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Some grammar errors, though better than I would have done....anywaaaaay, overuse of Deus ex machina aside, it's really good, though at one point it bothered me a little that most scenarios in the series were solved by a simple moment of clarity. And other than the transition from the problem to the problem-solution that are pretty rough the content itself is quite enjoyable and at times intense. Even though the MC did absolutely little to no growth as a person from the very first book in the prequel series(very consistent character), I still enjoyed how he Deus ex machina his way out of every situation, though that may just be me. But as I said the point of when he starts to realize what is going on and solving the issue, is a bit rough, though that is to be expected as it is the hardest part of any story to write(the transition from core story to the ending of a book).