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Entertaining , suspenseful and full of action.
This is the first book in the series I have listened to. I didn't realize this was the last in the series when I started it. It took me a bit to figure out who all the characters were. I really wish I had started at the beginning, although I still didn't have any problem following the story it would have just made it that much more enjoyable.
The human survivors discover a new enemy the Ugana(?) and their survival is once again threatened. An enemy they unknowingly created themselves. Now in order to fight this new enemy they must trust an old enemy. Through their journey they discover from the Urthmen that there are two sides to every story. Can they overcome their prejudices to defeat a common enemy.
Tricia DiSandro did a good job with the narration. Good character voices. She has a nice voice that is easy on the ears. For the action scenes her narration was great, but her narration on this book is to over dramatic most of the time. I could only listen in small doses. When your putting emphasis on every single word all the scenes tend to run together. While still an enjoyable listen, I have listened to other books she has narrated that I liked more.
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"This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of AudiobookBoom dot com."
It was really hard to get into this book as I was delving in on the last of the series, but once I did, I was really pissed I did not start at the beginning. This book has everything you would want in a sci-fi, adventure, romance, dystopian and opera kind of book. I am so glad to have finished it. Now to read the rest of the series.
It was good to find out some history that no one knew and then the play on it though out the book. Nice twist to culminate the series.
Gave it a 4.5, but will probably change it after I read the rest.