October 7, 2020 1 min to read
Audiobook Review: Dark Matter by Liesel K. Hill
Three days until the lunar eclipse. Three days to save humanity. Three days to the war for freedom.
An eclipse should be a wondrous event. Not the end of freedom for humanity. For Maggie, they’re one and the same. In only a few days, the collectives will coalesce, and the forced assimilation of humanity will begin. Maggie and the team need to find a way to stop it, but they don’t know where to start.
While Maggie fights for knowledge, the rest of the team faces challenges of their own. Loyalties will be tested, obscure memories will break through, and betrayal may kill the only chance they have to remain free. They must stop the collectives, or stop making free decisions. Forever.
Don’t miss this pulse-pounding epic third installment in the Interchron saga.
“This one was so full of twists and turns that you kept reading as you wanted to know what was happening around the next corner. It was amazing. I loved the book, and did not want to stop – I actually fell asleep while reading I wanted to keep going so much.”–Michelle S., Amazon reviewer
Title: Dark Matter
Author: Liesel K. Hill
Narrator: Robin Wasser
Genre: Sci-Fi, Dystopian with a hint of romance
Part of a Series: Book 3 of the Interchron series
Steam Level: Clean, some kissing
Dark Matter was a wild ride! I definitely did not see how it would play out and didn’t realize that this would not be the last book in this series. In fact, Dark Matter feels more like a cliffhanger than either of the previous two books in this series. Like the first two books, Dark Matter is full of action, adventure, love, loss, twists and turns. Unexpected alliances, unexpected betrayals and everything in between. I didn’t want to stop listening until the very end.
I received this audiobook for free from StoryOrigin. This is my honest and voluntary review.
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