Ouroboros (Antipodes III) by T.S. Simons – Review by Francis O’Sullivan

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

Ouroboros is the third book in T.S. Simons’ Antipodes series. I would really recommend reading this exciting dystopian sci-fi series in order to get the full story and feel the impact of the various developments and twists as they happen.
Following on from the events of the previous book, Cam is hurting and seeking answers. Never one to stay still for very long, he travels between the dispersed communities of survivors to have some conversations – sharing ideas and hoping to find resolution. It gets pretty emotional at times – may be worth having a box of tissues handy!
This is a great series for a modern audience, drawing on fears of the possibility of a disease spreading around the world and threatening all life. It questions what constitutes an ideal society, with survivor communities built around values such as sustainability.
For me, this is a five-star book and I’m eagerly anticipating the fourth instalment! I would recommend to Young/New Adult readers who enjoy speculative dystopias. For me, one of the best things about the series is getting to “travel” around the world without worrying about restrictions and quarantines!

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