There aren’t many well-known published authors that can pull off a complex storyline like this as well as what P. T. Hylton did. I really enjoyed this book and series. All of the answers I’ve been looking for were answered and they were answered really well in this third book. You can tell that Hylton spent a lot of time planning and drafting these stories to make sure everything made sense without plot holes and I respect that because some award winning/best-selling authors don’t even do that. Bottom line is that this third book delivered.
Sure, the prose isn’t the most amazing prose, it mostly focuses on pushing the break-neck plot forward, but the writing gets better with each book, and the complexity of the plot makes up for it. I just had a fun time reading these books, they are quick, and I think it is a trilogy that will only get better over time when I think about it. Hylton has made me a fan. From his excellent Zane Holloway novellas to this series, he is one of the good self-published authors.
18/25 Possible Score
Plot – 4(Strong)
Characters – 3(Good)
World Building/Setting – 5(Excellent, really tied the entire series together nicely)
Writing Style – 3(Good)
Heart & Mind Aspect – 3(Good)