Domination: A Review


Domination by Jon S. Lewis
Domination is book #3 in the C.H.A.O.S trilogy. Please note that certain plot points and characters might be a continuation from the prior books in the series.
Their goal is simple: total domination.
With six arms and jaws that can snap a man in two, the warmongering race of aliens known as the Thule has conquered every planet they’ve attacked.
And now their invasion of Earth has begun.
Humanity’s only hope springs from a mysterious Thule legend about a Betrayer, who they believe will rise up and destroy their people. The American government tried to manufacture their own Betrayer by injecting children with Thule blood but time after time the experiment failed . . . until Colt McAlister.
A decade later, Colt is a 16-year-old cadet at the CHAOS Military Academy where he’s training to defend mankind. But he’s afraid that the alien blood may be turning him into a Thule—and he’s beginning to suspect that fulfilling his role as the Betrayer may cost him everything.
Experience a cosmic battle filled with high-tech gear, gateways to other planets, and ultimate stakes. Not everyone will survive. But heroes will rise up and step into their destiny in this earth-shaking conclusion to the C.H.A.O.S trilogy.
                The last book in the series. Yes! I was beyond excited to hear the last book had come out. And snatched it up. And it’s back with the gang, Colt, Danielle and my favorite Oz. The book starts out maybe a couple of months after the events in the second book. Parts if the world in ruin because of the Thule. I loved how strongly the book starts out. However, sadly went down from there.

Although the book had some long long talking part. Explaining everything and anything in it, which for me was a huge flaw, the three books all contained it. A lot of talking, but it still was action packed. Unfortunately, I thought Colt spent most of the book whining, and annoyingly clumsy.

Unfortunately, I cannot say I really enjoyed the ending, thought is beyond amazing, I can’t. The ending was not really an ending, it just seemed like a stopping point, but to prevent spoiling things for anyone I’ll let you figure that out for yourself. In conclusion, I did enjoy the book and the characters in it.


I was given this book for my review from Booksneeze. (www.booksneeze.com)

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