written by: Robert J. Crane
published: August 1, 2013
Far from home, having failed in her quest to kill Old Man Winter, Sienna Nealon finds herself in the city of London, working with Omega, her oldest enemies. Surrounded by people she doesn't trust, thrust into events that could mean the extinction of the metahuman race, Sienna will discover that the line between friend and foe is thinner than she ever could have believed - and that her greatest enemies may lie within
Enemies by Robert J. Crane
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Thank you Robert Crane!
Crane once again writes a great story! My favorite was delving more into Mythology in this installment. Having more interaction with the "old" Gods was a good touch.
I also really enjoyed getting to know Janus and I really hope he gets through his injury. For a few books now, we've thought there were clear lines of whose good and whose bad. The dictoriate being the good guys and Omega bad. Crane did an excellent job messing with our heads in this book. Nothing is a clear line anymore, it's more who is the lesser evil. I'm a fan of the group of Omega survivors so far and am excited to learn more about them.
Now on too the next book for me. Great job Robert, thank you for writing this series!
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