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A fantastic finale to the trilogy, if a little rushed in parts One of my all time favourite dystopias. This is an incredibly good book Not finished it yet, but it kept me up far too late last night Swift s storytelling just gets better and better, I m completely gripped Edited to add Now finished, I am really, really impressed with this series It just got better and better Swift s writing is excellent, her woven storylines are complex, but make tie up really well The characters are interesting and multifaceted.The story finishes back where it all started The world has rediscovered Osiris w This is an incredibly good book Not finished it yet, but it kept me up far too late last night Swift s storytelling just gets better and better, I m completely gripped Edited to add Now finished, I am really, really impressed with this series It just got better and better Swift s writing is excellent, her woven storylines are complex, but make tie up really well The characters are interesting and multifaceted.The story finishes back where it all started The world has rediscovered Osiris which ends up going from isolated survivor to flashpoint for conflict.The two original protagonists, Vikram and Adelaide both have their parts to play in the end game.I highly recommend this series, and I can t wait to see what Swift has coming up next Hopefully something set in the same future Earth Whatever happened Both Osiris and Cataveiro were so beautifully no, artfully written From the claustrophobic western quarter of Orisis to the sweeping planes of the Atacama and the sweltering ghettos of Cataveiro, E.J s masterly penmanship wove a rich and engaging tapestry as we followed first Adelaide and Victor then Ramona and Taeo through their post apocalyptic futures In Tamaruq these main and the various sub plot threads come together as befits the final volume of a trilogy.However, mu Whatever happened Both Osiris and Cataveiro were so beautifully no, artfully written From the claustrophobic western quarter of Orisis to the sweeping planes of the Atacama and the sweltering ghettos of Cataveiro, E.J s masterly penmanship wove a rich and engaging tapestry as we followed first Adelaide and Victor then Ramona and Taeo through their post apocalyptic futures In Tamaruq these main and the various sub plot threads come together as befits the final volume of a trilogy.However, much like the aforementioned apocalypse, the four horsemen have trampled all over Tamaruq Proof read, if at all, by a predictive text robot with less grasp on simple grammatical rules than the average teenage boy, this third instalment is riddled with narrative arresting bloopers and even wrong words e.g honing instead of homing, patrons instead of patrols, sat instead of sitting I m tempted to quote some examples yeah, I will The holoma bisects into two halves Yep, that s what bisects means they disappear amongst the denser foliage of the forestry The what not the only occurrence of forestry She hears Dien sigh, a soft expulsion of breath Oh, so that s what a sigh is It s your civic service Surely it s your civic duty there s people in there still, there s people trapped Hmm Her breath is shallow and every gulp of air is like swallowing soup Shallow breathing isn t gulped and what s so difficult about swallowing soup unless it s really hot , and All over the place Grrr.There is also a brilliant one along the lines of someone struggling with what they are struggling with but I didn t note the page number and I couldn t find it again.Suffice to say that faced with such cruel abuse of the English language coupled with deepening disappointment at every turn of the page, I gave up about half way through It is fairly rare for me to fail to finish a book but I read for pleasure and there was precious little to be found in Tamaruq The story itself and the gradual convergence of the multiple narrative threads is well conceived, just shockingly executed Tamaruq is the last book in Swift s Osiris Project trilogy and it picked up the rather abruptly terminated threads from the second book and drew them to a satisfying conclusion In a post global warming world, war is brewing between the Antarcticans and the Boreals far northern hemisphere with the sea city of Osiris sandwiched in the middle.The story maintains a good page turning pace with a plot that delivers sufficient surprises whilst remaining plausible throughout The characters are all w Tamaruq is the last book in Swift s Osiris Project trilogy and it picked up the rather abruptly terminated threads from the second book and drew them to a satisfying conclusion In a post global warming world, war is brewing between the Antarcticans and the Boreals far northern hemisphere with the sea city of Osiris sandwiched in the middle.The story maintains a good page turning pace with a plot that delivers sufficient surprises whilst remaining plausible throughout The characters are all well developed and believably motivated and I was able to empathise with and care about them This last was a definite improvement on the previous book where the same characters were distinctly unappealing My other main complaint with the previous book was the ending and here this book also improves upon the second There really wasn t a natural break between the second and third books and, apart from how long it would then have been, I think they would have been better as a single book Either that or a better break between them needed to have been constructed Read all three together and that wouldn t be such an issue.The trilogy taken as a whole is really very good, especially as a Swift s debut, and overall I thoroughly enjoyed it It s sad that it doesn t seem to have generated a very large readership I will be interested to see what she comes up with next Although the basic premise, climate change doesn t work, the story is excellent and very well written. That rare thing, a trilogy that gets better as it goes along This third volume opens up the world of Osiris even further, but finishes in the only place it could One of the discoveries of the year for me. &FREE BOOK ⇕ Tamaruq ⇱ Fleeing from her family and the elitist oppression of the Osiris government, Adelaide Rechnov has become the thing she once feared, a revolutionaryBut with the discovery of a radio signal comes the stark realization that there is life outside their small island existence Adelaide s worries are about to become much biggerMeanwhile, as rumour spreads on the mainland, many head to the lost city of Osiris with their own devious objectives But in a world where war is king and only the most powerful survive, there can only be one victor The thrilling, epic finale to The Osiris Project