I have no idea why I enjoyed this near-future military trilogy as much as I did, but there you go, I did.
The hero of the trilogy, James Shelley, has gone through hell... multiple times. He's been manipulated, pushed from pillar to post, lied to, betrayed... jeez... all kinds of horrible things. And I keep coming back for more. *LOL*
There's action galore in this third book. Some new team members to get to know. More mysteries about The Red. It's pretty much non-stop from the get go. Nagata writes so well that I can pretty much see the action happening in my mind's eye. Part of the might be the 1st person POV coupled with the present tense which works.
I was pretty much satisfied with the way the trilogy wrapped up, but I'd be lying if I said it was a perfect ending. I was left with a bit of a nebulous feeling of bad things still out there underneath the surface despite everything. And maybe that's a trope of this type of book. The main point is, that it didn't really detract from my overall pleasure with the trilogy.
I have another Nagata book in my Kobo and I'm looking forward to reading it.