If you're on this book then, like me, you've probably read the others that come before it. If you haven't then you're either suffering from a type of number dyslexia or the type of person that likes to do things their own way; the sort that consistently sticks 2 fingers up at order and social structure - and in that case I tip my metaphorical hat to you and wink subtly.
7-8-9...I have lost track of which number this is, but it follows the exact same formula as its predecessors and sees Sienna Nealon stretch her meta muscles once more in the fight against an evil, and somewhat arrogant and ignorant, benevolence by the name of Sovereign. I won't add any spoilers partly because I haven't actually finished reading it yet. And that's because I've lost some of my interest in this little meta brats story. She's overly violent, always saying smart-assed things, enjoys upsetting people, enjoys killing and just acts more and more like a homicidal lunatic every time she encounters someone she doesn't like. If I'm honest I've found myself routing for the 'bad' guys but so far they have proved to be no match for the little bitch. But, like I've said, I've not finished it yet. Maybe next time.
The problem is I'm invested in this story now. I have to know how it ends. I've spent a long time with these metas and to not follow it to its conclusion, and I'm hoping there is one, would be a disservice not just to me but them as well.
I can't give this more than 3 stars because I feel that the story has been deliberately stretched out by the author beyond its natural length and most of what I'm reading now is filler and regurgitated incidents from earlier, and frankly more enjoyable, books. The first 3 were good but now I'm just hoping someone sneaks up on her and manages to do what so many have failed to do and bring this story to an end. I have many books queued up ready to read and that can't happen until these are over.