Review of Lifemaker (The Great Iron War #2) by Dean F. Wilson

  

The blurb: The Regime is on the hunt, forcing the Resistance to take refuge aboard the Lifemaker, an advanced submarine that houses a special cargo: a handful of women who are can give birth to human children.

To evade the Regime’s own submersibles, all parties must work together, but tensions are high, and not everyone on board is looking out for the greater good.As they descend into the deeps, they quickly learn that not all monsters work for the Regime. 

Review: After Hopebreaker, now it’s the time for Lifemaker. 

If you are wondering that whether Lifemaker is as good as Hopebreaker. Then, you need not worry. This book is quite good and has all the drama and suspense as the previous one. The book will reveal more secrets about Jacob and Whistler. The reasons behind Whistler’s powers to sense demons will be revealed finally and I am sure you will be shocked to know the secret. 

The Lifemaker is a submarine and this time it’s not only about the fight with the Regime but is also about the survival, mainly about the survival of the pure race. The Lifemaker will serve as a refuge to the members of the resistance and the pure race. 

The author has maintained his hold on the story and the timing of the revelation of the secrets is totally perfect. With each secret revealed you will be dumbfounded and it will be so unexpected that for a moment you will be left wondering that what has exactly happened.

This book is  like a perfect recipe with all the ingredients in the right amount giving it a mouth watering flavour. 

Since this book is all about the suspense and thriller, I won’t be talking much about the story here. But those of you who have read the Hopebreaker should definitely read this book and those of you who have not yet read Hopebreaker. What are you waiting for? Go grab the copies of Hopebreaker and Lifemaker and enjoy the books.

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