I'll give the book credit for trying to deliver a big finish to what had been a rather run-of-the-mill affair, but the simple fact of the matter is that the book needed to make more of an effort to show us that this was the only option open to the Inhumans, and it didn't help its case by provide two plot elements that effectively presented two plans that show us the Inhumans never needed to take the drastic action that they did. There's also something inherently unsatisfying about a story that would even bother to suggest that a leader would consider such action a viable opinion, as instead of being a heroic choice this ending presents the Inhumans with a cult mentality, rather than as an advanced culture who would be able to think their way out of a crisis. The historical example that is used also doesn't hold up all that well, as the story clearly shows us the Inhumans had not been backed into the corner that they needed to be in to justify the choice that they make. It also didn't h Read Full Review
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