I am a big fan of Neal Asher's books, so inevitably any review by me could be rose tinted. I'll try and keep that in check...
However I can assure you that this is a cracking ending to the three books. I did wonder how Mr Asher was going to fill the pages of a third book, as everything seemed pretty near to some sort of resolution after the second book.
This book manages to bring together some intelligent plotlines on Earth, Mars and the station, and weave them into an exciting and satisfying ending.
The problem with a lot of trilogies or series of books is that the ending is somewhat disappointing and sometimes somewhat rushed or contrived. This is not the case with Jupiter War.
Well paced (I did find Zero Point dragged a little sometimes), intelligent plotlines, good hardish sci-fi, tense and exciting battles.
Let's face it, if you have read the first two you are going to buy this book, but if you have not read the first two please do so in the happy knowledge that the third book in the series is very good indeed.