Amanda Obermann, Code Name Iris, hasn’t had the easiest life. Her father, a corrupt government agent, died when she was a baby, and she was raised by her mentally unstable mother. She’s also a member of Annum Guard, a secret government organization that travels through time to alter the course of history. But on her last mission, Amanda made a horrible mistake. She traveleAmanda Obermann, Code Name Iris, hasn’t had the easiest life. Her father, a corrupt government agent, died when she was a baby, and she was raised by her mentally unstable mother. She’s also a member of Annum Guard, a secret government organization that travels through time to alter the course of history. But on her last mission, Amanda made a horrible mistake. She traveled to the past and accidentally caused the death of her boyfriend Abe’s grandfather—completely erasing Abe from existence and launching herself into a parallel universe where her father is very much alive. Desperate to set things right, Amanda is forced to go on the defensive. She must play a dangerous cat-and-mouse game with her own father as she navigates an unfamiliar Annum Guard in order to save Abe. But the further in she gets, the more she realizes that nothing is as it seems. Her father isn’t quite the monster she’d always assumed. Her mother is stable, healthy, and loving. She has real, genuine friends. Before she knows it, Amanda finds herself in an impossible predicament—stay and live the life she's always wanted, or return to her own timeline to give Abe the life he deserves? In this gripping conclusion to the Annum Guard series, playing with time can have deadly consequences. ...
|Title||:||PARALLEL (Annum Guard Book 3)|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||200 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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PARALLEL (Annum Guard Book 3) Reviews
This was a hard book to compare to the others in the series. For one thing, it has none of the core characters other than Iris, because everyone else is from the parallel universe. The pacing is weird, too, or maybe it's just because it wasn't holding my interest and I kept forgetting to read it so the first 2/3 dragged and then I got stubborn and decided to hurry up and finish it. I think, even without that, it would have still been a long slow build and then a too-quick end. It's just a strange book. I enjoyed it, but I'm not sure it holds up as a finale to the series.
Really loved how this was wrapped up. Full review to come.
Love the Annum Guard series!!! Reading this book was bitter sweet for me, because I'm pretty sure this is the last book in the series!!