Final Evolution

Final Evolution

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by Jeff Somers
     
 

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The world is dying. With avatars replacing humans and the birth rate non-existent, the human race is almost extinct. In the end, it comes down to Canny Orel; Avery's long sought after nemesis — transformed now into something other than human.

Orel might hold the secret to humanity's salvation, if he can be convinced — or forced — to relinquish it.

Overview

The world is dying. With avatars replacing humans and the birth rate non-existent, the human race is almost extinct. In the end, it comes down to Canny Orel; Avery's long sought after nemesis — transformed now into something other than human.

Orel might hold the secret to humanity's salvation, if he can be convinced — or forced — to relinquish it. And when Cates chances on a way to trick his old master, he suddenly has a choice to make: get his long-delayed revenge, or save the world.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781841499437
Publisher:
Orbit
Publication date:
06/28/2011

Meet the Author

Jeff Somers was born in Jersey City, New Jersey. After graduating college he wandered aimlessly for a while, but the peculiar siren call of New Jersey brought him back to his homeland. In 1995 Jeff began publishing his own magazine, The Inner Swine (www.innerswine.com). Find out more about the author at www.jeffreysomers.com

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The Final Evolution 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
nataschajaffa More than 1 year ago
I have to admit within a few pages of starting this book I realized there were several books in this series I should have read first. Then again, Somers didn’t make it difficult to follow along. By sprinkling bits and pieces of backstory and previous relationships throughout the book, I was able to follow along pretty well. At first Avery Cates rubbed me the wrong way. His anger and cynicism brought me down, but after experiencing the guilt he carries around with him and realizing I hadn’t read the first four book in the series, I started warming up. He cared about the people around him, even for just a few seconds in some instances, and that always makes a great hero. The setting Somers describes is easily one of the best I’ve read in a long time and I was able to learn a lot from a single book concerning thrillers. I’ll be going back to start at the beginning of the series.
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This is another in the Avery Cates series. I really enjoyed the story. But the writing style of Jeff Somers is as entertaining as the story. I think Somers could write a phone book and make it entertaining. Buy anything and everything Somers writes.
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First!--great book
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