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From Gillian Anderson and Jeff Rovin - their "addictive" (Marie Claire) EarthEnd Saga comes to a thrilling conclusion in a wild story involving time travel, ghosts, alien technology, and strange spiritual powers...the perfect combination for X-Files fans.
After discovering the secrets to the Gaalderkhani tiles - ancient computers that house not just memories but untold destructive force - Caitlin O'Hara's son gets accidentally thrust back in time. In order to save him, she must master the power of the tiles and figure out what the Gaalderkhani's modern relatives are searching and killing for. Can she put the pieces together and bring her son back home again?
©2016 Gillian Anderson and Jeff Rovin (P)2016 Simon & Schuster
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By Sarah E. Dobard on 11-17-16

Amazing performance but difficult story to follow

What disappointed you about The Sound of Seas?

Gillian Anderson gives an entertaining performance by using various accents. The plot is Sci-Fi, certainly, but it's a bit convoluted and difficult to follow.

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By Amazon Customer on 10-05-16

Fantasy or Fantastical?

This ending to the trilogy was satisfying, yet disappointing. This book felt woven from the first story in a much more enlightening way than A Vision of Ice. The characters were entwined with a substantial believability although the fantasy became somehow ridiculous in the later chapters. I appreciate the closure this book provided. As with most trilogies, my opinion is that they are just for the publishers, not the authors or the readers. One book with A Vision of Fire and The Sound of Seas would have sufficed.

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