Joseph R. Lallo is the author of the Book of Deacon series, Bypass Gemini, and Unstable Prototypes. He holds a master's degree in computer engineering from NJIT and works as a computer engineer and developer. He is also co-owner of BrainLazy.com. Joseph lives in Bayonne, New Jersey. A native New Englander, Karyn O'Bryant is a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and also has a degree in English literature. She combines these two disciplines in her audiobook narration, where she gets to play with her many voices and dialects. Among her audiobooks are The Mote in Andrea's Eye by David Niall Wilson, The Map of Lost Memories by Kim Fay, and Desire by Amy Wallace. Karyn has several television appearances to her credit, as well as over twenty-five years of experience in stage productions in New England, Germany, and Los Angeles, where she currently resides.
The Battle of Verril: The Book of Deaconby Joseph Lallo
In this, the finale of the Book of Deacon Trilogy, Myranda and the Chosen face their greatest challenges yet. Time is running out, and the Generals are growing desperate. Through victory and defeat, reunion and betrayal, neither the heroes nor their foes will rest until they have seen their task through to the end. The only question is, will it be the end of a war, or… See more details below
In this, the finale of the Book of Deacon Trilogy, Myranda and the Chosen face their greatest challenges yet. Time is running out, and the Generals are growing desperate. Through victory and defeat, reunion and betrayal, neither the heroes nor their foes will rest until they have seen their task through to the end. The only question is, will it be the end of a war, or the end of times?
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the first two books of this trilogy were great. this finale falls completely on its face. i think the problem is that myranda carries the story. even though there are other very good characters, she is the one you really care about. when she 'leaves' towards the end of the second volume, the story carries on fill into the third volume. when she 'returns', for some reason she has become just another character along on a standard plot-line. even though there are good characters that have developed within the story-line, with interactions and relationships growing and changing, somehow it is all flat. myranda is needed to spark it up and keep the reader on her/his toes. the plot needs problems or situations that keep one guessing. the first two volumes were rife with this. full of surprises, twists, and interactions -- plus a wonderful character in myranda. it is all the more disappointing when such a wonderful start just peters out. :-(
I have read and absolutely LOVED all books in this trilogy!! The author is very flowing and detailed which I loved!!! I definitately recommend these books to anyone seeking a great read!!