Raining Fire (Ben Gold #3) by Rajan Khanna
Publication Date: July 18th 2017
Details: Paperback, 271 pages
Source: Won a copy from Goodreads
Ben Gold, former airship pilot has lost everything: his airship, his friends, and Miranda, the woman he loves. All that he has left is a thirst for revenge, a reckless plan to sate it, and some journal entries from Miranda to help ground him in the chaos. As he spirals out of control, he must survive old friends, new enemies, and of course Ferals, the mindless, violent victims of the global pandemic that shattered the world.
Meanwhile, the Cabal, a group of scientists on the floating city of Valhalla, are using the disease as a weapon while the militant Valhallans continue their raiding and destruction across the continent. When raiders from Valhalla massacre a town of innocents, Ben finds a new purpose in doing anything he can to undermine their power.
Ben must reunite with old friends and find new ones if he is to succeed. Can he overcome the forces arrayed against him in time to save himself–and maybe the world?
I won a copy of this book from Goodreads and I am so thankful that I did.
This trilogy is the best thing I’ve read this year. I absolutely loved it and everything about it. While reading this last book, I didn’t want to put it down, but when I had to put it down I struggled. Part of me couldn’t wait to get back to it. I wanted to get back into the world and be with the characters, but another part of me wanted to make the book last as long as possible. I hate that this is a trilogy. I want more.
This last book was great. I usually don’t like that last book in a series, but I really enjoyed this one. All three books were fantastic. I don’t know what else I can say because I don’t want to spoil anything. What I want is for you to pick up the first book, Falling Sky, and give it a read. You wont regret it. I’m already working on getting my mom to read it and after that I will be bugging my cousin. I just loved this trilogy so much and I can’t stop gushing. Please read it. The whole thing. Just buy all three books at once and read them.
This is definitely a new favorite and I will be re-reading these again soon. I will also read anything by Rajan Khanna. But seriously, why did this need to be a trilogy? I need more.
5 out of 5 stars