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  • Perfect description of what happens.

    I was familiar w WJW from the original Praxis trilogy, one of the most enjoyable reads I've ever had. I also had read a WJW book on Sula, enjoying renewing her acquaintance. When I saw that WJW had published a new Praxis book, I expected to enjoy it (The Accidental War) and I did. He reintroduced me to Sula and Martinez and the people around them, both allies and enemies. He also introduced the issues that would define the series, a bit here and a bit there as the story rolled out. I purchased this book on Thursday and finished it earlier this morning (Sunday). I put it down so that I could pick it up. If someone at Harper could tell me when the second book will be out, I'll be in line to get it.

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  • Ugh!

    First nothing happens. Then nothing happens. Then nothing happens again. Nothing continues happening until the last bit of the book and then the book suddenly ends before you get to the good part. I kept expecting it to get better, but it didn't. What a waste of time. Sad, really, as Walter Jon Williams is one of my favourite authors. 'Aristoi' was brilliant!

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