Publish date: August 28th 2012
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Series: Sirantha Jax (#6)
This was a satisfying end to the Sirantha Jax series. I did, initially, have a harder time getting into it. It was easy to put down and pick back up. Endgame didn't have the faster pace of some if the previous books. This one takes place over several years. But once it got going, it was hard to put ...
What happened to this series?I remember reading Grimspace and being completely entranced - entranced by the universe, the action, the writing, and most importantly, the characters. So, it pains me to see the series fall so far, but I don't necessarily hold it against Aguirre. She probably got burned...
I'm really going to miss Jax, but at the same time, I'm glad this is the end. It wasn't a perfect ending, but they all still have their lives ahead of them. I'm also really glad that La’heng is free now. It wasn't a pretty thing, although I really liked Jax playing a La’heng even if it is odd to see...
2.5 starsIn Aftermath we were faced with a Jax that is over-thinking and quite frankly dull, especially compared to the snarky and thrill-seeking Jax we have in the first few books. I guessed that Endgame would be more of the dull Jax, and unfortunately that is what we get. In addition to the same J...
I'm so sad this series has ended. The author said the she's not done with this universe so I'm hoping this isn't the end of Sirantha and March. :(
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