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This book was a lot of fun to read just like the three before this one. There’s plenty of action and excitement with a good story. I immediately got interested in the characters enjoying their evolution into wiser, more effective people who, despite losses, persisted. Every book I’ve read by Vincen Casil is a stunning masterpiece of character development. I advise all readers to read this series. The plot has many layers that unravel a little in each book, leaving you questioning everything and needing the next book. -Amazon Review
Miranda takes you back to her childhood and what it’s like living in their underwater metropolis, including the significant concerns that only visitors from the past can resolve.
Beforehand she and her fellow soldiers share a few meaningful tales of what has influenced most of the colonists deep into the abyss, among them an ancestor of Raymond and Nathan, David’s friends who they never knew, who made a heroic task saving civilizations both sides of the planetary system from above and below the sea. His name was Michael Herron, and just like the three friends, he got lost in the distant future of the SWARM world.
“Underwater Metropolis” is book 4 in the Swarm Series, and just like the previous books, it didn’t disappoint. The book starts by introducing Professor Arnold McBright as he performs a mysterious ritual on his friends. The use of rituals and herbal medicines adds an intriguing mystical element to the story, making me want to read more.
My favorite part of the book was the vivid world-building. Each chapter introduces unique settings, from underwater cities to cornfields and Indian villages, immersing me in diverse and imaginative landscapes. The attention to detail in describing futuristic technology, such as holograms and advanced medical procedures, really adds a layer of believability to the story. -Amazon Review