• Title: Genesis Redux (The Transcendence Trilogy, #3)
  • Author: Dylan S. Hearn
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 106
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Genesis Redux The Transcendence Trilogy One person two lives and a challenge to the old world order With Tandelli and O Driscoll on the run Stephanie imprisoned and the traditionalist faction of Global Governance vanquished all Indigo
    One person, two lives, and a challenge to the old world order With Tandelli and O Driscoll on the run, Stephanie imprisoned, and the traditionalist faction of Global Governance vanquished, all Indigo s goals are realised Yet in her moment of triumph, victory is snatched from her grasp Stripped of her patronage and with enemies on all sides, she finds herself in the bigOne person, two lives, and a challenge to the old world order With Tandelli and O Driscoll on the run, Stephanie imprisoned, and the traditionalist faction of Global Governance vanquished, all Indigo s goals are realised Yet in her moment of triumph, victory is snatched from her grasp Stripped of her patronage and with enemies on all sides, she finds herself in the biggest fight of her life In this stunning climax to the Transcendence Trilogy, nobody is safe as the once secret struggle to control humanity s future breaks out into the open Who will win in this battle for ultimate power the Investigator, torn between duty and protecting his family the crime lord, wanting revenge on those who took his kingdom away Global Governance, riven by in fighting but still a force to be reckoned with or the person who started it all, even though she d rather be dead

    One Reply to “Genesis Redux (The Transcendence Trilogy, #3)”

    1. The third in Hearn's transcendence trilogy, Genesis Redux aims at tying up any loose ends and adding more information about the power factions in this dystopian world that the author has created in his earlier novels Second Chance and Absent Souls.It's a well structured story, imaginative with a wide-ranging plot, and the characters continue to be good, my favourite probably remains O'Driscoll (the crime boss). I admire Hearn's breadth of vision in this complex story about the struggle for globa [...]

    2. Hearne mixes complex, gritty politics with technology just beyond our own to create a dystopia that is both surprising and all too familiar.This novel is the third volume in the Transcendence Trilogy. As such, the remainder of this data file poses a risk of corrupting the users surprise file for previous volumes.Nico Tandelli and Mike O’Driscoll have been imprisoned by mysterious forces. Stephanie Vaughn is trapped in an unresponsive body. And the conservative faction of Global Governance are [...]

    3. The final book of the Transcendence Trilogy and the one of which I'm most proud. Let me know if you enjoyed it too!

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