And so we finally come to the end of this rather enjoyable series.
It’s been pretty much full gas all the way and all the way through you really don’t get much of an idea who is on whose side and what their actual agendas really are until they suddenly reveal themselves and off we go again in a completely new direction. It’s certainly been an interesting roller coaster ride.
And what a lovely ending, Seth isn’t afraid to kill lots of people that we like along with the ones we don’t: which we always like, don’t we?
I’m certainly looking forward to reading more from Seth in the future. 10 out of 10.
We begin immediately after the events of Messiah Online with Cardinal, having declared the UK an android state, telling all humans to leave the country or die.
Our protagonists, Blake (The Postman) and Lola, are determined to stop him, but how? Has Cardinal become too powerful?
Once again, super good stuff and it’ll keep you reading until the end and, like me, you’ll go jumping straight into the last book in the tetralogy, Private Universe.
And so we continue where we left of with Spectrum Worlds, the pacing doesn’t slow down at all and The Postman still has no idea who to trust and, even as a reader with my god like view of things, i still have no idea who is being honest and what their real agendas are in these books: which is what makes them so good. Eventually things will come out in the wash and we’ll find out who is really pulling whose strings.
If you enjoyed the first book, you’ll enjoy this just as much.
But, between this and the last book in the series, there’s the penultimate book, Android State, which begins with all humans being told that they’ve got about 3 weeks to all get out of the United Kingdom or they’ll be killed on sight: should be fun.
The first book in The Cyberpunk Uploads series.
Having just been put through the ultimate in tedious and pointless interruptions to story flow and action scenes when i read The Heartstrikers series, to sit and read this book was an absolute pleasure. Yes folks, if you really like a high paced, non-stop, story line then this just might be what you’re looking for.
On top of the fast flowing story it’s also a rather good story. We essentially have a battle royale going between three groups: androids who hate humans and want to eradicate and/or enslave them, humans who want to do the same to androids, and then there’s the odd-ball androids and humans out in left field who think we can all live peacefully and happily together ever after. Centre it all in the London of the future, known as Lundun, and shove our main protagonist, The Postman, right in the middle of all this is.
The most astute reader will get to realise by the end of the book that there really isn’t anyone The Postman can trust, android or human, everyone seems to have agendas and secrets and i’m really looking forward to learning more in the next book, Messiah Online, which i dove straight into without any hesitation.