With the Damascus closing in on the Exiled, Sai and Dom must put their grief and inner demons aside as they rush to free the people of the Protected Conglomerate from the influence of the psionic grid.
Chipped and placed under house arrest with a guard, Bastian's only hope lies in reaching his core to disrupt Deign's ruthless plan.
Intent on putting a stop to the Damascus and the GNW's reign, Dom discovers the true extent of the parasite within. Just when Sai thinks the Exiled have a chance, their greatest weapon turns on them.
KT Hanna has a love for words so extreme, a single word can spark entire worlds.
Born in Australia, she met her husband in a computer game, moved to the U.S.A. and went into culture shock. Bonus? Not as many creatures specifically out to kill you.
When she’s not writing, she freelance edits for Chimera Editing, and chases her daughter, husband, corgi, and cat. No, she doesn’t sleep. She is entirely powered by the number 2, caffeine, and beef jerky.
I had mixed feelings about this book. On the one hand, I didn't really want this series to end. I loved the characters and the way the author took all the things I love about YA and somehow fit them into this fantastic story. And on the other, the ending was pretty much everything I wanted and more. I haven't found a final book in a while that left me feeling like this one did. I can't imagine a better way for the author to have tied things up.
If you haven't read this series, go read it now. I cannot recommend it enough. The writing is spectacular and the plot was surprising and well crafted to keep me desperate to find out what would happen next.
Seriously, I was on the edge of my seat at the start of this book, and I couldn't put it down. When the well, you'll see. But there were tears, and still plenty of little Sai/Dom moments to make up for it.
Love it. This series is fantastic, a truly under-appreciated scifi gem!
This was a great finale to the series! I wouldn't mind a follow up book to see how rebuilding evolves.
I admit after the 1st book had some holes where I expected more action or more character views, books 2 and 3 stepped up. I like how the author overlapped then a bit timeline wise in order to give more of a view into going ons elsewhere in the story