This was another great, well-written book and a great ending (or maybe not quite, since I think I saw something about possible novellas) to the series. I enjoyed all the same things that I did about the first two. Great world-building with interesting alien cultures, great realism, great characters. (You can read my review of Book 1 if you want my more in-depth thoughts about the series.)
As the series went on, it also developed a cute found family element.
And in this book, we got introduced to another interesting alien life form, a sort of sentient AI (with a bit of a twist), so that was fun.
And as I said in my first review, this was a series about space adventure and political negotiations, but also healing. I like Dali. I’m happy for them, finding some healing and peace in their life!
Fans of Books 1 and 2 in E.M. Hamill's The Dali Tamareia Missions series. Anyone who likes space adventure, politics, world-building full of alien species and cultures, nonbinary characters, emotional healing, stories that feel realistic, and found family.