Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Book Review - The Grey Star
About the Book
After thwarting the Cult of Dionysus and with the city of Nexus in ruins, all that remains for the Apollonians is to find the final Shards of the Risa Star before the Cult can use it to wreak havoc on an astronomical scale—but in this final installment of the Seven Stars trilogy, Jack Lawson and his allies face unexpected challenges. They are worlds apart; some battling old enemies in a desert fortress, and others in a formerly prosperous city-state that is slipping into totalitarianism. All the while, the pieces of a greater puzzle have been moving into place and a trap has been laid, and Jack must confront a truth that threatens to destroy everything.
About the Author
James Bartholomeusz is the author of The Black Rose and The White Fox. He is studying English literature at the University of Exeter.
My Take on the Book
This was an action packed continuing saga that built well on the previous books. I continue to enjoy the characters and the interplay in the action that the author shares in his books and in this book I was just as impressed. I got lost in a lot of the action throughout and know that other readers will as well. The book is definitely fantasy/science fiction, but for me that was great. You get great characters, action, drama and much more all wrapped into a book that will keep you engaged form beginning to end.
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