A check for a billion credits. The prize seemed lost forever and here it glittered again with all its colors, drawing the couple like a magnet. The pirates, the Uldans, the Zatrathi—none of it mattered now. The final goal was so close. All they had to do was reach out and grasp it.
Alas, fortune refuses to land in Surgeon’s hand just like that, without a fight. Fortune only comes to those who can prove themselves. Will Alexis and Eunice find their inner strength and go to the end—or will the obstacles in their way force them to give up their search? After all, the most important thing is to find the planet with the prize. And yet faced with an entire galaxy, where do they even start?
My Opinion: 493 pages, $6.99, Not Available on Kindle Unlimited
Full disclosure: I received an advanced copy for review. I purchased a copy when it became available.
The final novel in the series according to the author. There are some good resolutions to the big conflicts in the series, though the game mechanics are minimized greatly. There are good space fights, tense betrayals, and surprising story twists as the main character (MC) and his pregnant wife search for their promised prize and fight not only alien empires but the pirates that they are supposed to be aligned with. Good stuff all around and while some aspects are forced it’s a nice conclusion to the series.
Score: 7.2 out of 10
A Check for a Billion (Galactogon Book #3): LitRPG Series (Aug. 30th, 2019)