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almost a satisfying conclusion
on 13 March 2009
After reading parts one and two i was expecting one hell of a novel to round it all off.
John Birmingham almost succeeded.
while most of the plot threads are resolved, and yes you do find out who the Murderer was, there are several that he's either forgotten or couldn't think of a way to wrap them up.
I know it's a trilogy, but i can't help feeling it needs another book just to finish it all off.
however, don't by any means think this book is a failure, far from it. it's a cracking read that rattles along at one hell of a pace. if you've read the first two you need to read this one.
all in all an excellent trilogy and I'm very grateful i found it.