Novel by Greig Beck
Here it is, folks! Book three in the dangerously, engrossing Primordia book series, by Greig Beck. I started these books back in February and finished them... ALL... in February! That's how good they are. Well, technically, I finished book 3 in early March, but the rest is true!
From what I've read, some women say Beck's books aren't for females. That they seem to embody the hormonal dynamic of what makes men and their love for all things rugged, dangerous and horrific, manifest in real life. But I say, nay! These books, this series, is for all readers, lovers of adventure, those looking to conquer their phobias of creatures walking with more than two legs and a frantic dread of being eaten alive. These are the stories that make really, really tough people sniveling lunatics, and I loved every bit of it.
Today's review: Primordia III, The Lost World: Re-Evolution.
So what happens when everything you know and love changes? Not simply change, but change for the worst? How's this for a hypothetical: What do you do when you go outside to cut your grass, only to find yourself lying in a heap, unable to move or speak with a giant, dog-sized spider crawling up your legs, preparing to feed from you? Then, JUST remembering, "Oh yeah, this is giant spider season." Uh-huh... Thing is, there was no giant spider season until the blink of an eye ago! That's Primordia III, The Lost World: Re-Evolution. I'm probably not making much sense; you have to read the book to understand.
Ben, Drake, Emma and Helen are the only ones noticing changes. They're suffering the affects of what they'd left behind, on the Amazonian tepui. They understood playing around with time meant preparing for possible anomalies, but they never imagined, in their wildest dreams, what began to take place. Time was lost, like the switching of light switch, but not the sort of time you're thinking of. They don't wake in another place; they discover the world's been altered around them. Re-evolutionized. I know, that's not a word, but it's the freaking truth!
Simple things, like birds, pets, people you pass daily aren't the same or no longer exist! They, the survivors, decide to fix things by returning to the Amazon, but can they reset time? Is there a way to reverse re-evolution?
Will the world ever be the same?
Primordia III:The Lost World: Re-Evolution was just as amazing as the first two books; I loved every thrilling minute. Funny thing, this was the first book I actually read- not listened to first, in about three years by Beck! I began the Alex Hunter series a while ago, on my Kindle, but once I found the books in audio, I just ran with them! I own the books in all three formats, that's how much I love them, but I always listened first- he's that good. The Primordia series is one that keeps you hooked, dying to know what's going to happen next. Will they make it in time? Will the world come through, on the other side, in tact?
I was actually thinking there'd be a fourth book. Honestly, I hoped there'd be one more, but as far as the ending is concerned, I can't complain. When it comes to time theories, whether it's lateral, cycling or whatever- Primordia III: The Lost World: Re-Evolution is one that you find yourself questioning all you know about time but ultimately pleased at the end. Oh, and the bit about what pseudonym to give the author of the tale... Classic!
Take the plunge; you will not regret it. I know this because I got my mum hooked on them now. :)
I'm off to the next read. Cheers!
Primordia III: The Lost World: Re-Evolution
Written by Greig Beck
Published by Severed Press, Kindle Edition
Released February 2019
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