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    Exciting conclusion to the trilogy

    Sightlines is the final book in The Community trilogy and my definitive favorite. This psy-thriller series has offered a little of everything- from social and political commentary, a wide range of characters and couples from different backgrounds, action, suspense, and some crazy paranormal abilities that make anything possible. And yet, this is the first book that hooked me cover to cover, never relaxing its grip once. The continued story arc of overlapping characters and plotlines does mean these should be read in order, but the interesting journey and incredible ending certainly make this trilogy worth your time and money. Readers meet Chase and Elijah in the previous books, even seeing a little of them together as a quasi-couple. As intrigued as I was by Chase’s surliness and Elijah’s unwavering loyalty to his friends in the other books, Chase’s character caught me a little off guard in Sightlines. Told entirely from Chase’s point of view, the third book features two things Mr. Hassell does ridiculously well, the angst-ridden hero and the character who is far more than he originally appears. I thoroughly enjoyed seeing Chase come into his own with his powers, as a leader on the rescue missions, and as Elijah’s boyfriend. There was a well of character depth I hadn’t anticipated, and Mr. Hassell exposed us to a full range of emotions as Chase faced his tormentors and realized his own self-worth. With so much going on regarding the duo attempting to escape the Farm and trying to bring down the heads of the Community, the romance between Elijah and Chase took a bit of a different route. While some readers may feel the love story took a backseat to the action, I found the draw and chemistry between Elijah and Chase to be the best of the series and never felt as though I was missing out. Then there’s the crazy exciting fight and chase scenes. The action and tension in Sightlines was by far the star for me, leaving me holding my breath in some parts and reading as fast as I possibly could to find out what Chase and Elijah would face next. The intensity never let up and I was really pleased at how all the plotlines played out to completion. This ending and couple was more than I even expected, plus we got cameos by the other couples and glimpses into their futures, making Sightlines a perfect cap to The Community trilogy. *Reviewed for Alpha Book Club*

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