About the Book
A year ago, Flynn Cormac and Jubilee Chase made the now-infamous Avon Broadcast, calling on the galaxy to witness LaRoux Industries' corruption. A year before that, Tarver Merendsen and Lilac LaRoux were the only survivors of the Icarus shipwreck, forced to live a double life after their rescue.
Now, at the center of the galaxy on Corinth, all four are about to collide with two new players in the fight against LRI.
Gideon Marchant is an underworld hacker known as the Knave of Hearts, ready to climb and abseil his way past the best security measures on the planet to expose LRI's atrocities. Sofia Quinn, charming con artist, can work her way into any stronghold without missing a beat. When a foiled attempt to infiltrate LRI Headquarters forces them into a fragile alliance, it's impossible to know who's playing whom--and whether they can ever learn to trust each other.
With their lives, loves, and loyalties at stake, only by joining forces with the Icarus survivors and Avon's protectors do they stand a chance of taking down the most powerful corporation in the galaxy---before LRI's secrets destroy them all.
The New York Times best-selling Starbound trilogy comes to a close with this dazzling final installment about the power of courage and hope in humanity's darkest hour.
My Take on the Book
While I did not read the first two books in this trilogy, I still thought that the book was a good one and one that I could comprehend and pick up quickly. While the book does pick up somewhat in the story, I still felt that the book was separate enough that someone that had not read the first two would still be able to read this as a stand-alone book.
This book follows a character known as Gideon who is a hacker and is known as the Knave of hearts and a heroine named Sofia. These two characters that, while at first, seem to be very different, as you continue to read you will find more and more common ground between them, especially between a common enemy.
Both main characters were a ton of fun and have traits that drew me in and complemented each other well. The book too was fun and had a plot that moved quickly.
If you read this book before the others, I know that now that I have read this myself, that I am ready to go back and read the other books for myself.
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