A new beginning...
A final battle for the fate of humankind...
A future on the edge of infinity...
Colonel Mitchell "Ares" Williams has been through it all, the story of his life an eternity in the making. He's brought the starship Goliath back home in a shrewd maneuver that could turn the tide of a war that he has fought beyond forever, restoring those that were lost and giving him a second chance to change the fate of humankind.
A chance to destroy the Tetron for good.
But as Mitchell soon discovers, the more things have stayed the same, the more they've changed, and he isn't the only one who's been waiting for this time to come...
The Edge of Infinity is the seventh and final book in the science-fiction War Eternal series.
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Bit of a lame end to otherwise good series
If you have got this far in the series yourself, then its worth continuing for closure. I really liked the previous books but I wished the author had taken a different tact with the ending.
The next part of this review in might be considered a spoiler - although there are no details, it gives a sense as to how the story progresses - so please stop reading if you want to experience the book in its pure form. Happy reading :)
Anyway, having got this far in the series, my expectation for a good and clever resolution to the saga was high (again which is probably why I was disappointed).
My problem is that the 'enemy' always seemed one step ahead of anything our heroes could do, resulting in a continual stream of false victories and bouts of hopelessness. That's fine in itself, and actually makes you eager to find out how the tables get turned.
Unfortunately the frustration just continues all the way right to the end when the final resolution just comes down to what I would regard as pure luck.
Some might like this, and if the author is after some irony in this then fine - but for me it was not very satisfying and the closure just seemed rushed.
- Mango Chutney