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    We start Alone off with quite a bang. The division between the faction of the Birthday Children has led to an all-out war, ships are closing in from outer space, and Em and her friends are still trying to figure out how they are going to survive on Omeyocan. And the planet has some pretty big surprises for them. Em has really grown as the trilogy progresses, and now we get to see her as a true leader that has the best interests of the people at hurt. We see her as a person hurt emotionally by betrayal and loss. We see her as a person learning to trust all over again. And this trust is going to be critical. As the ships move closer, she will have to learn to trust her instincts (and the instincts of those around her) to put the ancient city back together again and figure out just what is going on. What's going on? Well, I can't tell you, but it was a big "what the hell" moment when it all came together. I never saw it coming. And Scott Sigler revealed all the bits and pieces of the puzzle perfectly. A unique creation that I haven't run across in science fiction before, it was nice to see an inventive plot twist turn out so well. In the end, we have epic battles between aliens of all sorts, battles in space, people sacrificing themselves for all sorts of good (and sometimes not so good) reasons. This has been an epic series. I sort of hope he decides to keep going. I would love to see what space has in store for Em and the survivors of Omeyocan.
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    Thrilling Climax of an Epic Trilogy

    My heart hurts so good. This is everything an epic finale should be. Thrills on every page, shocking turns, vulnerable and powerful characters, heartbreak, and battles that had me almost hyperventilating. The story was original and surprising, with beloved characters being forced to make wrenching choices and sacrifices and coming up with unconventional solutions. Mr. Sigler wasn't joking around with this book. It was brutal, and I absolutely loved it. Right from the get-go we're thrown into action and I was reminded why he's one of my favourite authors when it comes to in-your-face, gritty action. I felt like I was there, every little detail drawing me into the scene and making my heart pound. There were at least three major action scenes that were making me go crazy, all leading to a finale that ripped me open. I am going to miss these characters so much––there were reminders of those we lost and new characters I didn't get to spend a lot of time with. But Em... Em I am going to miss more than I can say. She was a terrific character in every way she needed to be, and I'm heartsore with her story ending here. But Sigler mastered this finale, and I can't recommend these books enough. There are lots of Young Adult books out there, but I guarantee you've never read anything like this.

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