The Sound of Seas by Gillian Anderson
My rating: 2 of 5 stars
I'm sorry to report that while the first two books in Gillian Anderson and Jeff Rovin's trilogy managed to deliver surprisingly good adventures, the finale caps things off in a slipshod, disjointed fashion. It splits its story too many ways to count, doesn't focus enough on the main plot with Anderson's obvious Author Avatar Caitlin O'Hara (I hear she narrates the audiobooks too, of course), and overall feels like it's throwing up too much information to keep track of for its barely 300-page length.
Such a shame. Anderson and Rovin had a great idea, only for it to go off the rails in the home stretch. Don't quit your day job, Agent Scully.
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