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Path of Justice

Cadicle, Book 6
Written by: Amy DuBoff
Narrated by: Josh Bloomberg
Length: 10 hrs and 54 mins

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Tararia's future is in peril....

In the years since the Bakzen War, Wil and Saera have raised a family on Earth outside the purview of the High Dynasties and Priesthood. Except, it's almost time for their teenage twins, Raena and Jason, to begin telekinesis training and they have no idea such abilities even exist. With the Bakzen threat eliminated, Wil hopes the TSS can offer them training without the need to commit to a lifetime of military service. Just as the twins come to understand the life on Tararia that was kept from them as children, the family discovers that there's always another layer of secrets guiding their lives.

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  • Jas P
  • 24-05-20

With no Bakzen, What is next for Will and the TSS?

Some time has passed since the events of Book 5, Crossroads of Fate, that saw the final conflict of the TSS and the Bakzen, and Will and Saera, along with the Primus Elite and Cris and Kate, have all settled into other roles, trying to become normal people again, putting the burden of war behind them. Saera and Will have become parents to twins, Raena and Jason, beautiful babies that will one day become the heirs to not just the Sietinen Dynasty, but also to the TSS Legacy. Wanting them to not come from too priviledged backgrounds, just be normal kids, Will and Saera decide to raise them on Earth, were they will have the opportunity to be raised amongst other kids, and have normal childhoods. This book is kind of broken into several stages, as we get to see the Will and Saera immediately after the war, and moving to Earth, with some friends for support, and then, it moves quickly forward so we see the kids growing up, until they are around the age of 16, and at this point, they are just finishing up school, with no clue as to who they are. Will and Saera are still TSS thanks to a nifty gadget that allows them instantenous travel to the Moon and back. Several things are happening in this future, as the TSS move towards becoming more academic, and less war orientated, but they are also busy closing up spacial rifts caused by the Bakzen, so that no one can use them in the future, as well as repairing the damage to space. On Earth, Raena comes of age in the middle of her exams, and has to be rescued from Earth before someone finds out what is happening. A large part of this book however, is dedicated to the future, and the seemingly unstoppable threat of the Priesthood. Will and those at the TSS, including his parents, have all come to realise that everything that has happened, the war with the Bakzen, the history of Terrans, and those that do and don’t have abilities, as well as the disappearances of multiple woman over time. As the team look at what to do with the Priesthood however, a crack team of Priesthood agents kidnaps Raena, as they see her as the key to the future. Whilst this is the 6th book in the series, it is almost a sequel to the other 5 books, a follow on after the rest of the series to show what happens after the war with the Bakzen and wrap up the rest of everything. It is brilliant that DuBoff has actually taken the time to write 2 whole books dedicated to wrapping up all the lose ends of the series that she wrote, and following on with the lives of the characters after the major climactic event of the series. Normally most just leave it and leave you wondering what happened to everyone? But not this time, you get the answers, and you get so much more. This book is the first of what is essentially a 2 part series that closes the loop on the entire series, closing up plot lines on all of the major and minor characters, the Sientinen blood line, and most importantly, the Priesthood. What is even more interesting (and a lot of fun to if you are a real fan of the series), is that you get to see the children of Will and Saera, who are just exceptional. The great thing about DuBoff’s stories are that they are so heavily Character Driven, not all wrapped up in just blowing things up as a lot of this type of book is. It has allowed her to tell such an amazing story from several different characters points of view, and really create such incredible and meaningful characters that you really grow attached to. Reading these books is such a pleasure, and you find yourself burning through the pages at an incredible pace as you just have to know more, and it is so much fun to read. DuBoff doesn’t disappoint those that like a good battle though, there are some epic battle scenes, and book 6 will leave no one unsatisfied with some brilliant combat scenes. This is such an outstanding series, one of the best series of its type I have ever read, with something for everyone, and easily the best character driven story writing for this genre, and something that could happily stand with the works of ‘Doc’ Smith, John Wyndham or Arthur C. Clarke, the character writing is just so brilliant. If you want a great read, jump into this series, you will not be disappointed!!

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  • Alex Millender
  • 01-01-18

These books are getting worse...

I'm hooked on the story, because of how Chris was introduced to the TSS and because of the concept of Will's theoretically unlimited power. However, after this latest book - that seems like it was written just to fill a 20 yr gap in the story - I'm contemplating putting the series down. It has become predictable, absurd and more of a teen romance story than anything SciFi or even space opera.