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Reviewed by Tammy Ruggles for Readers' Favorite
Haunter Grey - Outliers: Haunter Grey Book 3, by Ross C Miller, is an immersive, compelling science fiction novel that sweeps you into the lives and stories of the characters. What if you were the definition of a monster? If you were caught up in the first two Haunter Grey books, then hold on to your hat. This one is a deep-dive into the characters, and the plot is alluring enough to attract the most casual of science fiction fans: DNA experiments. Human DNA mixed with animals. Moriah and Trillian are designed to be the weapons of choice. This darkly captivating premise is ripe for a movie. In fact, the whole series deserves to be on film or offered as a mini-series. It's intricate, well-written, and addictive. In this book we're dealing with the Unity again, with characters like Grimmer, Rabid, McKinnah, etc. These are genetically modified, with tragic and deadly results.
Miller again hits a home run in this often disturbing but highly entertaining follow-up to the second installment, Journey. He has a way of taking tragic characters and using them to tell a dramatic story of survival. His attention to detail is to be admired, his commitment to worldbuilding is obvious, and the result is a series that you will want to read again, and recommend to science fiction fans. I like that he gives refresher information in the narrative as you go along, as there are quite a few plot points and characters. If Origin left you wanting more of the characters and story, then this book certainly expands on it and gives you some backstory. Miller knows his characters well, and knows how to steer them through arcs that are grueling yet satisfying, and ties it all together. His way with dialogue, inner struggle, and conflict is outstanding. If you're looking for a sci-fi novel you can get swept up in, Haunter Grey - Outliers: Haunter Grey Book 3, by Ross C Miller, is that novel.