The Three Saints
After 100,000 years journeying across space after escaping Earth, life resumes for the Colonists of the Ark on the Monsalle Station. Life, however, never stopped for the people of the Phoenix Clan, back on Earth. With the Ice Age over, two civilizations, separated by light years and millennia rebuild what's left of humanity.
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Okay, while this is partly based on how well this book is doing so far, it is also largely based on the first book in this series. I may update in the future(~chapter 20-30) with a more detailed analysis of what I think, but so far as you can tell with just eight chapters(nine with the prologue) and 150 pages, this is turning out to be a rather excellent book.
Although the story is only on its infancy, I am very excited to follow this story.
After Binging “Leaving Earth”. I was expecting to be left to wonder what happends when they arrive.
You make my cry in joy knowing that you will satiate my hunger.
[The score comes from reading the previous novel as this review is written early on the novel]
Chapter of review: Chapter 1: Networked Politics
This the second book I've read by the Author. This story is amazing, Humans and Roaches and AIs a 100,000 years from now. The story of the new colony and Earth make you wonder how we will evovle in a 100,000 years. The style is great with it transitioning between the Colony and Earth with all the different characters and their own stories to tell. Like the first book it grabs you and won't let go.
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Havent even read the first chapter yet but I feel confident giving a good review ahead of time after the last book. Ive read hundreds of books on this site and few authors seem as professional as this. Most have cliche stories, issues with grammar and spelling or just a bad story but Warfox's previous story leading to this one has none of those issues and I hold high hopes for the future of this story as well.