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Armageddon Cometh

Armageddon Cometh - J.K. Accinni Armageddon Cometh is the third book in the Species Intervention #6609 series. I received an electronic copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.

This book starts out where Echo, book 2, left off. Jose, Abby and Scotty are living in a mansion in Florida and struggling to come to terms with the changes their bodies are undergoing, while Echo is gathering a small pack of dogs under her wing, so to speak. Abby is visited surrepticiously by Netty and given a mission to complete – to liberate the wild animals from a local animal sanctuary and to transport them back to the Hive in New Jersey as soon as possible. The trio adds a few new people to their group – their yacht captain, Capt’n Cobby and his son Kane, their lawyer Peter, his girlfriend Ginger Mae and her daughter Daisy, Chloe, the young adopted daughter of the likely next president of the United States, and Kenya, a pregnant, spunky teenager from the animal sanctuary. There are romances along the way, and several well-deserved deaths as well. The book ends with the entire group on the yacht, and the reader is left wondering – who is The One, and why is he or she important? Will the group make it to the sanctuary of the Hive in time?

There are quite a few story lines in this book, and the author does a good job of bringing them all together. As in the previous books, there are some pretty graphic and violent scenes that I am not sure needed to be as detailed as they were, but they don’t detract from the overall quality of the book. I look forward to reading the next book in the series.