The Atlas Complex marks the much-anticipated, heart-shattering conclusion in Olivie Blake's trilogy that began with the New York Times bestselling phenomenon, The Atlas Six.
Only the extraordinary are chosen.
Only the cunning survive.
An explosive return to the library leaves the six Alexandrians vulnerable to the lethal terms of their recruitment.
Old alliances quickly fracture as the initiates take opposing strategies as to how to deal with the deadly bargain they have so far failed to uphold. Those who remain with the archives wrestle with the ethics of their astronomical abilities, while elsewhere, an unlikely pair from the Society cohort partner to influence politics on a global stage.
And still the outside world mobilizes to destroy them, while the Caretaker himself, Atlas Blakely, may yet succeed with a plan foreseen to have world-ending stakes. It’s a race to survive as the six Society recruits are faced with the question of what they're willing to betray for limitless power—and who will be destroyed along the way.
Also by Olivie Blake
The Atlas Six
The Atlas Paradox
Alone with You in the Ether
One for My Enemy
Masters of Death
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Couldn’t finish it
Valiant attempt to get to the “good part” … but it never came.
700 pages where nothing happens except the relating (in nauseating and repetitive detail) of the introspection and narcissism of several young adults. The emotional self-flagellation and inability to act of the central characters is deeply tedious.
Jumped the shark
No idea what happened to the author but they completely lost the plot. First time I am not finishing the third book in a trilogy but, after 70 pages, I don’t want to waste anymore time.