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The prized possession of first the Third Reich then the Soviet Army Only Britain's warlocks and the dark magics they yield have successfully countered the threat posed by these superhuman armiesBut for decades this conflict has been manipulated by Gretel the mad seer. You know how sometimes you fall in love with a book say Tregillis first novel Bitter Seeds You love the WWII spycraft you love the action the Nazi superheroes and the British warlocks You love the explosions and the way momentum is totally conserved And then you re afraid that the rest of the series might not live up to the awesomeness that was the first book Then you read book 2 The Coldest War and it also totally rocks but really how likely is it that the third book in the series will leave you walking away satisfied anxious to pick up the author s next bookWell Necessary Evil knocked the socks off my expectations It surprised me it wooed me it had me biting my nails and it made me cry It s a phenomenal conclusion to the Milkweed trilogy As always Tregillis delivers awesome action great intrigue fascinating characters and some of the best prose you ll find in the genre I couldn t put it down and had to fight off my husband to read it first I m glad I won Twisted prized The Exploration of the Male Anatomy possession of first the Third Reich then the Soviet Army Only Britain's warlocks and the dark magics they yield have successfully countered the threat Transforming Multilateral Diplomacy: The Inside Story of the Sustainable Development Goals posed by these superhuman armiesBut for decades this conflict has been manipulated by Gretel the mad seer. You know how sometimes you fall in love with a book say Tregillis first novel Bitter Seeds You love the WWII spycraft you love the action the Nazi superheroes and the British warlocks You love the explosions and the way momentum is totally conserved And then you re afraid that the rest of the series might not live up to the awesomeness that was the first book Then you read book 2 The Coldest War and it also totally rocks but really how likely is it that the third book in the series will leave you walking away satisfied anxious to All Night Long (Nannies, pick up the author s next bookWell Necessary Evil knocked the socks off my expectations It surprised me it wooed me it had me biting my nails and it made me cry It s a The Freeze-Frame Revolution prose you ll find in the genre I couldn t The New-York Review, and Atheneum Magazine, Vol. 2 put it down and had to fight off my husband to read it first I m glad I won

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Necessary Evil Milkweed Triptych #3

And now her long plan has come to fruition And with it a danger vastly greater than anything the world has known Now British Intelligence officer Raybould Marsh must make a last ditch effort to change the course of history if his nation and those he loves are to survi. This is still one of the most original concepts I ve come across in uite some time I was very excited to see what would happen when Marsh is sent back in time as has been foreshadowed since the very first book However I didn t get uite the book I expectedThere was a lot of unreuited love to deal with that I wasn t expecting Old Marsh as I ll refer to the Marsh who was sent back from the 60 s to the 40 s becomes obsessed with his wife Liv He is still trying to change the future but he sends his younger self off to do the hard stuff while he hangs around his old home mooning over his family I wasn t especially fond of that relationship in the previous books and I wasn t prepared for the 1st person POV of Old Marsh and how much that POV centered around regret for his family We get a POV from Gretel here too and sadly she is not the anti hero that I was rooting for her to be making the tough decisions necessary to save the world at least once No she s also romantically obsessed with Marsh She s also undoubtedly nuts I think I wanted her to be than she actually turns out to be so I was a bit disappointed I didn t feel like we saw enough from the 40 s this time around to be as interested in plot development I already knew about the farm and the records and the pixies and the warlocks Things do turn out differently but I didn t get as much emotional mileage out of them as I thought I might possibly due to all the romantic distractions Also I missed Klaus I loved that character and we don t get any POV from him this time around although we do see him in action So I didn t uite get what I was expecting Romance between Old Marsh and Liv meant not enough focus was given to the WWII arena which was what I was hoping for However I am a huge fan of Ian Tregillis loved the other books and look forward to reading anything else he writes

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The history of the Twentieth Century has been shaped by a secret conflict between technology and magic When a twisted Nazi scientist devised a way to imbue ordinary humans with supernatural abilities to walk through walls throw fire and see the future his work became. This third and final volume in the Milkweed Triptych was enjoyable but ultimately a disappointment Tregillis continues to deliver on the fast paced action and handles the rewriting of the timeline of Bitter Seeds and The Coldest War well With two Raybould Marshes running around his decision to make Old Marsh s perspective first person and Young Marsh s third person kept the two narratives clearly separate Some of the suspense is lost when it becomes clear that this new timeline is our actual history which presumably isn t going to be obliterated by Eidolons but the internal suspense such as Liv and the baby heading off to doomed Coventry for safety keeps the story movingIt s the ending I object to in which all the loose ends are tied up and Gretel finally receives her just reward view spoilerShe s not killed but marooned on a barren island by Marsh and Marsh with her wires cut off and left with an ongoing supply of food so she ll live a long life in torment without being able to use her power hide spoiler


10 thoughts on “Necessary Evil Milkweed Triptych #3

  1. says:

    This third and final volume in the Milkweed Triptych was enjoyable but ultimately a disappointment Tregillis continues to deliver on the fast paced action and handles the rewriting of the timeline of Bitter Seeds and The Coldest War well With

  2. says:

    The plot of Necessary Evil is just as fast paced and intricate as all the other books In fact with the time jump going on I’d say it’s even intricate than the other books It’s detailed and riveting Tregillis ends his series wi

  3. says:

    I hope I get this cover rather than this one Ideally they will be reissued with covers that match

  4. says:

    After being disappointed by the ending of Book two this one fully redeems the trilogy The story comes to a satisfy

  5. says:

    You know how sometimes you fall in love with a book say Tregillis' first novel Bitter Seeds? You love the WWII spycraft you love the action the Nazi superheroes and the British warlocks You love the explosions and the way momentum is totally conserved And then you're afraid that the rest of the series might not live up to

  6. says:

    A solid end to an impressive trilogy Definitely going to get round to Tregillis’ next series soon which involves robots

  7. says:

    Necessary Evil is the final instalment of the Milkweed Triptych trilogy I must admit war novels are not my thing and usually I don't even consider picking one up This series however has some riveting aspects that a

  8. says:

    Review of Necessary Evil by Ian TregillisAWESOME CONCLUSION TO A BRILLIANT SERIESNo spoilersI really loved this series and it was fun to read the third and concluding novel of the Milkweed Triptych Necessary Evil by Ian Tregillis The plot threads were nicely tied up and I was constantly surprised with the direction of the bookThe first two Bitter Seeds and Coldest War were amazingly good see my reviews of bo

  9. says:

    This is still one of the most original concepts I've come across in uite some time I was very excited to see what would happen when Marsh is sent back in time as has been foreshadowed since the very first book However I didn't get uite the book I expectedThere was a lot of unreuited love to deal with that I wasn't expecting Old Marsh as I'll refer to the Marsh who was sent back from the 60's to the 40's becomes obsessed with his w

  10. says:

    I liked Bitter Seeds although it was a bit rough I thoroughly enjoyed The Coldest War despite its cliffhanger ending I had great expectations w

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