Ajay has several tasks to complete, remove the micro bomb the government planted in his neck, keep his family safe, destroy the last CThree Spider, Plum Blossom, and survive whilst doing so. A rapidly paced book for the first two thirds, which details his travels into the zone. The latter third of the book details what happens after - and in the current age - it’s more that correct. A good book, an interesting finish to the series, and highly enjoyable.
1. Live John Conroe’s books so maybe a bit biased here. The Zone wars series was again another interesting take on a previous theme. The writing is excellent and character development is always good enough to appreciate the dimensions of the person. Loved the series but I always like a finish and book 3 finished (for me at least) a little flat. The build up was strong leaving several options which way it was going to go and I would have preferred a differ tending. Or perhaps another book to complete it?
A brilliant conclusion to fantastic trilogy. This novel takes you on a ride from fast paced action to, at the end, a Heinlein like survivalist culture. The characters, as always in Mr Conroe’s books, are believable, engaging and well fleshed out in their consistent behaviour and ideals and develop through the narrative. I couldn’t put it down.
When do you know if the series your reading is good? When the author says its the end at 3 books and the immediate answer is: what? Noooo. Love the series, hoping that in the future we can visit it again
John Conroe pretty much writes exactly what I like no matter the genre. I am 100% convinced this story line would make an excellent TV/Streaming series or series of movies. I'll sit and hope that it gets picked up one day.