This is an excellent science fiction epic
However, it’s a rough ride. almost everyone gets hurt, killed, or damaged. It does end with hope. Here’s the blurb:
“These critically acclaimed novels deftly chronicle one courageous woman’s spiritual and physical battles and the eternal consequences of her struggle–not only for herself and Brennan Caldwell, the man she loves, but also for the worlds she seeks to save. With her own people seeking her sacrifice, Lady Firebird finds herself swept toward an exciting but perilous destiny. Capturing the imaginations of readers of all genres, the complete story is now offered in this 3-in-1 volume. Fans of science fiction and fantasy from a Christian worldview and readers who simply love great storytelling will be thrilled by the thoughtful themes and intriguing plots of this compelling trilogy.”
There are some problems—I mentioned some of them in my review of book one. The issues I had spiritually are not really resolved. Kathy did write that she intentionally wrote a book that was pre-Messiah. The God portrayed in the books is recognizable and good. A savior is prophesied, but hasn’t arrived yet. The believers are realistically created. So, what’s my problem? I don’t have one really. It’s a bit disappointing that a savior and the Holy spirit have no part. It’s the reason I still give the trilogy four stars.
It is a wonderful story, beautifully told, full of the titillation of telepathy, telekinesis, and so on. It doesn’t come close to the power and wonder of the Warrior Kind series. But I do highly recommend it.