For What It's Worth

For What It's Worth

Monday, May 2, 2016

Review: Phase Shift (Chaos Station, #5) by Jenn Burke, Kelly Jensen


Phase Shift (Chaos Station, #5)Zander and Felix’s relationship has always pushed boundaries—personal and professional alike—but their love and commitment is stronger than ever. So strong that Zander’s ready to ask commitment-shy Felix the question of a lifetime when he’s interrupted. The Chaos is being hacked, and crucial, top secret information about the project that created Zander—and his fellow super soldiers—has been leaked.

Neither man could have expected the enormity of what’s discovered at the end of the data trail: an entire colony of super soldiers run by the very doctor who changed Zander’s life forever. And now she needs them both—Zander to train her new crop of soldiers, and Felix’s new crystalline arm to stabilize their body chemistry.

With help from the unlikeliest of allies, Zander, Felix and theChaos crew must destroy the project and all its ill-gotten information. But when the team is split up and Felix is MIA after a dangerous run, galactic disaster is a very real possibility…and Zander may have missed his chance to ask for forever. ~
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Source: e-arc provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review

Review:
Phase Shift is the 5th, and last book, in the Chaos Station series. While it’s always sad to say goodbye to characters and a world I love – this was the perfect send off.

Burke and Jensen put poor Felix and Zed through the emotional and physical wringer during this series and they have finally gotten their, well deserved, HEA. Not without a few more obstacles thrown their way of course.

Phase Shift had absolutely everything I was hoping for...romance, action, answers and plenty of time with all of the Chaos crew.

Despite not being a huge fan of sci-fi this quickly became one of my favorite series and I highly recommend it if you’re looking for complex relationships and Firefly like action!

You can check out my Speed Date review of the first three book here.





16 comments:

  1. I do love these short reviews :)

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  2. I usually prefer the fantasy side of sci-fi, but not always. Might have to look into this series!

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    1. Fantasy is hot or miss with me so this one works more for me because it's not toooo detailed and overwhelming.

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  3. Oh nice. Ending books are usually my least fave, but I've noticed several winners lately. So glad to hear that this is one of them!

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    1. There's nothing better than when your favorite series end well.

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  4. I like Firefly, but I don't think I can "read" it. You mentioned complex relationships, I might enjoy this too as long as its more of that and less science-y

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    1. I didn't like Firefly lol It's not too sciency - which is probably why I like it. Just enough to be different and interesting but not so much that it's overwhelming.

      It's really more about the characters and ther relationships.

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  5. Sounds like a series I really need to check out. I don't read a lot of sci-fi, but I've found that I really like certain books! Glad you liked this last novel.

    -Lauren

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    1. I think you might like this one Lauren. the relationships are fantastic with fun action.

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  6. Glad to hear this series ended with the perfect send-off.

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  7. You're SO right Karen! it's always hard to say goodbye to a beloved series and characters that you feel like you've gone through lot with! But then there's always MORE books that you're going to fall in love with! I'm glad this book was the perfect send-of to your perfect series! I know the next series you fall in love with is going to sweep you off your feet! <3 Muahh!

    xoxo

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  8. Actually, I (crazily) started with this one, not realizing it was a series but caught on...and now I need to read the series!

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