Guest review from Andy Pennington.
This novel is book three of The Themis Files; The book certainly felt a lot slower then the first two and was sadly considerably more predictable.
The story starts exactly where the previous book left off but soon jumps nine years ahead, from here the two stories progress side by side leading to the obvious conclusion. The author has lost none of his touch with characters as again new characters fleshed out very quickly and embroiled in the plot right away.
There is humour, action and some tragedy along the way. An enjoyable book and conclusion to the series, just a bit too slow to get to the obvious end.
Published by Penguin 1 April 2019.
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