Home, But At What Cost?

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Dark Titan 3

Nathan Owens and his ragtag group of children continue their hazardous trip across the US trying desperately to get to Nathan’s Idaho redoubt. As they come across others with the same determination to survive without giving in to the control of the government they glean disturbing information regarding the state of the nation. Their only hope is that patriots will be able to destroy the oppressors and take back the country under the doctrine of the Constitution.

Watson’s third novel in the Dark Titan Journey series, Finally Home, takes Nathan and his group through some of the harsher areas of the country both geographically and politically. Evading capture or death has become their norm and keeps the group constantly stressed. As the title suggests they do make it to Nathan’s camp but not before facing some of the worst situations yet. Not everyone will come out unscathed.

Again, Watson brings out my emotions. I genuinely felt their terror. He had my heart in my throat and almost had me in tears.

I’m not sure what it is lately about books later in series. But, the proofreading is sorely lacking. There are way too many typos for this to have been published. And, while I truly loved this book and the entire series I cannot give it 5 stars because of the need of editing.

4 out of 5 stars.

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