In her search for the truth, Miira discovers the one truth that can topple the whole house of cards, and exonerate Kenneth Wu, but knowing friend from foe is not easy when she's lost in the dark. Is the voice she hears real? Or is it just one more cruel lie?
The truth finally comes out in the last episode of Innerscape.
5つ星のうち5.0very enjoyable novel, original and entertaining
投稿者gradmama2017年9月9日 - (Amazon.com)
I wrote a very positive review of Innerscape Episode 1, and now after having read all of the five episodes--- I am not disappointed. The science fiction innovations are exciting in their newness and otherness, as well as logical in their resolution. I highly recommend ACFlory's bright and interesting plot, her characters, and the situations. On my favorite author list...
5つ星のうち5.0Very Satisfying Conclusion to the Series!
投稿者Candy2017年2月6日 - (Amazon.com)
The final episode in A.C. Flory's Innerscape series wraps up the adventure! I suggest that fans of science fiction and futurism read it today! I don't want to be a spoiler, so no plot give aways here. Just know that the conclusions are logical, some surprises, but overall very satisfying.
I had wondered how this story would end with all the loose ends that needed tying up. I needn't have worried. Ms Flory being he consummate professional that she is drew everything together nicely. There were new characters added that at first did not seem sympathetic to Miira's plight but being the investigators they are were soon on the right track, This episode manages to capture the depth of emotions and the confusion attached to them with great skill and we are left with a satisfactory conclusion. My only complaint should there be one is that some people did not have to pay for their crimes ie. Peter McAlister and above and that the court case against the agri firm with Alex Tang as witness on behalf of the Government for the refugees was not addressed. Even in fiction it seems I like the black hats to get their come uppance. My thanks to AC Flory for some more delightful hours reading this.
Episode 5, and indeed the 4 preceding are a journey within a new kind of sci-fi -for me at least- but the characters, setting, storyline, plots are executed so cleverly that it all feels a little too real, too possible.