REVIEW

Kenya 3: Aberrations

The middle book of Leo and Rodolphe’s historical sci-fi story, blending aliens and dinosaurs in a typically mysterious plot.

Kenya 3: AberrationsThis middle-of-the-series story seems more about repositioning characters than anything. International politics starts to play a greater part as, behind the scenes, the governments of the world are starting to get edgy about the reports of aliens and strange prehistoric creatures roaming the plains. But in another carefully orchestrated last page, our main characters finally get to bear witness to some strange goings-on.

It’s an interesting chapter, suffering a little from being the midpoint of the story but still clearly important enough in its own right, but you can’t help but get the feeling that we’re buying time before a greater reveal. Sit back, be patient and enjoy the ride – it feels like there’s still a long way to go.

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