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Enjoyable first half of the final story in the Caine Trilogiy. The book has a slower pace than previous books in the series, but still able to build tension to the culmination. The complexity of this book and the philosophical questions that are raised do not detract from the story but adds an an extra dimension. Cannot wait to find out how the whole thing pans out!
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
In my opinion, this novel is not a finished piece. The length is less than half the previous two books. While not definitive, the book just ended leaving too much unresolved. It is an obvious segue way into more books in the series, but more than that, it leaves you the feeling that the book was rushed to publication unfinished just to get something out the door.
While, in general, I enjoy the series as it is well written and a unique concept, this book was a major stumble. The protagonist has devolved from a tough, self assured winner to a self pitying loser (at least in this portion). Perhaps if the book had been finished, we would be seeing a different outcome.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful
this is an amazing book. this series got me into audiobooks. read it for your own good.