Top positive review
Compelling page turner but don’t rob yourself by stopping at the first book
Reviewed in Australia on 8 May 2020
It’s a trilogy, crafted from and end that will hurt you brain but not your heart. Each part of the trilogy satisfies like great food. Full, but you want to return for more. There are a few licences taken with the science, but the humanity of the story rings true.
Rather than tacked on sequels, the greatest power is in the final book. While it’s definitely in the Sci Fi genre, it’s really about us, what defines our humanity. It’s about experiencing enough to be able to face our own end with eyes wide open and not letting tomorrow’s death rob us of today’s gifts.
It’s a cracker yarn.