Many years have passed since the events in The Deaths of Tao. The world is split into pro-Prophus and pro-Genjix factions, and is poised on the edge of a devastating new World War. A Gengix scientist who defects to the other side holds the key to preventing bloodshed on an almost unimaginable scale. With the might of the Gengix in active pursuit, Roen is the only person who can help him save the world, and the Quasing race, too. And you thought you were having a stressful day.

Reviews for The Rebirths of Tao

  • The 24 Best Science Fiction Books Of 2015 – Buzzfeed
  • This series is witty, fast, and furious. The action punches like nothing else. It has tons of heart, and characters who take a beating and give back twice as good. – Barnes & Noble
  • Hands down, The Rebirths of Tao is my favorite book of the trilogy. It’s everything that made the first two books such a joy to read, but on steroids. – Bibliosanctum
  • If you haven’t read this series, you’ve been missing out on a great new science fiction writer and setting. – Bullspec
  • What makes it so wonderful though is that underneath that surface is a progressive set of layers. – Popcorn Read
  • The Rebirths of Tao is a great book and a nice way to cap off the stories of the Tan family and the Prophus Quasing known as Tao. And while I’ll miss them, I’m excited to explore other aspects of this universe – Geeky Guides
  • Hands down, The Rebirths of Tao is my favorite book of the trilogy. It’s everything that made the first two books such a joy to read, but on steroids. – Bibliosanctum
  • It started off really well but then continued to grow into a very well thought out and complex drama I found myself going from the question of ‘why would the humans help the aliens’ to ‘why would the aliens help the humans’. – Lynnsbooks
  • The dynamic amongst the Tan family was just as entertaining as ever as the dialogue crackles and the character development is top notch. – EveryReadThing