Just thought I'd share this with you all. I was dissapointed with the ending of Absolution Gap. So I told Al.
Just a quick mail to say I have finished your Inhibitors trilogy. I really, really enjoyed them. However, I must ask was there a deadline to meet or something as I felt the ending of Absolution Gap was a little rushed. In my opinion I think you should have written another book and made it a four book series. You could have introduced the nestbuilders slowly over another book.
Well that's my two pennies worth. I'm on to reading Dune by Frank Herbert. After that I'll read Galactic North, which, so I'm told will explain a little more about the nestbuilders.
Thanks and keep up the good work.
" If you can empty your mind of all thoughts your heart will embrace the tranquility of peace. Watch the workings of all of creation, but contemplate their return to the source. "
Tao Te Ching by Lao Tzu
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It definitely wasn't written under the best of circumstances, I'll say that. There's still much about that book
I like - the cathedrals, the atmosphere, some of the characters, but I probably didn't do as good a job
on the ending as I could have. That said, it isn't the last word. I've never thought of it as a trilogy, just
a universe I'll go back to when I have something worth saying.
But as you say, Galactic North will fill things in a bit...
all best, and hope you're well,