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on April 21, 2012 :
The second book gets quite a bit more interesting. Lot of questions from the first book are answered as the story progesses. More of the dreade CIA, of course. More characters are added and crarry though to the last book. Well writen and impossible not to continue on the the last book. By this time, your hooked. The final book awaits you.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)
on Aug. 24, 2011 :
In the second book of this three-part trilogy, a lot of questions are answered and much of the missing back-story is filled in. I found this book to be as addictive as the first with extremely well developed and likable (or not) characters, believable dialog, and a first rate story line that climaxes and caused me to burn through this book as quickly as the first (in a matter of a few days) just to find out what would happen next. Of the three books, I found this one to be my favorite with the first one a close second. Alan James definitely has a knack for SciFi, and if you like this genre at all, you will not be disappointed. Start with the first book though as these should be read in order for continuity.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)