(Pdf / epub) Purge of Prometheus Brink of Distinction #3 Author Jon Messenger



4 thoughts on “Purge of Prometheus Brink of Distinction #3

  1. says:

    Phew Fantastic and heartbreaking end to my first venture into a science fiction seriesThere no uestion that I love this series There’s no denying that I cried throughout the first book I held it together in the

  2. says:

    The third book is like the first two I read it in exchange for honest reviews I know in the future not to read syfy military books it wasn't bad just not my thing

  3. says:

    This was the uickest read of the three and pulls the trilogy together It isn't all cookie cutter either Messenger slams the door on characters which is a bit refreshing If you started the trilogy it is worth finishing

  4. says:

    This was a good ending to the trilogy I like the realistic conseuences of character actions the author is not afraid to kill off characters that you may like or dislike Granted the science involved in the interstellar warfare was uestionable

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Feless after exposure to the Terran biological epidemic Trapped on one of the sunless worlds Keryn Riddell the ruthless Wyndgaart warrior fights against both a frozen landscape and her Terran captors As Keryn fights for her l. The third book is like the first two I read it in exchange for honest reviews I know in the future not to read syfy military books it wasn t bad just not my thing

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Purge of Prometheus Brink of Distinction #3

Ife the psychic Yen Xiao leads the Alliance fleet in pursuit of the Terran Destroyers threatening the Alliance homeworlds Yearning for leadership of the fleet Yen begins to wonder just how far he'll go for the power he craves. This was the uickest read of the three and pulls the trilogy together It isn t all cookie cutter either Messenger slams the door on characters which is a bit refreshing If you started the trilogy it is worth finishing The Works Of Jonathan Edwards Vol 17 you started the trilogy it is worth finishing

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The final confrontation between the Alien Alliance and the Terran Empire begins in this exciting conclusion to the Brink of Distinction trilogy One by one the brilliant suns of Alliance space are disappearing left cold and li. Phew Fantastic and heartbreaking end to my first venture into a science fiction seriesThere no uestion that I love this series There s no denying that I cried throughout the first book I held it together in the second but this book was a rollercoaster not necessarily for tears but for hope that redemption could comeWarning SpoilersI fell in love with Eza from the first book but Yen was a close second Throughout book two I was a full on Yen supporter and I stayed that way through this book until about the 50% mark where my heart just started breaking It should come as no surprise as I m sure you ve read Fall of Icarus that Yen starts down a dark path A path that he continues on in this book And even I as Yen became my favorite in the series had to accept that some things can t be forgiven and sometime things are so bad that there is no redemption left on the other side of certain acts When you get to the 50% mark you ll understand what I meanKeryn Adam and Penchant were easy to enjoy I liked Keryn in the last book but admittedly only slightly As she comes to grips with what the Voice can truly be for her I started to like her For me I had a hard time understanding her most of the time Silly as it may sound all I could think was you stupid girl the Voice has Eza s memories and seriously he was one kick ass solider I feel like whispers of what would happen with Keryn and Adam played across my mind from time to time and I honestly was rooting for itPenchant was a sad moment for me His strength and honor as a soldier was put to the test and I loved where Messenger took his characterSo because I refuse to spoil this book though most of you will probably already have read the first 2 in the trilogy and already know if you will pick this one up and you absolutely should I want to say a few things about the actual writing I ve mentioned before that Messenger has a way with detail that is not easy He does a fantastic job of making you feel and see what he s envisioning as he puts words to paper I won t lie a few of these things I d rather not visualize there is definitely some gore The facts of war are blaring and brilliant though often sad This book deals with some sad subject matter but one thing I ve grown to admire about Messenger is he doesn t sugar coat what is happening in his books he doesn t hide or apologize for what happens to his characters and what the battles they fight in make of them So all in all it s a fantastic trilogy which I will absolutely recommend to anyone who will listen