Would you trust yourself to have made the right choices...
In the moments you can't remember.
The Ferox assault has been escalating, drawing Jonathan into combat more and more frequently. With each passing day, he's grown stronger. He can't be certain, but his attackers seem to be getting...more dangerous?
...and, of course, Heyer is gone, again.
Then came the glitch. Unexpectedly pulled from battle, Jonathan finds he cannot recall the final moments of his last confrontation. Convinced that his memory loss was no accident, he must uncover the truth.
His only leads are a less than helpful artificial alien intelligence, and Rylee, a mysterious and possibly crazy woman, who seems to think they share a history he doesn't remember.
With no means to contact the only being who can give him answers, and knowing he has gaps in his memory, Jonathan must make every move uncertain of the consequences. The blonde man better show up soon, because events hidden in Jonathan's lost memories may trigger a war humanity isn't ready to fight.
The Never Paradox is book two in The Chronicles of Jonathan Tibbs, listeners who have not yet completed book one, The Never Hero, will have difficulty following.
Parental Warning: This series attempts to keep swearing to a minimum. However, the sequel has one unavoidable usage of the F-word. This is due to its presence in a direct quote taken from another piece of fiction.
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Von Yves Am hilfreichsten 31.07.2018
How a second book of a trilogy should be.
I won't go into details about the story as it's a sequel.
This book is what I wish every sequel would be. The usual "mid trilogy lul" doesn't happen and the pacing stays strong. There is continual character development and the addition of a new member of the main cast does a lot to help that along.
The narration and editing is solid, nothing to complain about but also nothing that goes above and beyond.
Von Felldecke Am hilfreichsten 28.06.2018
This is easily one of the most interesting stories I've ever read ... or listened to, I guess. And to make this fantastic: the writing is excellent, too!
If I had to classify this series I'd declare it a deconstruction of the hero-mythos. And I'm not talking about "deconstruction" in the sense of an ultra-realistic or ultra-dark reimagining. No, nothing so clichéd. Not that this story doesn't have its fair share of clichés. It embraces them, however, <i>deconstructs</i> them in quite the literal meaning; taking those tropes apart, dissecting them, analyzing them and trying to look at them from other angles, using those things to create an incredible take on a character study. Nerdy, really.
So, if you want to read books with an exciting story, interesting, evolving characters and intelligent, smart, outright clever writing, this is for you.