I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The New World by Scott K. Andrews
Series: Timebomb Trilogy #3
Published by Hodder & Stoughton on July 27th 2017
Genres: Dystopia, Fantasy, Fiction, Science Fiction, Young Adult
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Kaz, Dora and Jana - three people from three different time periods, brought together by forces they don't understand, given powers they can barely comprehend.
Their powers have brought them together.
And nothing - not war, not betrayal, and not even death - has been able to tear them apart.
And now, after everything they've been through, they're about to find the bonds of their friendship tested in ways they could never have imagined.
This is the stunning, epic conclusion to the incredible story begun in TimeBomb and continued in Second Lives a story of friendship, of love, and of learning what it means to be extraordinary.
The New World was a such a great ending to a fantastic series. There are some many time paradoxes that it could have been hard to keep up with all the threads of the story. There are so many knots from the previous two books that I didn’t know how they were going to be untied. But I have been waiting for so long to find out the answers to some of the questions that I had from the previous novels.
Yet The New World manages to go into more details than ever before, and explains all the secrets from before. Here we find out more about Jana and her past and why she was initially running along the rooftop. The heart of the story is Jana, Quil and Dora, which does mean that Kaz plays a smaller role than before, but if you read there is a reason why the story takes this tale.
For me the ending was so good! It wrapped up the story so well, and it was so unexpected that I actually had to read the series all over again to see all the links. We also re-meet so many past versions of Jana, Quil, Kaz and Dora as the gang try to end the paradox that has been effecting their lives for the last five years (I think that this is the time span throughout the trilogy). And while the ending was so confusing, it does explain why the paradoxes are on a loop and explains some of the inconsistencies.
This is a an epic roller coaster of a ride that will pull you in until the end. If you are after a series that is tied up in a pretty bow and will have you hooked from the beginning then I promise that this is the series for you.