The Savior’s Game (The Daniel Byrne Trilogy) by Sean Chercover


Reviewed by Jud Hanson

The Savior's GameDaniel Byrne has left both the Vatican and the Foundation to fight the Council for Peace on his own. The plague they have spread robbed him of his uncle and nearly killed the love of his life. Now he is showing symptoms himself. He now has visions of a world outside of, yet connected to, our own. The Foundation has plans to upend society and take it over, using the AIT plague they now possess. In order to stop them, Daniel must learn to harness the new powers this other-worldly place gives him.

The Savior’s Game by Sean Chercover, is the concluding volume of the Daniel Byrne trilogy. While Chercover did a great job with the first two books, the third book isn’t as good. I found the plot to be somewhat rambling and disconnected from the previous books. It was almost like the author tried to take the story in a completely new direction while forgetting he was writing a trilogy. There are large portions of the book that seem to have no connection to the primary story line of the trilogy. Honestly, this book was a disappointment, which is why I can only give it 2/5 stars.

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