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Publisher's Summary

The final adventure...
After leaving the Isle of Man, Aubrey and Jimmy return to the Foundation to confront Hannah about her betrayal and to free the people of Holocene II only to find themselves facing new and more difficult challenges in a world where nothing is as it seems.
©2013 Ryan Winfield (P)2014 Ryan Winfield
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By Bosco on 05-07-15

Surprisingly Good

If you could sum up State of Nature in three words, what would they be?

Surp Risingly Good

What does Michael Braun bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

I do not know this narrator's age, but his voice is ideal for narrating a book in which a young man is the main character. He's a good reader with a pleasant voice. I'd definitely be drawn to a book he narrated in the future.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The most moving point in the book, I would hope that everyone agrees, was the moment Aubrey made his choice at the matchmaking ceremony. The author handled this beautifully, and the twist was fantastic.

Any additional comments?

I bought the first book of this trilogy in one of Audible's sales, even though I'd never heard of it before, and had never read one of Winfield's books. The conceit is different enough to keep things interesting, and the characters (both good and bad) are compelling enough to keep the reader engaged. The second book was good, the first book was better than the second, and the third (this one) is the best of the three.

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By Heather South on 10-18-16

amazing

well, what can I say. this was the last book where everything came together and all the questions were

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