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Having listened to the two previous books, I found this final book wanting. It seemed to be taken up, for the most part, inside the mind. Whilst glimpses worked in the previous books, I found I was fast forwarding in parts just to move on.
Because so much of the book was taken up with the mind, it left very little time for, in my opinion, a proper ending. The ending seemed rushed as though the author just wanted to be finished.
Narration was very good.
A shame really as the trilogy was, on the whole, a good listen.
This was a good conclusion to the end of this series. The author actually left it in a good place to start an offshoot series if he wanted. I think we saw a lot of story elements we've been waiting for over the past two books, and I was happy with most of the story.
I think the internal mind battle between Cyrus and the "hidden enemy" was a little bit drawn out though...
My only real disappointment was the swift ending. After the final battle of the book, there is a measly 15 minutes to wrap up the story. I wanted to hear more about how the story ended! I would have made this at least an hour, but alas, I'm not an author...
I would definitely recommend this one, especially if you liked the other two. If you haven't read the other two, I would recommend going back and starting from the beginning, because otherwise your going to be lost.
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thank you Mr Porter for the voices of each character. very immersive! some of the descriptions for the actions could have used more diverse adjectives