And that’s it. The end of one of the best straight-up action series I’ve read. This was a very quick, relatively short read but it ties everything up and, as usual, the historical references and mythology that are incorporated is wonderful.
I thought there were a few too many of Jack’s ‘miraculous escapes’ (and one that I really couldn’t suspend disbelief over) but it was so nice to see the team working together. And the four different perspectives of the teams was great.
As with most of this series, there isn’t a whole lot of depth or breadth and I felt it more in this book just because we were switching back and forth so often and it was a bit choppier than usual.
Overall, I’m so pleased with this book and how it ended. I’m feeling a bit nostalgic and sad now so it might be time to reread SAW and SSS!
🌟🌟🌟🌟 / 5 and a solid salute to @matthewreillyofficial for a wonderful series.