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Review by Patricia's Particularity
on 2 August 2011
((Tiny spoilers, but nothing tooo dramatic or affecting!! - so this will be a really short review, or I'll give away too much)) In The Seeker we are left with Max collapsing and Liz begging for him to stay alive (swoon). The Roswell crew learns that Max is going through his species' version of maturity: connecting to the consciousness, "ankino". If Max is not able to connect he will die, and it will only be a matter of time before Michael and Izzy face the same fate. The mission is to find the stones that will allow him to connect. However, these stones are inconveniently located on their ship, which they still have not found.
Out of all the Roswell high installments so far, this one has the most action and conflict, and not excluding the relationships. Liz is watching Max die. At this point she doesn't understand, even more so, why they should just remain friends. Maria and Michael are much closer, and Maria makes a confession of epic proportion! Izzy and Alex are finally dating, even though Izzy still is reeling from Nickolas' death.
Without giving away too much, the Roswell crew comes the closest they ever have been to their ship!! Again, this novel is told from each of the characters' point of view. By far this is the most exciting installment so far. A must read for Roswell fans!!