The Outer Dark

As treaties collapse and alliances crumble, Central is plunged into a state of war While the new Director, Rebecca Levy, struggles to control the situation with the help of Alice Gallow and a motley group of novice Auditors, the Anathema lurk in the Outer Dark, turning cartels and testing loyalties, armed with a World Tree and waiting for the right moment to invade CentraAs treaties collapse and alliances crumble, Central is plunged into a state of war While the new Director, Rebecca Levy, struggles to control the situation with the help of Alice Gallow and a motley group of novice Auditors, the Anathema lurk in the Outer Dark, turning cartels and testing loyalties, armed with a World Tree and waiting for the right moment to invade Central The rivalry between the North Cartel and the Thule Cartel threatens to boil over into open conflict, dragging the rest of the Hegemony into chaos As Anastasia Martynova reaches her debut and adulthood, tensions with her father over control of the Black Sun threaten to pit father against daughter for the fate of the cartel And, from an overlooked club room at the Academy, the Rescue Alex from the Outer Dark Club embarks on its daring mission The Outer Dark is the fourth of five novels in the Central Series.
The Outer Dark As treaties collapse and alliances crumble Central is plunged into a state of war While the new Director Rebecca Levy struggles to control the situation with the help of Alice Gallow and a motley g

  • Title: The Outer Dark
  • Author: Zachary Rawlins
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 355
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “The Outer Dark”

    1. 2 steps forward one step backThe prosSome big questions are answered the editing is much better than the first bookThe consI don't really care about any of these people I honestly hope they all dieCliffhanger endingFinal thoughts It's really more of the same. The whole plot is complex to the point of absurdity. The bad guys are either impossible to kill or for some reason no one kills them. Even though a bullet to the skull of about 3 people would drastically improve the odds for other groups wh [...]

    2. Decent continuation.I liked the book, but it left way too many unanswered questions. The plot was kinda jumpy, but most of it was well written and flowed well. The main issues I had was that I kind of expected more resolution in this book.

    3. Satisfyingly intricateThough I do wish that one or two of the more persistent and vile characters would finally die. Could (as the author is undoubtedly aware) benefit from a professional copy editBUT those trivialities aside, it's a terrific read. I find it extremely odd that the series hasn't been picked up by a major publishing company. It's MUCH, much better than many wildly popular series that share the basic genre if not the essential cleverness. I also find myself, on the one hand, very f [...]

    4. Left me wanting more Zachary Rawlings has an inventive imagination. The world building is intricate and evolving, even though it feels somewhat incomplete. The characters are interesting and have evolved during the series, but none of them are very likable. Still, I enjoy reading this series. This book seemed to close one story arc and left enough questions unanswered that I want the next one.

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