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When Janey Sinclair vowed to use her ability to teleport from shadow to shadow to protect the city of Atlanta, she only wanted to spare others the kind of agony she’d endured herself. To prove that not all suffering is necessary. To heal the splinter-edged rifts in her own heart. But soon Janey realized she was part of something much larger. Something that spanned the globe When Janey Sinclair vowed to use her ability to teleport from shadow to shadow to protect the city of Atlanta, she only wanted to spare others the kind of agony she’d endured herself. To prove that not all suffering is necessary. To heal the splinter-edged rifts in her own heart. But soon Janey realized she was part of something much larger. Something that spanned the globe… And reached beyond it. The forces behind Janey’s Augmentation—the authors of the grand experiment striving to use human DNA as raw material in a vast intergalactic war—have arrived on Earth. And if the planet is to survive, Janey Sinclair must unite friends and foes alike. Humanity itself hangs in the balance, as Janey wages the GRAY WIDOW’S WAR


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When Janey Sinclair vowed to use her ability to teleport from shadow to shadow to protect the city of Atlanta, she only wanted to spare others the kind of agony she’d endured herself. To prove that not all suffering is necessary. To heal the splinter-edged rifts in her own heart. But soon Janey realized she was part of something much larger. Something that spanned the globe When Janey Sinclair vowed to use her ability to teleport from shadow to shadow to protect the city of Atlanta, she only wanted to spare others the kind of agony she’d endured herself. To prove that not all suffering is necessary. To heal the splinter-edged rifts in her own heart. But soon Janey realized she was part of something much larger. Something that spanned the globe… And reached beyond it. The forces behind Janey’s Augmentation—the authors of the grand experiment striving to use human DNA as raw material in a vast intergalactic war—have arrived on Earth. And if the planet is to survive, Janey Sinclair must unite friends and foes alike. Humanity itself hangs in the balance, as Janey wages the GRAY WIDOW’S WAR

20 review for Gray Widow's War

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ziggy Nixon

    4 stars for the book and 5 stars for the series. I know I rated 2 out of the 3 trilogy chapters as 4's but this is really a case of the sum of the whole parts being better than whatever the damn saying is. Bottom-line is that Jolley delivers yet again a superhero epic that just gets wilder and wilder the farther in you get. Seriously, if you think back to Chapter 1, Book 1, you would never ever imagine that we've gotten to this point. Along the way he does a fantastic job developing a whole host 4 stars for the book and 5 stars for the series. I know I rated 2 out of the 3 trilogy chapters as 4's but this is really a case of the sum of the whole parts being better than whatever the damn saying is. Bottom-line is that Jolley delivers yet again a superhero epic that just gets wilder and wilder the farther in you get. Seriously, if you think back to Chapter 1, Book 1, you would never ever imagine that we've gotten to this point. Along the way he does a fantastic job developing a whole host of characters - some within the space of just a few paragraphs (which in a few cases is necessary as they don't survive longer than that) - and making their interactions and ... evolutions? just fantastic. This is what you want from a book like this, namely, plots that don't fit into the genre they would usually find themselves in. This is, after all, not your parents' version of X-Men (or whomever, just play along). Again, I think Jolley's use of some pretty scary and even gory parts works well. There's emotional conflict, emotional damage and emotional tension throughout. HOWEVER, having said that, some of that doesn't necessarily fit into what I = me, personally likes to read in a book. I know the main love triangle is necessary and yes, some of the physical bits that occur are perfectly natural but I could have done without them. I'm more interested in things like 'she sprouted giant claws from her arms that went pinchy-pinchy' than I am 'he lowered his hand on her heaving bosoms and went pinchy-pinchy on her...' Well, you get the picture. I'm also a little frustrated with the potential that I feel like got left on the cutting room floor in this final chapter. ***BE YE WARNED, HERE BE SPOILERS*** -> - first and foremost, the actual face-to... face? encounters with the aliens is far too rushed imho. They have more potential than that, the battle royale had TONS more potential and even the outcome of the final bits of the battle had more potential. I would have loved to know more about how the others of 'The Team' survived (did they? We only mention 3!!! of them at the end and yes, I double-checked). Plus, I'll admit it, I was getting into the kersplatting that was going on; - secondly, what's next? Did everyone keep their powers? We don't know. That would have been a teaser that would have kept me up geeking for the next several weeks if we had some insight. Yeah, I'm saying that because I want more. I'll say that again here in a few sentences I'm sure; - secondly and a halfly, I wasn't satisfied with the whole Parker transition through the book. This guy - along with his fellow captured 'young mutant'-esque pals - seemed to have incredible potential but other than a little hint while he was in his room, we never really saw how he went from creepy peeping Tom to gigantic scaled killing machine that could peel away old, dead bodies in favor of new forms. What happened to his 'old' body? Was the transition for him in any way painful? Or orgasmic? Potential there methinks; - and finally, and this is BIG BIG in my eyes, throughout this series we see that Janey was able to create these incredible works of art, some of which COULD DRIVE PEOPLE INSANE. No explanation why, no satisfying outcome in terms of how that was used, could be used (other than dealing with Aphrodite previously), etc. I think in the old days folks asked for nifty no-prizes about stuff like that, but again, I thought that would have been pretty cool to have sussed out a bit more. Oh well, most of that is just me vacuuming up the nits because I wanted more simply because it was all truly awesome and will go into my own ballot box for best trilogy I've read this year. Oh and before I forget: a huge shout-out to https://superhero-fiction.com/ for bringing this series to my attention! That was a fun ride that I really want to revisit some day! Stay squeezy true believers!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Haris

    Gray Widow's War brings all the threads and relationships and threats together for a slam-bang ending to great trilogy. . It's nonstop action rooted in characters you really care about. I worried about all of them. Even the evil ones. Though not to give too much away, evil becomes a relative concept. There are lots of shocking turns leading to a very surprising ending. It's a fantastic climax to an incredible saga. Gray Widow's War brings all the threads and relationships and threats together for a slam-bang ending to great trilogy. . It's nonstop action rooted in characters you really care about. I worried about all of them. Even the evil ones. Though not to give too much away, evil becomes a relative concept. There are lots of shocking turns leading to a very surprising ending. It's a fantastic climax to an incredible saga.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Mr Alexander

    A good conclusion to a solid superhero series. I wasn’t wild about the alien aspect when it was introduced in book 2, but it all played out pretty well here. Overall the series did a good job of escalating the story and the stakes through the series. I think most superhero fans would enjoy this.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Fern Edwards

    War never looked so good In the final installment of the series the author does an exemplary job of ramping up the action. The pacing and action scenes were truly a sight to behold and I look forward to reading more books from this guy.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Karl

  6. 4 out of 5

    Charlie Hawkins

  7. 4 out of 5

    Peter Jones

  8. 5 out of 5

    Joe

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kevin

  10. 5 out of 5

    Seventh Star Press

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jordan Hirsch

  12. 4 out of 5

    Scott

  13. 4 out of 5

    Chelsae

  14. 5 out of 5

    Scott

  15. 5 out of 5

    Daniel Charlton

  16. 5 out of 5

    DZMM

  17. 5 out of 5

    Michael Williams

  18. 4 out of 5

    Braxton Cosby

  19. 4 out of 5

    Mrs Susan Bray

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jeff Harris

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