ReGeneration: Book Three of the Solarium-3 Trilogy

ReGeneration: Book Three of the Solarium-3 Trilogy

by John R. Spencer

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ISBN-13: 9780986372742
Publisher: DeerVale Publishing
Publication date: 03/20/2015
Pages: 446
Sales rank: 1,126,518
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.99(d)

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ReGeneration: Book Three of the Solarium-3 Trilogy 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Claudio1 More than 1 year ago
This third book of the trilogy is a "nail biter". The first two books have been depressing however, this last book has been full of hope and sorrow at the same time. The ending has been a positive experience but would like to read more from this author.
D_Donovan More than 1 year ago
ReGeneration is Book Three of the Solarium-3 trilogy, so be advised: familiarity with the prior books will lend a continuity and a satisfyingly well-rounded feel to this latest addition to the sci-fi series.   Solarium-3, the first book, documented a basic struggle to survive inside the only remaining habitat for humanity, Solarium-3. Haeven, Book Two, documents what happens when they are forced outside their protective haven to see what has become of the planet. ReGeneration continues the logical progression of events, where the survivors begin to explore their strange new world and their new place in it, and is a 'must' for any who have followed the prior adventures. In some ways, ReGeneration is both unexpected and predictable - and in the scheme of things, that's not such a bad thing. Its concepts juxtapose nicely with prior events, its images of this changed world are vividly portrayed, and its ongoing mysteries fuel a combination of adventure exploration and sci-fi, a survivalist tale that's firmly rooted in solid character development and consistent action.   But the hallmark of an exceptional read doesn't necessarily lie in logic and predictability: it lies in an ability to captivate readers with a 'you are there' feel; to make one care about the characters' experiences, and to inject elements of surprise into the story line that keep it fresh and vivid - and here, too, ReGeneration achieves its goals.   The result is every bit as engrossing as its predecessors - and that's what a good trilogy should offer: continuity along with more than a small dash of mystery and surprise. The Solarium survivors have much to learn to get things right. That process makes for a fine exploration not just of changed environment, but changed peoples.