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This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Keri Arthur
Released: December 5th 2017
Series: Outcast #3
Published by Self Published
“In the last installment to the Outcast series, Keri Arthur really gives it her all. Packed with action, suspense, and intrigue, this series is not one to be missed if you are a Sci Fi or Dystopian fan.”
~ Under the Covers
In the last installment to the Outcast series, Keri Arthur really gives it her all. Packed with action, suspense, and intrigue, this series is not one to be missed if you are a Sci Fi or Dystopian fan. I’m really picky when it comes to series like this, but Arthur has really created a world that is both fascinating and dangerous.
I would highly recommend reading the series in order, but for the new readers, Arthur does give a little bit of a recap of what happens at the very beginning. I always appreciate this because I read these books usually before the books are released so some time has passed before I read the next one. With all the big events that happen in this series, it’s nice to have that refresher.
For those of you who haven’t read Arthur’s writing before, this series stays true to her style but it does have a nice edgy twist to it that makes it more Sci Fi in feel. There’s still that Urban Fantasy touch to it, but I’ll be honest when I say that this world has been one of my favorites that the author has created.
I would absolutely love to have more books set in this world so I’m very sad to see this series end. If there was a spin-off series I think my heart would be very happy. I look forward to hearing what Keri Arthur has in store for her readers next!
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