evergence trilogy. Morgan is still on the run with only her hodgepodge crew to count on, one of which is a clone warrior. To the rest of the universe, Morgan’s name is so often heard within the same breath as that of the murderous clone warriors, that everyone assumes she must know more than she is telling. It seems everyone is out to get her whether to destroy her or question her knowledge on the clones.

Oct 14, 2014 Sarah rated it really liked it
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I enjoyed all three books in this series. I liked the characters, the underlying mystery and the action. I particularly liked the whole revenge part of the story line in this third book. We also get to find out more about Morgan Roche which answers quite a few questions. In fact, by the end, numerous questions are answered but the reader is left with quite a few things to ponder. I just don't know if I liked the ending. Don't get me wrong, it was well written and successfully concluded the serie ...more
Sep 17, 2014 Kerry rated it really liked it
#3 in the Evergence Trilogy (Aprodigal Sun #1 and The DYing Light #2). I'm still mulling the ending but my first reaction was some what of a let down. Considering the trajectory of the first two in the series and the way they were plotted I almost feel like the authors went off in another direction in the conclusion. Not what I expected and maybe that was the point.
Sep 01, 2012 Matt rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: sci-fi
Really loved this trilogy. Enjoyed the science and the conjecture. There are a few logic bumps you have to get over, but all in all it is a pleasant jaunt. I'll read them again! And read more from the authors.
Luciano Chavez
Jan 26, 2013 Luciano Chavez rated it did not like it
The first novel was fine. The second one in the trilogy was OK. This last book was a struggle to get through. It was quite uninteresting. I skipped a few chapters in order to read the last two to finish it and I can say with confidence that I am glad I did. I didn't miss anything.
Charles Weller
Mar 08, 2013 Charles Weller rated it really liked it
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Pretty good. Some nice action sequences, and a great overall arc. A little disjointed in places but well worth a read!
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