This had the promise to be a truly wonderful trilogy, if the first instalment was anything to go by. However, the final instalment lacked almost everything the first two had in spades.
Many of the chapters were in the point of view of Marduk, a lacklustre villain who definitely didn't leave me looking over my shoulder with a seemingly pointless plot about stock market trading, that had little to do with anything the previous two books had worked towards.
The action was cumbersome and oftentimes nonsensical, leaving my head whirling with how poorly it was written.
Many loose ends were tied up in such an abrupt and unexpected manor, I found myself going back over them to make sure that what I had read had actually happened. None of these were satisfying.
The most disappointing part of the book was the ending. It almost didn't end, it was just as though the author's got bored and gave up.
I write this review an a disappointed reader. I read it in two days but only because I was hurrying to read something better. Such a shame.