Beyond The World

The Survival Trilogy Volume 3

Young Adult - Sci-Fi
314 Pages
Reviewed on 05/09/2019
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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite

Beyond The World is a work of science fiction and alien adventure penned by co-authors T. J. Wolf and M. L. Wolf, and forms the third and final book in the Survival Trilogy. Continuing the tale of Una Waters and her troubled past, we now find ourselves in 2020 when Una and her new husband are celebrating their honeymoon. But the old familiar call of distress disrupts their peace once again and, along with Jack Howser, the three are pulled back into the world of ancient aliens and Hopi prophecy. The new conspiracy will take them into ancient lands with terrifying creatures, uncovering truths that none of them really wanted to know.

Connecting ancient cultures and wisdom to modern day ideas of aliens and other intelligent life provides a great hook for this inviting and exciting read. The three central characters are very well developed by co-authors T. J. Wolf and M. L. Wolf, and their bonds and previous experiences serve to catch readers up, ready for this final epic adventure in the series. I liked the pterosaurs particularly and how their origin comes about, and the novel sparked many references to other great science fiction works like those of Michael Crichton and H. G. Wells. The plot is well constructed and doesn’t rush to a conclusion, with events and exposition well mixed to give a great ebb and flow to the narrative. Even in the quiet times, it keeps you turning pages to discover the chilling truth. Beyond The World comes recommended for science fiction fans of all ages.