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Domination ~ Review

The C.H.A.O.S. Trilogy
By Jon S. Lewis

Colt McAlister is humanities hope for survival against the Thule and their need to eradicate the human race.  But the Thule have been here for years though most of us have been unaware of their existence until recently.  But the American government has been aware of their existence since the Second World War when the Thule assisted Hilter in his attempt at world dominance.

Colt is the first and only success in the government's attempt to create a Thule enhanced human super soldier.  The fate of the world is placed on the shoulders of a 16 year old young man who finds it hard to believe that he can be the longed for hope of an entire planet.

As Colt struggles with the changes that the Thule blood is causing within him, he along with the other CHAOS cadets is training for a mission that will take them to Gathmara - the Thule homeworld.  Can they destroy Koenig and his alliance with the Thule factions before the mass invasion  takes place and the human race is destroyed by a seemingly unstoppable enemy who will destroy his own people just to intimidate his opposition?

As Koenig attempts to turn Colt, so that he will betray humanity, Colt clings to the promise that God is his refuge and strength, a present help in times of trouble. Leaning on God Colt is able to overcome his fears, even to the point that he is willing to sacrifice himself to save his friends and his planet.  The battle comes with a cost as Phantom Squad loses several of their own.

Domination  is an exciting conclusion to the CHAOS trilogy and is not to be missed.  You don't have to read the first two books in the series, but it is highly recommended that you do so to fully enjoy and follow the story.

The publisher has provided me with a complimentary copy of this book  through BookSneeze for this review, but all opinions express are my own.