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Finally the Pieces Fall into Place
on 22 March 2003
Centauri Prime is a hot bed of activity. Prime Minister Durla has gone power mad, and with that has come paranoia. Londo still does what he can to fight the Drakh, but with the Keeper in place, there is little he can do. Vir, meanwhile, slowly builds an army of revolutionaries. But can they gain strength in time to avoid an all out war with the Alliance? All bets are off when David Sheridan is implanted with his own keeper and heads to Centauri Prime.
This is the book that Babylon 5 fans have been waiting for. It finally fills in the gaps left between season 5 and "War Without End" from the third season. As with the series itself, even though we know the final outcome, getting there is half the journey. The pace never lags, and there are several surprises along the way. Once again, Mr. David has captured the characters and series perfectly. The scenes between Londo and G'Kar are some of the best anywhere, and Londo's struggle to redeem himself has never been more touching.
This book is an absolute must for Babylon 5 fans. You will love every minute of the story and leave satisfied. Non-fans will also enjoy the story and characters, but won't have the same connection. Either way, this is a wonderful book to end a highly recommended trilogy.