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The Liminal Space (Antipodes 2) by T.S. Simons – Review by Melissa Collins

The Liminal Space (Antipodes #2)The Liminal Space by T.S. Simons
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Great continuation of the series. Again a lot going on and more dimension to the main character from his growth since the last book.

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Caim (Antipodes 4) by T.S. Simons – Review by Melissa Collins

Caim (Antipodes #4)Caim by T.S. Simons
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I have enjoyed the series so far and I thought Cam would get his peaceful ending. I do not think this is the end of the series but we will see.

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Antipodes by T.S. Simons – Review by Melissa Collins

Antipodes (Antipodes, #1)Antipodes by T.S. Simons
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book reminded me so much of a Nora Roberts book that was published a few years ago but without the magic. It is a very busy book and many layers, but this gives the book so much dimension. I love the main character Cam, can not wait to read the rest of the series.

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Caim (Antipodes 4) by T.S. Simons – Review by Carly Vogler

Caim (Antipodes #4)Caim by T.S. Simons
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Caim, by T.S. Simons, is the fourth book in the Antipodes series. This is a dystopian series that must be read in order, to really get the most out of the series.

Cam and Freyja should be living their best life at this point, but unfortunately that is not the case. Just when things seem to be working in the right direction, acquaintances bring terrible news that sends our favorite couple off on another adventure, but with a bit of help. Will the old faces be of any help, or just a set back and a trap? When will the full truth come out about the communities? Will things ever calm down?
A thrilling read and great series!

Review by Carly Vogler

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Caim (Antipodes 4) by T.S. Simons – Review by Netania Lim

Caim (Antipodes #4)Caim by T.S. Simons
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I’ve enjoyed all the books in the Antipodes series so far. Caim probably has the most moral dilemmas of them all which make for a more challenging but nevertheless still enjoyable read. I was a bit confused at the start as this book is written from Freyja’s point of view rather than Cam’s but it was great to be able to get into her headspace because the plot is based on her character. Visitors come to Lewis where Freyja and Cam live, and bring horrifying information about a forced breeding program being implemented. In that sense, the utopia of previous novels quickly falls into a dystopia, in the same vein as other novels in the feminist dystopian genre that question whether the end justifies the means. It was also interesting to see how the community has attempted to become a more socially conscious/non-offensive society but perhaps humans are still sometimes not good people. This novel gets dark and probably needs some trigger warnings. Although the story centres on Freyja, I did enjoy getting to know more about some of the other characters in the book we’ve seen before but not gotten to know. Overall, a gripping read.

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Caim (Antipodes 4) by T.S. Simons – Review by Jonell Collins

Caim (Antipodes #4)Caim by T.S. Simons
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Just finished Caim (Antipodes 4) by T.S. Simons. Another excellent read in this series. This series has become one of my all-time favorites. The world built by T.S. Simons is intriguing and the characters are rich and full of individuality. Sustainability has long been one of my pet projects, (I am an old hippie after all) and I live as close as I possibly can to that standard. Stewardship is high on my list. Of course, all the people in these novels are brilliant so its no wonder the book is full of introspection. As I neared the end of the story, I was a little perplexed by one issue that I felt the author did not resolve to my satisfaction. Then surprise, surprise she did. I am looking forward to the next book, I hope to see Ceri again. I am a little worried about her. You can’t lose with this read. This book could stand alone if you choose to read it that way, but you would be robbing yourself of a treasure. Read the first three in this series you will be so glad you did.

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Caim (Antipodes 4) by T.S. Simons – Review by Betsy Melano

Caim (Antipodes #4)Caim by T.S. Simons
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Caim (Antipodes Book 4) by T.S. Simons continues the dystopian tale of what might happen after a pandemic that takes over the world and how the world tries to keep as many people safe as possible. It will really help if you read the books in order so you understand what Cam and the other characters went through, how some people tried to make sure humans survive and thrive, but at the same time things just seem off. In this book, Cam and Freyja have found a location with other like minded families to live as peaceful a life as possible. One night, this all changed when some old acquaintances show up bringing news that causes pushes Freyja an Cam to leave and search for answers. What will they find and will they survive? The more I read this series, the better the books get.

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Caim (Antipodes 4) by T.S. Simons – Review by Lorralei Hoerner

Caim (Antipodes Book 4)Caim by T.S. Simons
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I continued to be blown away by this series from Author T.S. Simons. This dystopia series is one of my favorites by far! Told in Freya’s POV, the story picks up on Cam and Freya as they continue to reconnect their love for each other and life within the community. Old acquaintances re-emerge with some news. The question is are you willing to truly takes risks for the the ones you love? This book is so hard to put down and I HIGHLY recommend it. Start with book 1..the beginning as you truly do not want to miss anything. This story gets better and better with every book ……..and so looking forward to book 5. Well Done Author T.S. Simons, Well Done!!!!!!!!!!!

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Caim (Antipodes 4) by T.S. Simons – Review by Dani Dando

Caim (Antipodes #4)Caim by T.S. Simons
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Like all the other books in this series, I thoroughly enjoyed this read. Simons does not disappoint, and I honestly feel like her writing has only improved with each installment. We are dropped back with Cam and Freyja enjoying a happy life back on Lewis, finding peace and happiness with the isolated community. But this peace is not to last when news from old acquaintances, sends them from the confines of Lewis and in search of the truth as to why they were chosen and the secrets behind the community they call home.
Such an awesome series, highly recommend this.

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Caim (Antipodes 4) by T.S. Simons – Review by Opal Nelson

Caim (Antipodes #4)Caim by T.S. Simons
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Caim! The novel that just keeps on giving!! If you have yet to read this novel- this is your sign to go right ahead!! The book encompasses relatable characters that will grow on you, unpredictable plot twists, joy, heartache, and love that transcends off the pages. The character development of Freyja and Cam only evolves with each novel. Lover of dystopian novels? I dare you to give Caim a read 😉.

T.S Simons thank you for your intriguing imagination and the gift of weaving a good tale.

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