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This review is from: The Fear (The Enemy) (Hardcover)
I'm not very good at reviewing, so I'll try and keep this short.
For the 1st and 2nd books, the first being chronologically LAST, 2nd being set a year before the first, and the 3rd being set just before the first, 3 different stories are told, yet as each book progressed these 3 stories, have started to link up in my head, minor characters from each previous book can be seen if you read carefully.
The Enemy being at the bottom left of the triangle, The Dead being at the bottom right and The Fear being at the top, now all the stories are linked up (more or less), the next book will be VERY interesting.
I won't bore you with the plot details, but I will say this: If you liked The Enemy and The Dead, this one is EASILY the best one yet. Just when you thought the previous 2 were unbeatable, No. 3 beats them. Its certainly going to be a challenge to top this one, with the 4th book, The Sacrifice.