The last book of the Century Trilogy is not a let down. It also isn't the grand magnificent closure I was perhaps hoping it to be.
I was thrilled to see that many of the characters introduced in the first book were still alive (and somehow kicking) in this book, since somehow these were still the most interesting to me. However, I found the third generation to be almost equally interesting including characters with great depth.
As always, the historical background is magnificently interlaced with the fictional foreground and I found good balance between the two (which was not the case in [b:Winter of the World|16008171|Winter of the World (The Century Trilogy #2)|Ken Follett|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1347648308s/16008171.jpg|18116611]).
Even though the book spans just over a 1000 pages, I still found it a bit rushed at some points. Perhaps because it covers three decades, where the first two only did one.
I'm not disappointed I read it and I think overall the Century Trilogy is an amazing feat for an author to accomplish. On top of that, it's very enjoyable to read and never boring.