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The United Continuums

(The Continuum Trilogy #3)

4.19  ·  Rating details ·  78 ratings  ·  16 reviews
In the epic conclusion to the award-winning Continuum Trilogy, Aero leads a group of insurgents from the Second Continuum to overthrow his rival Supreme General Vinick and unite his space colony's military forces, while Seeker takes on a secret mission back to her home colony to reinforce Earth's defenses and defend the First Continuum against an even greater threat. Meanw ...more
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Published July 11th 2017 by Turner
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Feb 01, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: ya-btr
Can’t believe I’m finally able to say that I have finished this trilogy, this was such a trip, when I found this series I was captivated from the start, the world building, the characters and the plot all worked so well together that you forget this is a book and for a moment you are transported inside the book. I devoured the first book , and did the same with the second one , it took me a long time to find the last book (no library in my state had it , not any bookstore either ...weird) . Rega ...more
Nadia Zeemeeuw
Mar 09, 2018 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Sorry to admit the trilogy which had started asquite promising my guilty pleasure" turned into something unbearable to read. The characters are so black and white it can't be excused by young adult genre. I stopped waiting any depth while I was reading the first book. But how about elementary logic? The only reason I didn't give this book one star is... a sugar end. Yes, you got it right. Somehow I was so bored it felt good to have at least this.
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Jul 19, 2017 rated it liked it
Shelves: arc, sci-fi, ya
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The United Continuums neatly wraps up the trilogy but also leaves open the possibility for future stories. Although the ending was satisfying, perhaps too much time was spent on the other continuums and not enough focus on our protagonists. But those who really liked the first two books will find more of the same here.

Story: The Second Continuum has reappeared in space and has made its intentions known: to wrest control
Kester Nucum
Jan 21, 2017 rated it it was amazing
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EDIT: I finished this series for the second time and it still doesn't cease to amaze me. I love it so much and it will have a special place in my heart always.

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DISCLAIMER: I received a free uncorrected ARC proof from the author and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This will not affect my review in any way.

Oh my goodness! This book is officially my favorite book of all time! I devoured- and I mean I just could not stop
Aug 10, 2018 rated it it was amazing
It is hard to write a review on the trilogy, when you loved it and when you've just finished it. I reread my reviews to the previous parts and I still have the same feelings.
I liked everything about it. I'll try to collect my thought and avoid spoilers in the process
1. Reading from different points of view was interesting and it is helpful, because there are so many different locations and events, we can look at everything and see the whole picture. Because we actually almost have an
Eliot S.
Mar 12, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Ms. Brody does not disappoint, with the final installment of the Continuum Trilogy, The United Continuums. It was just as much interesting as it was disturbing to see how the 4th Continuum had evolved. That idea of human networking to create what is very much a colony, as well as a singular organism seems very Matrix-like. It horrifies me to say it, but that actually seems like a very good idea. Little to no waste, tasks performed with hyper efficiency on the intent of humans as a whole, would o ...more
May 12, 2018 rated it really liked it
I love a good story!! I thoroughly enjoyed this series. In fact, I liked it way better than Hunger Games and I'm sad that it seems to have flown under the main stream radar.

The incredible technology mingling with the psychology and sociology of small colonies a thousand years removed from "the end of life - The Doom" felt disturbingly realistic. Jennifer Brody mixed expansive imagination with a clear knowledge of human emotions and behaviors. The unfolding experience of Myra Jackson and each pe
T.R. Horne
Sep 11, 2017 rated it really liked it
This end to a sci-fi trilogy was quite satisfying. Brody did a good job of weaving all the different storylines and perspectives into one action-oriented and heartfelt storyline. I liked the conclusion of the story but felt it lagged a bit at times because the main characters were far apart and absent from each others storyline quite often. I felt the ending was good but had sort of hoped for a different outcome for some of the main characters. Overall, I think the ending to the trilogy was well ...more
Mar 12, 2018 rated it really liked it
4 stars. Brody wraps up her dystopian trilogy with a story I found myself just as compelled to hurry up and finish as the first two. The stakes were raised, the characters were facing new perils. Yet the driving question here was whether their sometimes uneasy alliance would be enough to unite their home continuums against a foe determined to destroy not only them but perhaps the earth itself. Definitely recommended.
Excellent conclusion to this dystopian series, but I would love to see some prequels or parallel tales of the "lost continuums".

Similar to the conclusion of "The Hunger Games" trilogy, there are expected and unexpected deaths of beloved characters. Don't let this stop you, however, from discovering this fabulous series.

For anyone who enjoys this series, "Seveneves" by Neal Stephenson would be a natural next step.
David Mcdaniel
Feb 19, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Great story

Great story I enjoyed reading this series. Great characters and storyline. The only thing that seemed out if place was the Kraken but who knows what really lives in the deep especially otter a thousand years of evolution without man's influence. It's is also left open for stories in the series. Surely some of the other Continuums survived. I would love to read more
John Clark
Dec 10, 2017 rated it it was amazing
This book held up very nicely as a final installment. All in all, a dandy dystopian trilogy and one that surprised me in all three books by the plot structure, layering and world alteration. Scary to think the Doom part might be right around the corner, but minus the continuum option. For those who haven't read this one, I bet Seeker grown on you.
Full Daffy
Apr 30, 2019 rated it did not like it
Please STOP these books and take some time to learn and write prose and dialogue. Jesus. The continuum idea was fantastic but you completely lacked the technique to tell the story. Now someone with some real skill will take this idea and give us a proper series.
Kathleen Kaufman
Aug 07, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I have been obsessed with this trilogy since book one and this did not disappoint. Fast paced, multi-layered storytelling - Jennifer Brody weaves multiple point of views in a way that heightens the momentum and suspense.

As sad as I am that this journey is done, I can't wait for whatever comes next from this author!
Ally Renell
Sep 13, 2018 rated it it was ok
I really enjoyed the first two books of this series, but this one was a mess. Everything felt rushed and there were some serious editing issues. I'm happy with the ending, I just wish we had gotten there differently.
Edna Axelrod
Feb 02, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I was happy to receive an Advance Review Copy of this final volume in Jennifer Brody's excellent "Continuum" trilogy. I can assure all of you who are waiting for publication of the grand finale that you will not be disappointed. "The United Continuums" deftly pulls together all of the strands laid out in the first two books - the many characters, worlds, rivalries, and alliances - and weaves them into an exciting and satisfying finished tapestry. If you haven't read the earlier books, I don't re ...more
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Jennifer Brody’s award-winning novel The 13th Continuum sold to Turner Publishing in a 3-book deal and is being packaged into a feature film. Return of the Continuums and The United Continuums (July 11, 2017) complete this epic trilogy. She is a graduate of Harvard University, a creative writing instructor at the Writing Pad, a volunteer mentor for the Young Storytellers Foundation, a member of th ...more

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The Continuum Trilogy (3 books)
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