Tuesday, April 4, 2023

Tuesday Book Review


Four-star review of Cosega Sphere (The Cosega Sequence Book 4) by Brandt Legg

Seven years after the end of the previous book in this series, Rip Gaines and Gale Asher are hiding out in Fiji with their six-year-old daughter, and still trying to answer their questions about the Eysen, the sphere found in a Virginia dig. It seemed like every agency of the US government was looking for them but so was the Foundation, which had their own sphere and a team working on it. The Foundation had their own initiative they wanted to use to prevent the future the spheres predicted. Rip was actually working on Hawaii, until Hooker decided he should go someplace more secure, an island invisible to radar and the naked eye using Cosegan tech. Before Gale could leave Fiji to join him, their daughter was hurt in a playground incident that sent her to the hospital with damaged eyes. As usual, the story has a lot of action, but the glimpses into the FBI, CIA and other agency’s actions detracts rather than adds to the tension.  

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