Worldwaker (The Great Iron War #5) by Dean F. Wilson (Review by Shelley C. – #NerdGirlRed)


Title: Worldwaker (The Great Iron War #5)

Author: Dean F. Wilson

Published Date: August 31st 2016

Genre: Dystopian


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Every victory is its own defeat. General Rommond’s efforts to amass technological superiority over the enemy has resulted in the creation of a weapon that could destroy everything, and a faction just mad enough to use it.

The Armageddon Brigade has awoken from its deep slumber, and it seeks to wake the world with it. Attracting the brightest, and most unstable, of minds, this splinter group of the Resistance has become the greatest thorn in Rommond’s side.

The Resistance and the Regime must unite to defeat a foe that answers to neither of them. Yet their deep divisions and long-held suspicions threaten to end the Great Iron War once and for all—by ending everything.

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***Shelly C. – #NerdGirlRed’s  Review***
The story continues and I like the way Dean Wilson begins this book with a feeling of finality. While it isn’t the end of the series, it is the final book for a beloved character. As I read I knew someone was not going to make it but I was left on edge not knowing exactly who. All the action that I expect from this series is there along with the brilliant underlying moral issues that not only the characters contend with, but feels so relevant to our current world. I felt such hope and almost forgot the characters weren’t real as they deal with what is right and wrong, what their own responsibilities to the greater word are and so much more. I love the way Wilson writes; it allows me to see things from a different perspective but also to escape the troubles of the day into a world full of intrigue. I am always excited for the next installment and book 6 is no different, can’t wait!!


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