As Clair searches for a solution, a surprising new ally emerges from the ashes. Together they fight their way through the digital and political minefield in the hope of saving Jesse, her friends and the whole of humanity.
In this particular novel, Claire and her comrades are trying their best to undo all the worlds problems. Even though Clair has lost favour with those that surround her, after she destroyed the world, doing their best to makes things right. But this proved to be extremely difficult, yet they never deterred or gave up. There were times when I as the reader became confused as I couldn’t quite follow up on what was happening as it's quite a heavy science read.
Though the world was destroyed, there was still respite lives within a virtual world known as the Yard. The Yard was originally created by Wallace where he manufactured a new reality, bringing back the scans of dupes from the past. Friends and foes have been regenerated, and whispers that run through Clair’s head with shear warnings of a world outside cause quite the dilemma. But Clair is no longer stable. There are glitches in-between the rifts from her and her dupes. Copies of herself taken from scans shortly after the height of improvement.
Though there was a less world building in this novel than the previous two, it still provided to be fascinating. Twinmaker was truly an incredible, unique world filled with original ideas that questioned human morals and ethics. Overall, I would highly recommend reading these books in order as they are quite complex, and do require your undivided attention.
***for an honest and unbiased review***
BOOK 1: Twinmaker: Jump
BOOK 2: Crashland: Crash
BOOK 3: Hollowgirl: Fall