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  • Best of the series

    Is there a way to give six or seven stars? Maybe even ten? I started following the Tom Swan series back when the first book was released, many many months (a few years) ago. I've always felt they were really good books to act as "fillers" between the lengthier novels I usually read - and really well-written fillers at that. Sometimes the problem is that when you have a small bite-sized portion of a really, really good snack, you never feel satisfied enough at each helping you are able to get; but you really look forward to the next time it graces your palate. Such is the case in Tom Swan books - they are really good stories, and they really engage; unfortunately for someone like me who reads each book as they come out, they never fully satisfy because they are so absolutely good. But then, that's exactly the same reason we binge watch good tv series or binge eat potato chips: they are addictive. I would suggest others new to the series to read all at one go; but saying so I'm still going to devour each novella the very moment they come out. This episode - Tom Swan and the Last of the Spartans: Part Five - is the best in the series so far. In previous episodes we've seen desperate but beautifully written battles; we've seen depravity and despair described in heart-wrenching and emphatic prose; we've seen revelations, journeys and witty conversations. The highlight of this episode is a culmination of not just the political and financial cloak-and-dagger plots from the last few books, but also a culmination of Tom Swan's mental, strategic, heroic and military skills which have been building and accumulating from the very start of Book One. As just like before, you will end this book really wanting to know what happens next for this really talented and bold young man. What is his next adventure? With a slight twist, that is: you wonder what is the next adventure of both him and the new addition to his life. I like Sophia when she was introduced in the previous books, and she was intriguing enough in each scene, but somehow in her very short appearance in this book I literally fell in love with her. She's a perfect match for our intrepid hero Tom Swan. I wonder how this new dynamic will affect how he goes about things in future? So, once again, outstanding job, Mr Cameron; I bemoan the fact that the next instalments will be in 2018 (so far away!), but I know each bite will be worth the wait if they are so well crafted as the books so far.

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  • Just great

    Geest book. Great series. The main character Tom Swan is always surprising.

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