Ouroboros (Antipodes III) by T.S. Simons – Review by Ashley Dover

Ouroboros (Antipodes #3)Ouroboros by T.S. Simons
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Seeking a way to get over the loss of his second love, Mackenzie Campbell is on a journey again. This time by sea he travels to overcome his loss and then to Edinburgh to find information on Laetitia’s family for when Louis, his son, gets older. Along the way, Freya, Cam’s first wife, joins him.
Traveling to Clava, they discover that this community has so much more technology than either the communities of August and Lewis. Fascinated, they return home to Lewis.

Then Di, Sorcha’s partner, becomes sick during her pregnancy. Tests reveal that she has cancer and will need treatment in Clava. Isla, one of the people that were part of the Australian testing sites, arrives just before they leave and provides them with some super-sensitive information about the communities.

What was the real reason that people were tested and chosen for these sites during the Pandemic? Can these problems be solved so that their communities can live in peace?

What a thrilling final book in the Antipodes series!! T.S. Simons astounds me with her creative ability to write such an outstanding series. I’m truly sad that this is the last book.

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