I very much enjoyed Pandemic by Scott Sigler. It was a great conclusion to a great trilogy.
First of all the book roped me in straight from the beginning. I found myself instantly wondering, and concerned, about Margaret and Clarence's marriage. The dialogue here was so real. It felt like you were standing in their family room, watching their marriage implode. Ugh. Too real.
From there, the action gets started right away. We are introduced to new characters, Steve, his uncle, Cooper and Jeff. Cooper and Jeff seem like friends we all new in college. Immediately likable.
Once again, Scott Sigler reels us in with his character development.
From here a lot of stuff happens. I won't go too into the details, I don't want to spoil it, but the shit hits the fan, and fast. Characters are put into predicaments that nobody would want to find themselves in. Yet, the characters act in ways that we would see ourselves act. That is much appreciated as a reader. You don't want to lose the ability to suspend belief, or start to laugh at the implausibility of the characters.
Once I finished the novel, I have to say, I was satisfied. I was satisfied with the way the trilogy end and the way the final book finished. Well done, Scott Sigler. That's hard to do.
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