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Revelations (Extinction Point Series Book 3) Kindle Edition

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About the Author

A native of Cardiff, Wales, Paul Antony Jones now resides near Las Vegas, Nevada, with his wife. He has worked as a newspaper reporter and commercial copywriter, but his passion is penning fiction. A self-described science geek, he's a voracious reader of scientific periodicals, as well as a fan of things mysterious, unknown, and on the fringe. That fascination inspired the Extinction Point series.


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 5668 KB
  • Print Length: 307 pages
  • Publisher: 47North (8 April 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00F3MKEGA
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 172 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #408 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Although I enjoy the pace and suspense of these novels I find the characterisation of Emily to be a letdown. From the first book I didn't find her believable as a women. Her boyfriend dies in front of her and she expresses not a shred of emotion or grief. In this third novel the author introduces a new relationship, the development of which is all rather cliched and cringe-worthy. Again no mention of her previous relationship even though time wise his death is still very recent. As for 'the reason' for this alien invasion - it felt rushed and not in-keeping with the violence of the initial takeover. Finally, some bad editing in that the author changes point of view within the same paragraph in places - very poor. Shame as the author clearly knows how to keep a reader interested or I would not have read all three. Just could be written a lot better with more depth to the main character.
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I was really looking forward to the conclusion of the series, but the third book is a real let-down. What made the first two special were the persistent menace, the mind-blowing things that were happening and our constant feeling of fear for the main character. The evolutions of the alien forms as the transformation of earth took place were creative and disturbing, and the characters were put through terrible things. All great stuff. But in the third book, there is no threat, no character development. The only danger the protagonists are in is created by them by their stupid actions.

The new characters are ciphers; Jacob is a nonentity. Overall the book disappoints primarily because there is no character arc for Emily. She has not learned anything by the end; she is not changed by the experience. As soon as the sailors set foot on shore, the book descends into aping terrible run of the mill action movie dialog. The main part of the book is basically suspense building, leading up to... nothing. The final revelations in the book are a massive letdown; the actions of the enemy do not make sense and lack internal logic. Vastly disappointing on every level, particularly since the author had created something quite good in the first couple of books.
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A very disappointing ending to the series. This trilogy started well but seemed to fade a little with each book, culminating in what I felt was a rather cliched and unrealistic finale, what a shame!
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I was looking forward to this final book in the trilogy and when I downloaded it I read it in one day - yes it is a good light read that entertains and takes the reader into an alternative world. I enjoyed it as it finally gave the reader something of the bigger picture but not the whole set of answers. I do not want to spoil the plot for others but I can say that it steered an interesting course between the end of all earth life on the one hand and a resurgent humanity on the other. There were some elements that I felt could have been different, eg I thought there was a little too much harmony between the survivors as in reality I reckoned that the military hierarchy and human ethical assumption would have possible broken down a lot more. I still enjoyed the book and felt that the ending could leave the way open for a new series.
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I surprisingly enjoyed the first book in this series considering I don't normally read sci fi, the second was like a filler that made me want to pick up rhe third to read straight away, but I was a little disappointed with this one.
It took ages to get to the end & to be honest it could of been a lot shorter.
The book spent most of it's time repeatedly discribing the changes to planet earth & not alot actually happened.
It dragged through the middle but then picked up again towards the end.
It did make me wonder how I would feel in the circumstances & it is a must read if just to get the answers & finish the seriea but abit of a let down in my opinion.
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I really enjoyed the first two books - especially the first one. This one was for me a real let down. I'd been wondering how the story would find a ending that was satisfying, everyone could die, the survivors could find a miraculous way to stop the aliens and reverse the damage? There didn't seem to be a way to get closure I could see and was looking forward to something interesting. Unfortunately it seems the author has had as much difficulty as myself in finding a satisfying ending to the series. It just felt rushed to me - sorry.

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By hross42877 TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 22 Jan. 2016
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So book three see a whole new lot of problems fall in to Emily's lap. She has survived and has managed to make it to Alaska but nothing has changed. The alien threat is still very much at large.

This instalment sees a lot of new characters introduced as Emily and her Alaskan companion make contact with a submarine full of British submariners and they have no idea what has happened to the world.

This book takes Emily and her new "friends" from the cold of Alaska to the warmth of California where the can hopefully find a safe haven and live their lives free from the alien threat....if only life was that simple.

The story continues at full pace, my only gripe would be is that Emily is starting to annoy me a little but that could be because of the introduction of the other slightly more interesting characters.
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