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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Oblivion: Ad Infinitum Tenebrae is a complex work of atmospheric science fiction penned by author Jordan G. Farrell. In the sequel to the fascinating and transformational novel Oblivion: Ad Magnificum Volumina, we now find ourselves in a universe where the extinction of humanity could happen at any moment. The three regions of this new world have warred themselves into destruction, but a few lone survivors here and there may be the key to solving everything. Grace and Manannan are two such survivors, very opposite in nature, but both determined to seek out a kind of promised land that might hold hope for the future of mankind, if it truly exists.
Having read the first novel in the Oblivion series some time ago, author Jordan G. Farrell has produced a sequel above and beyond the realms of its predecessor. In this destroyed world which bears the scars of the epic disasters from the first story, we find new hope and strong plot lines as a race for survival begins. The character development between the central pair is strong and compelling, and the vast landscapes that they traverse in their quest for a safe haven are beautifully drawn and add to the desolate atmosphere of the story as a whole. I enjoyed seeing many nods to the old regions and their warring ways, which also had some poignant things to say about the self-destructive nature of humanity in the real world. Overall, Oblivion: Ad Infinitum Tenebrae is a superior sequel that could easily be read and enjoyed as a standalone too.