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I listen to this on audiable, and I can say is that this series comes down to not a want to show flash action or big bombastic action scene. This series is all about the humanity of these characters why they do what they and what that means, in regards to enemy that is trying to kill characters is that it a cthulhu like being completely unknowable and what can be done about. I really enjoy the ending and it seems more than fitting for this series, I would like to have a novela that outlines more of what happens at the end of book.
I don’t normally take the time to review, but I’ve been waiting on this one for a while and it doesn’t disappoint. How far out these guys plan I do not know but it integrates perfectly with what’s come before. Fast moving action, with massive themes - this series has been described as GOT in space, but I think that actually does it a disservice. If you’ve gotten this far you don’t need me to convince you…I only hope someone stumps up the $$$ to get the last 3 books to the screen.
Firstly Leviathan Falls has a pleasing circularity about it, with many situations a repeat of similar ones earlier in the series - particularly the first 3. Yet even with this it doesn’t feel stale rather it feels “right”.
The ending whilst not full of unicorns and rainbows suits the series down to the ground and leaves a feeling of everything having slotted into its rightful place. The epilogue is particularly nice.
Messrs Weber and Martin could do worse than look at this as a brilliant example of how to conclusively end a series.
Whilst I bounced off of the time gap between books 6 and 7 this book more than the rest justifies the change to get to this conclusion. Bravo and well done to the 2 authors.
I recently saw a tweet from the authors account where the series is better thought of as 3 duologies and a trilology, and this intrigues me enough to go back to the start.
And now to watch the conclusion of the TV series, which unlike its close cousin GOT has wonderfully evolved into its own thing too.
Well done again to the authors. Five stars for the conclusion 4 stars over all for the series.