The third book of this, so far, very enjoyable tetralogy.
We left book two after the story split into two stories on two worlds, Earth and Kant, and enter book three where the story moves onto Kant almost in its entirety.
One would have expected a little slowing down in the story by now, but no, in fact the story starts going more, especially towards the last quarter of this book.
More characters are added to the cast, more ingredients are stirred to the mix, more clues are added to the puzzle, but still very little is being revealed as to what is really going on. And it works really well, you just want more of it.
And so wanting more i dive straight into the fourth and final book, where, hopefully, all will be revealed and we will find all the answers to this puzzle.