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Dome Trilogy #3

Solaray Dawn

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Book Three of the Dome Trilogy Forced from the shadows and into the Solaray light . . . On Level One, every citizen wants to see the face of the most envied woman in the Dome world; UnderDome, two factions prepare for a war which will determine control of Central Computer and humanity's future. In the third installment of the Dome Trilogy, Remy reluctantly re-enters the Dome as a citizen, carefully shielded from public view - until her husband disappears under questionable circumstances. Forced to dodge admirers and assassins, Remy realizes it is finally time to change the Dome world . . . but at what price?

692 pages, Paperback

First published October 4, 2014

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Jessica Alter

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In 2014, author Jessica “Jess” Alter published the third and final installment in an epic social science fiction trilogy filled with sex, tech, and firearms.

Her Cryptid Series, which combines cryptid lore and the modern scientific world with unexpected and thrilling results, is on multiple ebook platforms. The second book in the series, Man and Brother, continues the adventure begun in 'Til Undeath Do Us Part.

When she’s not writing, she enjoys collecting folktales from around the world, adapting dessert recipes, baking homemade breads, and crocheting little monsters. You can find her online here and find her on the Fediverse as @Jess_Alter@indiepocalypse.social .

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Fantastic conclusion to the series. Wraps up all the threads neatly, and very well done.
I highly recommend the Dome Trilogy.
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