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Publisher's Summary

Kaiden Jericho is taking another test.

This time it's with his friends, but something is amiss.

Not everything is at it seems, and no one has found Gin Sonny...yet.

Gin must test himself against any and all who beat him. He needs a new device to track down and help destroy one of the victims who got away.

Will anyone realize that Gin hasn't left Earth? Will Kaiden understand what is different about this test he is undergoing?

This time, the "test" has real-world consequences.

You don't become the best of the best by staying alive. In the Animus, you are closer to perfection with each death you suffer.

Kaiden Jericho would rather skip the death part, thank you very much.

Includes special note from co-author Michael Anderle.

©2019 Joshua Anderle and Michael Anderle (P)2020 Podium Publishing

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Why would you publish this?

I’m having a major beef with how incomplete these books are becoming. These last two in particular have shown that the books simply stop and don’t complete a full story. The author has fallen in literary love with his villain and has taken our focus off the main character to tell us more about a villain whom had no backstory, little care for anything and no real drivers besides revenge for not killing the mc. These short stories should’ve been a spin off and the books should focus on the mc that brought you to this point. Expanding on our mcs teammates and their backstories would’ve been a better us e of the authors time. I will strongly consider not getting the next book if it’s this short.

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Good usually

I liked the book and the characters interactions. The issue is that in certain chapters they literally copied entire scenes from book 4 same wording same jokes. identical. I actually had to check if I accidentally started the fourth book. Other than that chapter it was really good

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too short

i relly like the series but this book was way to short and the story that was there was good but felt rushed and there was a lot more that could have gone in to this one left me felling like it was not really worth wating for and defnitly questining if it was worth buying it

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Good but too short.

I like the series still but they're getting shorter and shorter and the price doesn't change. They need to be either 33% longer or 33% cheaper.

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needed more....and less

too short. and to much following sunny. the first full chapter of sunny was fine, like a get to know him. but after that it was just beating your face into "here is my bad guy love him". even then why put him in the smack middle of the action with Mc.

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im hooked

its a great story its just i felt like this and the last book could've been one book. it like these books are getting shorter and shorter.

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Never hire a crazy serial killer

So by this point anyone reading this has either read the other books well listened in this case. Or is being really thorough in their research. As usual this book is good but I do have one caveat. It might be me but in several spots in the book I heard sentences and maybe a whole paragraph of text that seemed pulled from the previous books. It threw me when I got to them as it pulled my mind from this story to the previous ones. The reason I don't dock points for that is because I'm not sure if it's really there or my brain is acting up. In any case I enjoyed this book and am starting on the next one immediately.

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well Damn!!!

I have a better look at Jin sunny now... I can't wait to see how this plays out.

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crap antagonist.

I know that the father really likes the antagonist but I can't stand a character. If I could I would skip over all the parts that exempt but these enter goal for the story so I have to read it as for the epilogue. I listen to the first two chapters this is the last one and I don't like him anymore then when he was first introduced in the last book.

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part 2 of...2? 3?

this book isn't really its own book in the series, more like it's the other part of the last book.
not as messed up as the last book but still some plot holes. A little irritating that some of the situations and sentences are exact replicas of what was in the last book. Furthers my belief these were originally one book but the authors broke it in two due to laziness or...I don't know what. This whole book felt like filler and plot holes.
if the next book continues on this downward slope, will probably abandon the series. This series has so much potential but it's currently being squandered