Supreme Leader of Anstractor, by Greg Dragon

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When Anstractor needs him most, supreme leader Rafian goes missing–lost without a trace. The Geralos are violently and ruthlessly taking over while the Phasers attempt to ward them off. But an inexplicable act teleports members of the Phasers to several places around the galaxy. While millions of innocent lives are lost, the galaxy waits in hope that Rafian VCA will slow the Geralos wave. But Rafian is nowhere to be found. And his enemies are killing his friends one-by-one and uncovering all of his secrets along the way. Anstractor is not strong enough to stop the Geralos alone. Will the Phasers find a way to victory without their leader to guide them?

The third book in The Next Phase series starts out a little slow. This makes sense, as the author needs to recap the events that happened in books one and two. Then, of course, stuff goes sideways. Rafian VCA goes missing and the lizards are bent on wiping out the Phasers.

There wasn’t as much interaction between Rafian and Marian. This was necessary for the plot, but I missed them together cutting through lizards like nobody’s business.

Over all, Supreme Leader of Anstractor is a satisfying end to the trilogy, and it leaves the author the option to write more in the same universe. This is easily four stars.

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Greg Dragon has been a creative writer for several years, and has authored on topics of relationship, finance, physical fitness and more through different sources of media. In particular, his online magazine has been a source of much pragmatic information, which has been helpful to many. As a result, his work continues to grow with a large and loyal fan base.

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About Mark Gardner

Mark Gardner lives in northern Arizona with his wife, three children and a pair of spoiled dogs. Mark holds a degree in Computer Systems and Applications and is currently attending Northern Arizona University. View all posts by Mark Gardner

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