Death in Time by Robyn Nyx (The Extractor Trilogy, Book 3)

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The Extractor Trilogy | Book 3

Landry Donovan’s ordered world has been turned inside out. Her best friend and fellow Pulsus employee, Jacqulyn Delaney, has gone rogue back in 2035. She’s intent on taking over Pulsus and changing the past to suit her future, and she’s proven she’ll even go through Landry to make it happen.

Landry must go back to 2035 and finish their original mission to save the biophysicist, Muniz, from the vicious serial killer, Nelida Staton. She’s also been tasked with the secondary mission to put a stop to Delaney’s hostile takeover. Her help comes in the form of government agent Brooke Jackson, who has an agenda of her own. Angry and betrayed, Landry still wonders if she can save Delaney, or if she’ll have to pay the ultimate price. And then there’s Jade, her beautiful, strong girlfriend. Can Landry really have it all, or is she putting Jade’s heart, and life, at risk?

When the inevitable battle with Delaney finally comes around, will Landry act with her heart or her head?

3 reviews for Death in Time by Robyn Nyx (The Extractor Trilogy, Book 3)

  1. admin

    Seriously impressive
    By on Jul 22, 2018 06:07

    A seriously impressive end to this amazing trilogy! ‘Death in Time’, the third book in the series has Landry dealing with the repercussions of her friend Delaney’s actions. Her work as an extractor for Pulsus, an organisation that goes back in time to make small changes for the good of the future, is becoming more difficult. And it’s the emotional toll not the physical that worries her most. She has to face her own past as well as what she really wants for her future with Jade. The mission is full-on action that never lets up. Brooke Jackson adds something a bit different as she is not from their time. I liked her and she really worked as part of the team. The story had a real depth and answered a lot of questions. We got to see a very different side to Landry as she realised what it meant to love someone so completely. And it wasn’t just her love for Jade, but for others in her circle. I felt that they had completed a journey and I am so glad to have gone along for the ride. The whole arc was exceptionally well written. I highly recommend it.

    Reviewed by Karen McIntosh

  2. admin

    I loved this book
    By on Jun 11, 2018 12:06

    This is the third in Robyn Nyx’ Extractor series, and an excellent and satisfying conclusion to the story of Landry and Delaney, supported by some great secondary characters…

    While the main thrust of the book is developing the Pulsus story, there is added focus here that is very much about love and respect, emotional conflict and mental health, and how adding all these to the mix can lead to real life-changing consequences for those involved, directly and indirectly.

    As expected, the book is very well written, with plenty of action and twists and turns. All the very many story threads, and the inherent difficulties of time travel are handled with care, which is very satisfying. Overall, I loved this book and heartily recommend the whole series.

    Reviewed by Sam Alexander

  3. admin

    I loved this book and this series
    By on May 17, 2018 10:05

    Death In Time by Robyn Nyx is the third and final book in The Extractor series. It is science fiction with a lot of action thrown in and romance as well. It is a fantastic read and the perfect end to the series.

    …This book was slightly different than the previous two in that Nyx spent a good portion of the book looking at the personal relationships between Landry and the women in her life. Landry is the highly capable, brash and closed-off hero of the trilogy. She is able to set everything aside for her missions. She performs her missions as an extractor to make changes in the past to make a better future. When we first meet her in book one, she is a soldier first and nothing else. But here in book three, she has become so much more. She has a girlfriend, a mother, a best friend, dear friends and an honorary niece. We see her world grow and watch her emotional growth over the course of the novels. The redemptive power of love is a huge take-away from this book. There were more than a few times where I found myself on the verge of tears while reading some of Landry’s conversations with her best friend Delaney.

    This isn’t to say that there isn’t a good amount of thrill and suspense. Nyx writes fantastic action scenes and deftly throws in plot twists along the way. I really found myself pausing to try and wrap my mind around the various time jumps and playing out their ramifications. There are two new characters added to the mix which brings just the right amount of freshness to the series.

    I loved this book and this series. I can’t wait to see what this author has planned next.

    Reviewed by Victoria Dagestino

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