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    COSEGA SHIFT

    Good read, lots of twists and turns, really enjoyed the three books in the series. Will watch out for more of this author's works.
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    The Cosega Sequence

    Absolutely loved the Trilogy.Leaves one with lots of questions. Well done Mr. Legg Looking forward to reading more of your work...
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    Brings the trilogy to a grand ending

    The Cosega Shift, the third book in the Cosega series opens with a bang, and a near-death moment: “Rip’s last thought before he collapsed into the water was of Eysen, and the incomplete Cosega sequence.” The writing is dynamic. It does not let go until the conclusion, which on the flip side, reveals that the end of the Cosega sequence holds the secret of our beginning. The cosmic secret is also a deeply personal one. “The only hope for the future is locked within each of us.” The Eysen can reveal a combination of knowledge and destiny, which are deemed dangerous by some entities. Gaines finds out the “it was not a machine at all. What it was exactly might never be known, but no longer was he separate and merely on the outside looking in. He was part of everything the Eysen held.” Written in snappy chapters that advance the plot quickly, this is a book that holds your attention to the end, and brings the trilogy to a grand ending. Five stars
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    Cosega Sequence

    Could not put it down. Read all three back to back. I actually hated to go to work because I had to stop reading it. Highly recommend it
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    Cosega trilogy

    Very well written. Keeps the reader engaged with action throughout. Strong character development without unending description.
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