This book had a lot of potential but falls short. The author, Simon Hawke, reuses several scenarios from the previous volumes in this trilogy. This makes it seem as if he did not plan out the book very well and just needed something to bring the characters to the next step of the story. There was a lot of good build up to the climax of the trilogy but then the reader is let down by the anti-climatic end. The end was a big let down and felt like the writer was just trying to finish the trilogy because they grew tired of writing it.