Trinity Evolution (Vu-Hak War #3) By P.A. Vasey

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Trinity Evolution (Vu-Hak War #3)

I really enjoyed reading Trinity Evolution by P.A. Vasey. It is the third book of the Trinity trilogy. (Even without having read the first two, I still could pick up the story.) I was hooked right from the beginning when the narrator says, I waited for death, but the Reaper does not call.

The trilogy is a thriller about the future of the human species. The author, being a doctor, knows enough science and medicine to make the fictitious technical passages sound believable. A couple of times I did feel as if I was in a commercial hearing someone talk about juicedratic equations, though.

The novel is written by a man from a woman's POV. For the most part, I didn't notice this except in two places: At one point, Kate (the narrator) changes her clothes and she says that she put on a figure-hugging outfit. Most women would not describe their own clothes that way. Later, Kate sits down and says, I slid my ass across the couch. Because the author was born in the UK and now lives in Australia, some expressions are a little off. Other expressions are just errors (like predominately instead of predominantly and comprised of instead of composed of). It also referred to a game of snakes and ladders, which is the British name for a game that was sold in the U.S. as Chutes and Ladders.

The book brings up ideas that are worth mulling over even after the book is finished. One of my favorite lines is this: Forever is a gift craved by all until it's won.

Now I will have to read the first two novels in the trilogy, however! Trinity Evolution (Vu-Hak War #3) A well-written and fascinating sci-fi story...

Forty-some years ago my uncle gave me a science fiction anthology. It was a thick red hardback that I read from cover to cover. It inspired a lifelong love of the genre. The stories in that book made me think outside the box. They filled me with awe for the imagination it took to write them. That book still remains in my collection today. The title is OMNIBUS OF SCIENCE FICTION, edited by Groff Conklin, a well-known and prolific editor of the genre. It was published in 1952, the Golden Age of Science Fiction. It’s a substantial volume, 562 pages, with 43 stories divided into sections relating to a common theme. Some stories are fun, some are thought-provoking, and some are adventurous. I love them all.

TRINITY EVOLUTION: Vu-Hak War Book 3 by PA Vasey is a superbly written and richly descriptive novel with brilliantly drawn characters and settings. The threads of storytelling are expertly woven in this unique and fascinating sci-fi that it guarantees the attention of the reader. It had me turning the pages from beginning to end. In addition, the characters are drawn with great credibility and conviction. There’s also plenty of imagery in the writing style that makes you feel you are right there in the story, and that’s something I look for in a good book.

This was a fascinating and captivating read that had me immersed from the beginning. The story flowed from scene to scene with ease, and the author shows exceptional ability when it comes to storytelling. There are plenty of attention-grabbing moments in this page turner that will take the reader on a truly mesmerizing journey. Highly recommended! Trinity Evolution (Vu-Hak War #3) This is the third of a trilogy, and I had not read the first two, so I can answer the question, does it matter if you have not? Overall, it is obvious that there is some background missing, but presumably was present in the earlier ones, but if you are prepared to take the situation in the first chapters at face value, I don’t think it matters too much. Trinity is a planet (technically a moon) around a gas giant in a distant solar system. The story follows Kate, her daughter cloned from some DNA, and a number of other humans who are trying to defend themselves against the Vu-Hak, a sort of ephemeral race, of which they have one representative that has taken over one body. Where are the rest? At the same time, a sentient android using Vu-Hak technology is busy helping the humans by creating a huge number with enhanced properties. What could go wrong? Actually, lots.
The writing is clear, and better still, it is not padded. The plot goes ahead at a good clip, the action is well described as is the background where relevant. The problems arising from the genetically engineered “humans Mark 2” are not hugely surprising, but there is a surprising development towards the end that I did not see coming. No spoiling, but the surprise, the way the story progressed nicely, and the absence of irrelevant musings of the author meant this is strongly recommended.
Trinity Evolution (Vu-Hak War #3) Sci-Fi At Its Best

Trinity Evolution: Vu-Hak War Book 3 by P.A. Vasey is the third narrative and offering under the Trinity labeled series.

This particular volume builds on the previous volumes penned but, in itself, is a quality stand-alone writing that captures the science fiction plot imagined by the writer and brought to life for the reader on its pages.

Specifically, the destruction of earth has occurred and the Vu-Hak nuclear destruction of the planet finds the survivors of the holocaust being relocated in a distant galaxy. On the time continuum, the relocation has occurred 15,000 years before the destruction of earth. The survivors have settled on an orbiting moon that has not a one-star system but two suns.

The thrillling plot is that the survivors of the Vu-Hak disaster will try to intercede in the future destruction of the earth because they have arrived prior 15,000 years before its demise. So the quest is on to find the ancestors of those attackers and prevent the future destruction of earth.

Added to the mix is the scientific discovery and implementation of cloning in which those that are cloned are downloaded with human knowledge. The concept of these clones and being genetically enhanced will ensure the future of the citizens of earth with their intervention of future events.

Of course, like all quality reads and novels, Trinity Evolution: Vu-Hak War Book 3 is not without its surprises and twists and delves the reader deeper into the engaging story. In this particular volume, it would seem that the technology being blended with humanity holds a few surprises coupled with the possible reality that other life may exist.

With the storyline being a significant number of years earlier, there is the unique narrative of relatives and specifically a mother and daughter meeting each other before they became actually mother and daughter. Interesting!

Trinity Evolution: Vu-Hak War Book 3 by P.A. Vasey is a marvelous gift to the avid science fiction reader. If the other two volumes have been read, this third offering will not disappoint.

The author is very skillful in weaving an engaging and exciting story that is sure to maintain the reader's imagination and attention. His vocabulary is truly descriptive and brings the imaginative story to life. Also, as a wonderful addition, his command of medical terminology and experience adds a specialness to the narrative. Trinity Evolution (Vu-Hak War #3) The Vu-Hak wars continue in Trinity Evolution. The Vu-Hak have destroyed the earth but some humans have survived and are now relocated (through some nifty Science Fiction time warping) fifteen thousand years into their own past. They are not on earth anymore, but on a small moon in a binary system. Building an outpost and a new home for the remnants of their civilization, the survivors come across an unexpected consequence of their time travel: The predecessors of the Vu-Hak are nearby and with that an opportunity. Will the humans make the right choices? What is interfering with their technology? And is their new home base truly as safe as they believe?
An interesting third entry into this journey, I suggest reading the other books first in order not to get lost in the technology that is commonly used. The story flowed well, and I found it entertaining. There were some interesting ethical questions posed in this book which I think the author did a good job of exploring.
Trinity Evolution (Vu-Hak War #3)

Survival for Life

What a journey! Even though this is book three in the series, the reader can tell that things have progressed and humans are growing or getting resurrected in a “different body”. The survivors, having been taken back 15,000 years, are figuring out ways to survive the ancestors that led to Earth’s destruction in the now distant future. Fast-paced and emotional, I was able to fully immerse myself in the action, and could feel those emotions running high as they go through their struggles and battles to give the human race a chance at survival as well as a chance to change the future. I enjoyed this book more than I expected to and encourage others to give the series a try. Trinity Evolution (Vu-Hak War #3) Our author PA Vasey returns with the third book of the trinity evolution. Vu-Hak War Book 3. The survivors from Vu- Hack have arrived in a distant galaxy, and while trying to have a life orbiting a gas giant in a binary star system. Adult humans are being grown from embryonic stem cells and trying to ensure the future of the race. Suddenly something happens because of the machine-biological interface within the growing humans and unexpected things keep happening. Will the galaxy be uninhabited?
I am very pleased with this trilogy. Vasey’s imagination is wonderful, and he was able to translate every detail of this new world. Sci-fi meets mystery and futuristic details to create this universe. The reading is very interesting and easy to follow up. I highly recommend this novel and can’t wait for the next story.
Trinity Evolution (Vu-Hak War #3) The Vu-Hak is a war book written by one of my favorite authors, PA VASEY. Although I am not a big fan of war books, I couldn’t resist reading this one. Having read the first two parts already, the third part has left the other two ways behind in storytelling and character development. The writing style of the author reflects his credentials and the clarity with which he uses the medical terminologies.

The thing which kept me hooked until the third part is the nuances and details with which the author has described the story. The pace of the story is balanced, and it does not seem rushed even till the third part. I could not think of any better ending to the trilogy as the author has given. To create an altogether entire new universe with negligent plot holes shines throughout the book. It is undoubtedly one of the best works produced in the world of sci-fi. Trinity Evolution (Vu-Hak War #3) This is the third book in a trilogy. I haven’t read the first two books, but the author did a good job of getting me up to speed on relevant history to make this a good stand alone.
It's a long read with an evolving storyline. There is one major point that started to become obvious. I thought it would be the big reveal at the end of the book, but it wasn’t. The story acknowledges the surprise well before the end, and uses it for another plot line.
The author stays true to the first person singular perspective, which I appreciate. I find it distracting when narration jumps.
This is an imaginative story with a lot of suspense. I found the characters likable, believable and engaging. I recommend this book. Trinity Evolution (Vu-Hak War #3) War or evolution
This passionate science fiction reader and writer has surprised me again with the third instalment in the saga Vu-Hak War. In this third book, “Trinity Evolution”, he continues the story of the people who survived to the destruction of planet Earth and how they have found a place to settle and evolve in a remote part of the galaxy.
Once more, Paul A. Vasey amazes his readers with a wonderful story. The plot is skilfully developed page after page and the twists and turns in it make it compelling. The more I read, the more I got into the story until I was convinced the events in the book could really happen. Although it is a science fiction tale, it is very realistic and believable. This shows the author’s mastery of the genre. I recommend it. Trinity Evolution (Vu-Hak War #3)