Sisterhood of the Sun: Daughters of Eve
by Martin Schiller
This is the third and final installment in the Sisterhood of the Sun trilogy by Martin. As is fitting he weaves all of his or her story lines together into a singularity that is not really given away by anything I remember from the first two books.
Some folks have multiple personalities by design and others just come by it naturally. That covers the human side. The alien side is much more complex and is built to a culmination using the human characters in the story as carefully aligned mirrors. One message we can take away from this tale is that the Galaxy and beyond, the Universe, is a big place and any bragging that one of us understands either of them fully at this stage is…”Boolkekk”.
The quality of the work is nested in the author’s world building and how societies can appear benevolent when in fact they have only your enslavement high on the list. Though there are some editing misses, none of them detracted from my enjoyment of the story. Four out of five gratitude points from me.