There are a lot of elements in this third book in the Percipience series that come together in a unique manner. The read will definitely stir the analytical though processes and set into motion some deeper inner thoughts. I’m still not thrilled with the format used in the book and I still feel the series could use a good editor. It’s not enough to ruin the read and is more than likely not going to bother a good portion of the readers. The characters are thought out and presented as individuals although I feel they could use a bit more fleshing out. This could be due to a bit of a lean towards telling instead of showing which does need some work through the series. Still, overall this is an intriguing read and one I can recommend to those who enjoy a good science fiction book. I received an ARC through the author in exchange for an honest review. This in no way influenced my opinion.