From the two previous installments of The Game Series, we meet up again with Henrik Pettersson and his sister, Rebecca. In this last book, we find things more out of control than the previous books. HP is more paranoid than ever believing everyone is out to get him, while his sister has taken a leave from the police force because everything has spiraled out of control for her as well. With not much option left, HP decides to take on one last challenge with the Game Master in hopes this will finally expose who the mastermind is behind the Game. But all doesn’t go as planned and neither HP nor Rebecca is prepared for what lies ahead for the both of them.
I have to say that I just loved this book and felt that this was a great ending to this suspenseful series. There were so many twists and turns, that when I thought I knew what would happen next, I was totally wrong. The author is a Swedish one who crossed over to the US and I’m so glad his books are offered here. Even though he finished the series off, I personally feel the way he ended this book could definitely leave the option open for him to add another installment to this series very easily. If you’re in the market for a fun, suspense filled story that will take you on a roller coaster ride of your life, than look no further. I highly recommend this book and the entire The Game Series.
The thrilling conclusion to The Game Trilogy. HP is now living off the grid, convinced he is being hunted by both the police and the masterminds behind the Game, with no one to trust and the boundaries between reality and the virtual worlds dangerously blurred. He resolves to complete one final mission in order to expose the Game and uncover the truth behind it. Ousted from the police force, Rebecca is in crisis, self-medicating to cope with stress. When she finds a safety deposit box that belonged to her father, she is shocked to find that it contains a gun and several passports. She starts her own search for the truth: what is the connection between her father's past, the Game and what is happening to HP?