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Daniel Byrne is haunted by the future. Literally.It happened to his uncle. It happened to the woman he loves. And now it’s happening to him.It started as a voice only he could hear. Then he found himself visiting another world. A world both familiar and strange. A world inextricably linked to our own.And the things he sees there, come true…here. It’s a power others are wil Daniel Byrne is haunted by the future. Literally.It happened to his uncle. It happened to the woman he loves. And now it’s happening to him.It started as a voice only he could hear. Then he found himself visiting another world. A world both familiar and strange. A world inextricably linked to our own.And the things he sees there, come true…here. It’s a power others are willing to kill for.There’s no one Daniel can trust. Nowhere to hide. Chased across the globe by mysterious assassins, he struggles to decipher the visions plaguing him. Visions of miracles and massacres, conspiracy and catastrophe. And behind it all, a powerful adversary the likes of which we’ve never seen before.One thing that’s clear: the universe is warning him of a cataclysmic change, an event that is either a bloody Armageddon or a shining new beginning. Daniel thinks he can see the answer—and maybe even change the outcome, before it’s too late.But there’s a fine line between messiah and madman.


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Daniel Byrne is haunted by the future. Literally.It happened to his uncle. It happened to the woman he loves. And now it’s happening to him.It started as a voice only he could hear. Then he found himself visiting another world. A world both familiar and strange. A world inextricably linked to our own.And the things he sees there, come true…here. It’s a power others are wil Daniel Byrne is haunted by the future. Literally.It happened to his uncle. It happened to the woman he loves. And now it’s happening to him.It started as a voice only he could hear. Then he found himself visiting another world. A world both familiar and strange. A world inextricably linked to our own.And the things he sees there, come true…here. It’s a power others are willing to kill for.There’s no one Daniel can trust. Nowhere to hide. Chased across the globe by mysterious assassins, he struggles to decipher the visions plaguing him. Visions of miracles and massacres, conspiracy and catastrophe. And behind it all, a powerful adversary the likes of which we’ve never seen before.One thing that’s clear: the universe is warning him of a cataclysmic change, an event that is either a bloody Armageddon or a shining new beginning. Daniel thinks he can see the answer—and maybe even change the outcome, before it’s too late.But there’s a fine line between messiah and madman.

30 review for The Savior's Game

  1. 4 out of 5

    Rose

    I did NOT see that coming. I don’t mean some weird twist...well actually I do mean exactly that. This went from being a series about a man who worked for the church debunking claims of miracles, to a type of spy with a secret organization to...this. Some weird, inter dimensional science fiction. I usually really like that kind of thing, and I didn’t dislike it, but I was totally unprepared for it at the end of an otherwise normal thriller series. I was caught offguard to say the least. I wasn’t I did NOT see that coming. I don’t mean some weird twist...well actually I do mean exactly that. This went from being a series about a man who worked for the church debunking claims of miracles, to a type of spy with a secret organization to...this. Some weird, inter dimensional science fiction. I usually really like that kind of thing, and I didn’t dislike it, but I was totally unprepared for it at the end of an otherwise normal thriller series. I was caught offguard to say the least. I wasn’t even sure what to rate it because I still don’t really know how I feel about it.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Stephen

    A disappointing end to Sean Chercover's Daniel Byrne trilogy. I thoroughly enjoyed the first book, but each book has been a step down. Gone are the strong characters and moral complexities of The Trinity Game. Gone are the global conspiracies and globe-trotting adventures of The Devil's Game. Now, Daniel Byrne finds himself in a mystical land where everyone has super powers and thinks that life on Earth is just a dream. There is a lot of metaphysical double-speak and exposition to set up what pe A disappointing end to Sean Chercover's Daniel Byrne trilogy. I thoroughly enjoyed the first book, but each book has been a step down. Gone are the strong characters and moral complexities of The Trinity Game. Gone are the global conspiracies and globe-trotting adventures of The Devil's Game. Now, Daniel Byrne finds himself in a mystical land where everyone has super powers and thinks that life on Earth is just a dream. There is a lot of metaphysical double-speak and exposition to set up what people know and an do in the world, called "Source", but then Daniel barely does anything in that land. Also returning is the repetition of the verse from James that "faith without works is dead". Chercover doesn't push the false doctrine of works righteousness like he does in the first book, but it's a prime example of the muddle that is character motivations in this book. Byrne easily rejected the priesthood in the first book and doesn't believe in God in this book, so why would he repeat this scripture verse over and over? He has no faith, nor is he searching for one, so it makes no sense. Also, there is a heel turn by one of the characters from earlier in the series that serves no purpose except to put obstacle in his way that Byrne easily overcomes and create a race-against-the clock climax. Chercover is a talented writer who can create complex characters and strong plots, but The Savior's Game is a complete misfire.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Amy Gennaro

    A fitting conclusion to this intriguing series. This series might be a little farther out there than some readers are willing to go, but I enjoyed the conclusion the story. Daniel Byrne turns from an investigator to an actual subject of the phenomenon called AIT. Autonomous Information Transfer (translate---hearing voices). He can now see events in the future and has even learned how to "cross over". It is a very creative series and I enjoyed it. A fitting conclusion to this intriguing series. This series might be a little farther out there than some readers are willing to go, but I enjoyed the conclusion the story. Daniel Byrne turns from an investigator to an actual subject of the phenomenon called AIT. Autonomous Information Transfer (translate---hearing voices). He can now see events in the future and has even learned how to "cross over". It is a very creative series and I enjoyed it.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Mark

    I am a huge Sean Chercover fan. I rated his first four books 5 stars. Big City Bad Blood and Trigger City are exceptional Private Eye novels. Then, in the first installment of Chercover's Daniel Byrne Trilogy, The Trinity Game puts its hooks into you and pulls you into Daniel's life as he copes with mayhem and personal struggles. There is mystery, suspense, intrigue, conspiracy, chases, voodoo, mercenaries, and priests. It's a mashup that is truly a joy to read. The Devil's Game follows, and tak I am a huge Sean Chercover fan. I rated his first four books 5 stars. Big City Bad Blood and Trigger City are exceptional Private Eye novels. Then, in the first installment of Chercover's Daniel Byrne Trilogy, The Trinity Game puts its hooks into you and pulls you into Daniel's life as he copes with mayhem and personal struggles. There is mystery, suspense, intrigue, conspiracy, chases, voodoo, mercenaries, and priests. It's a mashup that is truly a joy to read. The Devil's Game follows, and takes Daniel deeper into investigating the mystery at the heart of The Trinity Game. This is an intense thriller, but it's more than that. We come to know Daniel better, and we make friends and enemies of the cast that crosses over from the first book to the next. The Devil's Game is exciting, fast paced, and has a cliff hanger ending that had me waiting a long time for the publication of The Savior's Game. While I waited, I re-read the Trinity Game and The Devil's Game, enjoying them just as much the second time around. Now comes The Savior's Game. Chercover has taken the cast of the previous two books in the trilogy, uprooted them, and dropped them into a bad episode of The Twilight Zone. The writing is still top notch. But Chercover seems to have lost his way, leaving Daniel and company flailing about wildly in an alternate universe. This is a wholly unsatisfying conclusion to what was a brilliant trilogy.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Mary Anne

    I seriously loved the first two books in this series. I enjoyed them due to while there was a possibility of paranormal there didn't really seem to be much of that. More intrigue and cover up by the church protecting their own. Daniel is a former priest who was charged with investigating devine miracles. This book seemed to all of a sudden take off on a whole new level of evil in another demention and Daniel being able to travel there and confront it. It was so far removed from what I had alread I seriously loved the first two books in this series. I enjoyed them due to while there was a possibility of paranormal there didn't really seem to be much of that. More intrigue and cover up by the church protecting their own. Daniel is a former priest who was charged with investigating devine miracles. This book seemed to all of a sudden take off on a whole new level of evil in another demention and Daniel being able to travel there and confront it. It was so far removed from what I had already understood of this story that it kind of threw me off. The series went from believable/possible to way in the other direction. If I had been reading it for that reason that would have been fine, but I enjoyed it's being a little more on the edge of possible. Well written, just went from one story off to a whole new place and never did answer the question of this man's lack of faith.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Joe Crowe

    (this review from an advance copy.) This is book 3 in a gritty detective series that could easily have fallen into the tropes of urban fantasy, but instead is a solid, thrilling drama with supernatural stuff. The star of the book has premonitions of rotten things such as nuclear war, and naturally, that's no good for anyone. A world plunging toward armageddon is not usually a recipe for hopefulness or catharsis, but author Sean Chercover avoids those tropes again. It's an action-adventure story (this review from an advance copy.) This is book 3 in a gritty detective series that could easily have fallen into the tropes of urban fantasy, but instead is a solid, thrilling drama with supernatural stuff. The star of the book has premonitions of rotten things such as nuclear war, and naturally, that's no good for anyone. A world plunging toward armageddon is not usually a recipe for hopefulness or catharsis, but author Sean Chercover avoids those tropes again. It's an action-adventure story that asks questions, and getting to the answers is a thrill. You're going to need more from Chercover when you're done with this series.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Robin

    I mostly enjoyed this book. There were some parts in the middle where my eyes glazed over and *I* had a metaphysical crisis, but that went away and the book was zooming along again. Good book. Great series.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Charles Robinson

    Didn't like this version of the series. The first two books were awesome. Don't want to spoil anything for anyone so I will just leave it at that. Didn't like this version of the series. The first two books were awesome. Don't want to spoil anything for anyone so I will just leave it at that.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Andrew

    Larry: “Okay. That means that our whole solar system could be, like one tiny atom in the fingernail of some other giant being. … That means one tiny atom in my fingernail could be--” Jennings: “Could be one little tiny universe. “ (From the “smoking pot” scene in Animal House) Fractal: “any of various extremely irregular curves or shapes for which any suitably chosen part is similar in shape to a given larger or smaller part when magnified or reduced to the same size.” – Merriam-Webster Fractals play Larry: “Okay. That means that our whole solar system could be, like one tiny atom in the fingernail of some other giant being. … That means one tiny atom in my fingernail could be--” Jennings: “Could be one little tiny universe. “ (From the “smoking pot” scene in Animal House) Fractal: “any of various extremely irregular curves or shapes for which any suitably chosen part is similar in shape to a given larger or smaller part when magnified or reduced to the same size.” – Merriam-Webster Fractals play a role in the 3rd book in Sean Chercover's “Daniel Byrne” trilogy, “The Savior's Game”. BUT – Fractals are also symbolic of author Sean Chercover's entire trilogy. Don't DARE try to read these out of order; you need to see the pattern in “The Trinity Game” before you can step back and see “The Devil' Game”. Even then, you won't realize the magnitude of what you're reading until you take ANOTHER step back into “The Savior's Game”. Normally, I am not a fan of reading books about “Illuminati” organizations, and admit to being disappointed when the first book in this series leaned upon them. (“Them”, because there are two such organizations, each with their own interpretation of right and wrong.) It isn't until this 3rd book that I could see just why Mr. Chercover needed to include two such opposing organizations. Anyone reading this review may note that I am walking around the specifics of this book, trying to avoid spoilers to ANY of the 3 books. Suffice to say, the first book centers around a single individual. The second, around a collection of them. The third, “The Savior's Game”, is focused on all of humanity. How will an individual (protagonist Daniel Byrne) react when a threat faces each? What steps will he take to influence or save each? Were the author to add a 4th book, a sequel to the trilogy, the question I would expect him to answer is “just how DO you go back to your day-to-day life when you've peeked behind the curtain of the universe itself?” He hints that it's possible, but not how, and doesn't reflect on the ramifications of it. HOWEVER, stopping right here is also perfectly fine and appropriate. RATING: Hmmmmmm … after careful reflection, I'm going with 5 stars. A well written book AND one that will remain with me for a long time after I'm done reading it. Too many others are like movie popcorn, entertaining at the time, but soon forgotten. Not this one.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Tony Parsons

    New Orleans, LA. 2601 General Pershing St. Daniel Byrne climbed out the window several stories up & headed downward to the St. below. London, England. Dr. Kara Singh’s flat had been burned to the ground. Conrad Winter’s bunch had been the pyromaniacs. Kara had struggled with voices in her head & visons for quite a while. The late Reverend Tim Trinity (Daniel’s uncle) television evangelist sermons became known as the Trinity Phenomenon. Julia Rothman had gotten her book The Truth (So Far) about T New Orleans, LA. 2601 General Pershing St. Daniel Byrne climbed out the window several stories up & headed downward to the St. below. London, England. Dr. Kara Singh’s flat had been burned to the ground. Conrad Winter’s bunch had been the pyromaniacs. Kara had struggled with voices in her head & visons for quite a while. The late Reverend Tim Trinity (Daniel’s uncle) television evangelist sermons became known as the Trinity Phenomenon. Julia Rothman had gotten her book The Truth (So Far) about Trinity published. There were several other cases Anomalous Information Transfer (AIT) like Kara’s. A encyclopedia salesman in New Orleans, LA., a farmer’s wife in Germany, & an unemployed bicycle mechanic in Tokyo. The Fleur-de-Lis Foundation was also researching the phenomenon. Carter Ames (director) wasn’t about the let the cat out of the bag per-say. Greenwich Village, NYC. What happened to Conrad Winter (Council for World Peace)? What news did Kara have for Daniel? Warning: This book is for adults only & contains violent or graphic adult content or profanity &/or sexually explicit scenarios. It may be offensive to some readers. I did not receive any type of compensation for reading & reviewing this book. While I receive free books from publishers & authors, I am under no obligation to write a positive review. Only an honest one. A very awesome book cover, great font & writing style. A very well written paranormal book. It was very easy for me to read/follow from start/finish & never a dull moment. There were no grammar/typo errors, nor any repetitive or out of line sequence sentences. Lots of exciting scenarios, with several twists/turns & a great set of unique characters to keep track of. This could also make another great paranormal movie, or better yet a mini TV series. It was just OK for me so I will rate it at 4/5 stars. Thank you for the free author; Goodreads; MakingConnections; Thomas & Mercer; Amazon Digital Services LLC.; book Tony Parsons MSW (Washburn)

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Bronder

    Daniel Byrne is affected with Anomalous Information Transfer (AIT) and has been suffering from visions of the future and a coming apocalypse. He is trying to figure out these visions, what and where they are and if he can stop them. But as Daniel tries to stop his visions he is being chased across the world by some assassins that don’t want to change the course of the future. Daniel has no one to trust although he is going to do his best to stop the future that he keeps seeing. Daniel is a forme Daniel Byrne is affected with Anomalous Information Transfer (AIT) and has been suffering from visions of the future and a coming apocalypse. He is trying to figure out these visions, what and where they are and if he can stop them. But as Daniel tries to stop his visions he is being chased across the world by some assassins that don’t want to change the course of the future. Daniel has no one to trust although he is going to do his best to stop the future that he keeps seeing. Daniel is a former priest that has walked away from that profession. He has had his faith deeply shaken. In this book he is suffering from the visions that many others that have been affected by AIT have. He is kept on the run and it looks like he might not save the day no matter how hard he tries. This is the first book in this series that I have read. Not having known that background I think this is an interesting story. It seems to be rough and almost like the author went off on a metaphysical rant that had me questioning this book. Over all it is an interesting read. I admit that I had a peak at the other reviews for this book and it looks like the first two in the series (The Trinity Game and The Devil’s Game) are really good. I want to check them out to see what I have missed. I received The Savior’s Game from the publisher for free. This has in no way influenced my opinion of this book.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jud Hanson

    Daniel 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. T Daniel 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. *A copy of this book from BestsellersWorld was the only consideration given in exchange for this review.*

  13. 5 out of 5

    Judith Wong

    A thrilling, frightening and confusing existential state of being in the Source. Daniel continues his righteous fight while grappling with AIT. Astounded that he has developed this condition, he meets Kara, another AIT sufferer. Together they learn about and cope with it's realities. Death, destruction and man's cruelty to man. Daniel hears another AIT sufferer, Dana Cameron, in his head. A professor of Archeology teaching in Spain, she shows him a picture of many deaths and told him he could sto A thrilling, frightening and confusing existential state of being in the Source. Daniel continues his righteous fight while grappling with AIT. Astounded that he has developed this condition, he meets Kara, another AIT sufferer. Together they learn about and cope with it's realities. Death, destruction and man's cruelty to man. Daniel hears another AIT sufferer, Dana Cameron, in his head. A professor of Archeology teaching in Spain, she shows him a picture of many deaths and told him he could stop it from happening. Together they journey to a place called the Source. Here Daniel learns all he needs to know to stop the ending of the world as we know it. But at a huge personal cost. However, in the midst of all this death and betrayal, he learns something that makes the losses bearable.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Stephen

    I won this book at goodreads.com! Our intrepid protagonist returns in this, the final entry in the Daniel Byrne Trilogy. Now Daniel Byrne has AIT (Anomalous Information Transfer). It starts with a voice in his head. Soon, he finds himself awakening in Source, a possible parallel universe in which "real life" is a dream. It's not long until he learns that there is a powerful adversary there. Someone he's dealt with before. On "Earth". One who leaves devastation in his wake. In short order, Daniel's o I won this book at goodreads.com! Our intrepid protagonist returns in this, the final entry in the Daniel Byrne Trilogy. Now Daniel Byrne has AIT (Anomalous Information Transfer). It starts with a voice in his head. Soon, he finds himself awakening in Source, a possible parallel universe in which "real life" is a dream. It's not long until he learns that there is a powerful adversary there. Someone he's dealt with before. On "Earth". One who leaves devastation in his wake. In short order, Daniel's off on an action-packed, globe-trotting thrill ride. Well, not exactly a thrill for him! Pursued by assassins and corrupt evil, he must race to stop an event that can push us into world war. With a turn near the end that is so shocking it will leave you gasping, "Holy shit!", this is one helluva existential, geo-political thriller.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Carol

    This is the third in the trilogy featuring Daniel Byrne. I really liked #1, The Trinity Game. I also gave the second outing, The Devil's Game, four stars, although it wasn't as good or as much fun as the first. Now I'm finished #3 and I absolutely cannot manage 4 stars. It was horribly boring for long sections, and it went off into very long and rambling multiple page philosophical tangents in an annoying way. I did, overall, like it (hence 3 stars) but it was a disappointment. The first book he This is the third in the trilogy featuring Daniel Byrne. I really liked #1, The Trinity Game. I also gave the second outing, The Devil's Game, four stars, although it wasn't as good or as much fun as the first. Now I'm finished #3 and I absolutely cannot manage 4 stars. It was horribly boring for long sections, and it went off into very long and rambling multiple page philosophical tangents in an annoying way. I did, overall, like it (hence 3 stars) but it was a disappointment. The first book held out so much promise! The final 15% of this last installment - finally - was great fun and the ending did wrap everything up. I was eager to explore Sean Chercover's other works, but now - not so much. I was glad to see it end.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Tina Gunther

    The Savior's Game So-- After the events of The Devils Game, Daniel Byrne is running for his life again. He and his best friend Pat are traveling from one place to another, never staying in one place long enough for the bad guys to earn their megabuck paychecks. This volume didn't keep my interest as the first two did. I found myself skimming pages in order to get to the end sooner. Then I was less than thrilled with the ending. I found the revelation of the source of the miracle disappointing. Wil The Savior's Game So-- After the events of The Devils Game, Daniel Byrne is running for his life again. He and his best friend Pat are traveling from one place to another, never staying in one place long enough for the bad guys to earn their megabuck paychecks. This volume didn't keep my interest as the first two did. I found myself skimming pages in order to get to the end sooner. Then I was less than thrilled with the ending. I found the revelation of the source of the miracle disappointing. Will I be reading more of this author's works? Doubtful. General comment: For someone who spent ten years as a priest, Daniel has become disappointedly potty mouthed.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Wanda

    The final book in the trilogy. Daniel has gotten AIT and is learning to deal with it. He seems to have a much stronger version than others. He has quit the Foundation. Someone has tried to kill him and he is trying to figure out why and who is behind it. He is also trying to save his relationship with Karl and basically save the world at the same time. His buddy Pat is trying to help him and he does have a little assistance from the Foundation. He is having a hard time balancing the two worlds h The final book in the trilogy. Daniel has gotten AIT and is learning to deal with it. He seems to have a much stronger version than others. He has quit the Foundation. Someone has tried to kill him and he is trying to figure out why and who is behind it. He is also trying to save his relationship with Karl and basically save the world at the same time. His buddy Pat is trying to help him and he does have a little assistance from the Foundation. He is having a hard time balancing the two worlds he inhabits and not go crazy. Iteresting story.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Maggies Daisy

    Outstanding What a wonderful adventure into the field of reality, dreams and metaphysics. From beginning to end I thought the story was well thought out. Daniel is a cross between Jason Bourne and Dirk Pitt. I look forward to reading the first two books in this trilogy. Purely enjoyed Chercovers way of writing, there was no lag time for me, even when Daniel jumped from the source back to earth. Plus it brought up some deep thinking about what is true reality.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Theresa Wade

    3.5 The is the first book I have read by the author Sean Chercover. The story started out very interesting and kept me focus on what was going on. There were a few chapters in the middle where I was losing interested in it but then picked up at the end. I have not read the first two books. Initially the book could be read as a stand alone story, but there were a few places where it seems it would have been important to read the first 2 books.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Joanne

    I received my copy of the third installment of the Daniel Byrne series from Goodreads for my honest review. I enjoyed all three books of the series but I felt this one did not grab me as did the first two. This one focuses on Daniel's own affliction with AIT. Daniel continues the fight against the forces of evil to prevent the destruction of the earth. Who is good....who is evil? I will round this up to 3 1/2 stars. I received my copy of the third installment of the Daniel Byrne series from Goodreads for my honest review. I enjoyed all three books of the series but I felt this one did not grab me as did the first two. This one focuses on Daniel's own affliction with AIT. Daniel continues the fight against the forces of evil to prevent the destruction of the earth. Who is good....who is evil? I will round this up to 3 1/2 stars.

  21. 4 out of 5

    geoffrey ernest corlett

    The reckoning You cannot fault Sean's imagination_very impressive. But this last book in the trilogy started going wrong half way through. I won t spoil things with details but it basically became too unbelievable. Nice twist with the almost superfluous navy seal but it all ended with Sean seamingly running out of ideas. The reckoning You cannot fault Sean's imagination_very impressive. But this last book in the trilogy started going wrong half way through. I won t spoil things with details but it basically became too unbelievable. Nice twist with the almost superfluous navy seal but it all ended with Sean seamingly running out of ideas.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Annette Smith

    What a blockbuster In the third of this epic and thought provoking series Sean Cherkover imports a Dan Brown/Steve King theme for a book of revelation. I cannot believe there isn't more to come. I have been left with an unsettled feeling there is more fact to Mr Cherkover's brilliant plots than I might first have imagined. Well done! What a blockbuster In the third of this epic and thought provoking series Sean Cherkover imports a Dan Brown/Steve King theme for a book of revelation. I cannot believe there isn't more to come. I have been left with an unsettled feeling there is more fact to Mr Cherkover's brilliant plots than I might first have imagined. Well done!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jackie Rogers

    This is the last book in the Trinity Games books. Is the continuation of Daniel and his fight with evil. Is full of action and alternate reality. Has Daniel found the love of his life? Will they make it work despite misunderstandings. The ending is shocking in part and great in another part. You will like these novels if read from beginning to end. Thanks to Mr. Chercover and Goodreads

  24. 5 out of 5

    Beth Lockhart

    Huh? So again, great characters. Started out fast paced but boy did this final chapter of the trilogy kind of derail. I love fantasy & sci-fi but this just went far-fetched. Couple of good twists you didn't see coming. But a little bit disappointed with the 3rd book and it's ending. Still glad I read the series and may check out a different book by the author. Huh? So again, great characters. Started out fast paced but boy did this final chapter of the trilogy kind of derail. I love fantasy & sci-fi but this just went far-fetched. Couple of good twists you didn't see coming. But a little bit disappointed with the 3rd book and it's ending. Still glad I read the series and may check out a different book by the author.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kenneth Gomberg

    Three books in 3 days Can't say enough about this trilogy, except I'm sorry it's only 3. I've never cared for a character this much since Jack Reacher. Please keep this series going. Daniel /Ian and Kara/Maya are so good together. The foundation still exists, so there's room for new plots. Three books in 3 days Can't say enough about this trilogy, except I'm sorry it's only 3. I've never cared for a character this much since Jack Reacher. Please keep this series going. Daniel /Ian and Kara/Maya are so good together. The foundation still exists, so there's room for new plots.

  26. 4 out of 5

    See

    This book takes a long time to come together, but if you have read the first two books don't expect to figure out the ending. I am not sure that I have figured it out even after reading it. About a 3/4 of through it all starts to make sense and then it leaves you wondering what happens to the other half. This book takes a long time to come together, but if you have read the first two books don't expect to figure out the ending. I am not sure that I have figured it out even after reading it. About a 3/4 of through it all starts to make sense and then it leaves you wondering what happens to the other half.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Charles F Crowe

    Can Daniel Byrne save humanity?. What is reality? This is the third of the Daniel Byrne series. In my opinion not the bet of the three. The plot includes sciences of drama and conflict, but progress of the story seemed hurried and a little stilted. The series was well worth the effort.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Kathleen Gray

    I did not finish this well written but way out there novel- it just wasn't for me. I'm not sure how to characterize this, which mixes mystery with metaphysics and dystopia and other stuff. There's an audience for this among those who like more adventuresome novels. I did not finish this well written but way out there novel- it just wasn't for me. I'm not sure how to characterize this, which mixes mystery with metaphysics and dystopia and other stuff. There's an audience for this among those who like more adventuresome novels.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Michael Teasley

    A great read The Savior's Game is an engaging read. The reader is kept guessing throughout the story. Not so much how it will end, but where. Chercover successfully wraps things up neatly. A great read The Savior's Game is an engaging read. The reader is kept guessing throughout the story. Not so much how it will end, but where. Chercover successfully wraps things up neatly.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I was so excited to read this, and I just can't get over what a let down ending this is to a series I've been emotionally invested in. Spoiler question: I'm done with earth Daniel. What happens to Source Daniel? I was so excited to read this, and I just can't get over what a let down ending this is to a series I've been emotionally invested in. Spoiler question: I'm done with earth Daniel. What happens to Source Daniel?

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