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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Trinity Evolution is the third book in the Vu-Hak War series by PA Vasey. Humanity’s second chance at survival seems to be working at the moment. Settling on a moon in a galaxy away from Earth, humans are now either clones or being made from embryonic stem cells. Kate is now alive in a cloned body, and she has a huge burden to bear. It is her responsibility to get in touch with the Vu-Hak that has possessed William’s mind and figure out where the ancestors of the Vu-Hak are. The task is dangerous, but it needs to be done for the survival of the remaining humans. However, there is another concern. Can Cain, Adam, and Kate keep the humans safe, away from the dangers of the Vu-Hak, and survive extinction?
Author P.A. Vasey writes a brilliant, compelling narrative that feels natural and entertaining at the same time. Yes, Trinity Evolution is a science fiction novel, but it is not too beyond readers’ comprehension. I can easily imagine humans desperate to survive and taking drastic measures. Kate’s character is the heart and soul of the story, and Cain and Adam are her supports. While there are some technical descriptions, avid readers of science fiction will not have any issue with understanding and catching up. The narrative is smooth, and the pace is fast, something that I truly appreciate. The descriptions of Trinity are fascinating, to say the least. There is nothing to complain about, and when you look at the intense plot, fantastic character development, and crisp writing, it all works.