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New York Times bestselling author Gear continues the thrilling sci-fi mystery of Prisoner Alpha in book two of the Team Psi novels.
Called the "Ennoia," the woman who came within a heartbeat of killing prisoner Alpha in the Grantham parking garage is back. This time she’s snatched Dr. Timothy Ryan. The Psi Team find themselves caught in a battle that has been raging across timelines for 2,000 years. But, can they trust the Ennoia? Or is she using our timeline for her own purposes? Meanwhile, Bill Stevens has his own agenda, and his goons have already crossed blades with Psi Team. Now they are coming for Alpha, and all the revenge they can get.
Because just as things seemed like they could get no worse, Alpha is back. And this time, she's coming for blood.
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Pretty darn good
The sort of negative first. The intro into the book went way to long into the back story from the previous book. I actually re-listened to the previous book quickly because it came out so long ago. The first 10'ish chapters of this book was all about what happened before. There is no reason to freshen up on the previous book.
The many positives. I thoroughly enjoyed the rest of the book based on the current understanding of the multiverse. Character development happened in a natural thoughtful manner. The ending was satisfying and has you waiting for the next installment. Hopefully the next book won't take a couple years!
what a ride
Implacable Alpha (Team Psi Book, #2)
by W. Michael Gear
I have been off for five days in the world of Alpha, and the Psi group. Like an adventure movie, the reader or listener will be screaming at the book, for some event that needs to happen to save the characters we love. Most of mine were "wake up", "please wake up", "come on... Wake! Up! already!" Yes, even I can get over connected to a story, and the roller coaster of this book had me struggling to win the story for my side of the story so much (TEAM PSI). Yet, is that not the blessing of a good writer, to get the reader, audience to connect to the book. I read this book both with the kindle version and listened to the audible version at the same time. It's one of the benefits of technology and with the books by the Gears, it's remarkably beneficial that you can listen and read the story. Implacable Alpha, creates an atmosphere of the deepest psychological thriller, with the out of this world science, anthropology, and psychology mixed in as a kaleidoscope of form and matter. As a reader you come to accept both advanced scientific theory, and psychological practices as just part of the story. I have looked up the google sites that Michael Gear suggested, I have searched the terms he out lines. His writing always brings out the need in me to understand his source materials, and explain them to the next reader, just incase they are like me and go, "what does that mean?" You learn so much, but it does not stop the rollercoaster of the book drawing you into the personal stories of the characters. I know how hard this book and its predecessor were for Michael to write. The difficulties with editing and the worldview on publication have not only affected him but publishing in general. As a reader I thank him for bringing this story into my life. I learned about string theory, conceptions of time travel, the diverse idea of what if, and psychological practices that need to be in our everyday consciousness . I hope that he knows how valuable it's that he writes of this great diversity of characters that his readers can connect to. He broadens the borders of human compassion. Opens the door ways of understanding. And most of all reminds us not to pass that little bit of vocabulary, or scientific terminology without looking at it with open eyes. He reminds his readers that we can always learn more, understand more, and to never just take someone else's word for it. You are the one that can make the world better, by accepting more, understanding more, and standing up with both heart and soul for the right things. Karla Raven is a badass, and she can teach the world about loyalty, and marine core values. Skipper teaches us acceptance, and the willingness to trust people to know their limits, and know when they need help. His compassion drives his team. Et, is the character that reminds you a book is not defined by its cover, or even where it came from, but what you find when you connect to it, and grow, and learn on your own journey. Cat and Murphy, never give up. And most of all Alpha, the cruelty of people who are in power to those they label or view lesser than themselves. What a great adventure, I hope that the world can have another PSI team adventure.