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Written in Fire (Brilliance Saga #3)

The explosive conclusion to the bestselling Brilliance TrilogyFor thirty years humanity struggled to cope with the brilliants, the one percent of people born with remarkable gifts. For thirty years we tried to avoid a devastating civil war.We failed.The White House is a smoking ruin. Madison Square Garden is an internment camp. In Wyoming, an armed militia of thousands marches toward a final, apocalyptic battle.Nick Cooper has spent his life fighting for his children and his country. Now, as the world staggers on the edge of ruin, he must risk everything he loves to face his oldest enemya brilliant terrorist so driven by his ideals that he will sacrifice humanitys future to achieve them....

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Written in Fire (Brilliance Saga #3) Reviews

  • Joe Slavinsky

    I don't have a lot to say about this roller-coaster thrill ride, as I'm still gasping for breath. Suffice to say that the whole trilogy was BRILLIANT!

  • Tim C

    Let me start with the fact that while I read a great many books, I don't write a lot of reviews. It's usually pick a star and move on to the next title.

    Man did I love this series, but wow was I bummed out at the end. Well perhaps bummed out is a little strong, maybe lost some momentum in the last mile would be a better way to put it.

    Being the third and final book in the series I don't see any need to talk about how much fun the cast of characters and their individual "brilliance" is, or how st

  • Rachel the Book Harlot

    In Written in Fire, the conclusion to the Brilliance Saga trilogy, author Marcus Sakey once again ratchets up the tension and suspense. As was the case with Book 2, there were moments that the tension and suspense were so high that I had to stop myself from skipping ahead.

    The entire trilogy was such a great ride. I loved the characters, the world-building, the action goodness, and how all the pieces of the story finally came together in the end. The conclusion was done well, though I do think (

  • The Behrg

    I'm one of those many readers who fell in love with this series w/ its first installment. While the premise isn't overtly original (substitute "brilliants" with "mutants" in any X-Men comic and you'd have pretty much have the same story), the execution and colorful characters really made the whole thing gel. It was a smart thriller series and a lot of fun to read.

    The end to the trilogy for me, however, sucked all the fun right out of it. I felt this book fell into so many cliches, from terrible

  • Kate

    this is how a trilogy should be written! You definitely want to read the first 2 books before reading this one-it's not really a standalone read. Lots of action, the characters blossom and I had a hard time putting it down. Will miss this storyline but Sakey certainly did it justice.

  • Sunsy

    Dies ist nun der Abschluss der Trilogie über sogenannte Abnorme in einer fiktiven Welt. Wieder von vielen Intrigen und Machtkämpfen, offen und indirekt durchdrungen, gewinnt nun eine Seite der Kontrahenten und verhindert die Ausbreitung eines verheerenden Virus'.

    Ich wurde gut unterhalten und gebe 08/10 Punkte.

  • Skip

    The conclusion (?) to the Brilliance trilogy, although Sakey did leave the door open for further books, if he does not find success with another character. Terrorist John Smith wants the persecution of brilliants/twists to stop, and seems to be several steps ahead of everyone by grabbing some scientific research. Meanwhile, a ragtag group of militia are making a move on the New Canaan Holdfast of billionaire Erik Epstein using unorthodox means to combat the defenses. Our hero Nick Cooper has to ...more

  • Colleen

    A limp weak ending to a promising series, at least for me. I really liked the first one, was on board with the second (though I thought it was also weaker than the first--and my mother who enjoyed the first too, gave up midway through A Better World with a "eh, I'm done with this"), but this third one barely made it over the finish line and I had to struggle to keep going with it, which is rare for me in last book to a trilogy. Maybe the movie will be better, and I see it's under development and ...more