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  • A great story, well worth reading...

    The Tyche series has come to a hiatus but it has certainly done so in style. If you’ve read the rest of the series this won’t disappoint. In the ongoing war with the Ezeroc a victory, of sorts, sees humanity and constructs finally coming together. This story is beautifully written with humour and pathos. A very enjoyable read from a talented author.

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  • Operatic conclusion to a philosophical question

    I received a free copy of this book as part of Parry's eARC program. I must admit, I'm a bit hampered in reviewing this book as I only recently joined team Parry, and hadn't read the first eight books in this particular series. I discovered Parry's worlds through Chromed: Upgrade, the first book in his Steampunk series (https://read.amazon.com/kp/embed?asin=B07JJ2GM4S&preview=newtab&linkCode=kpe&ref_=cm_sw_r_kb_dp_Kq8nDbN64M952). For me, one of the most important elements of any good book is well-developed and internally consistent characters. Parry delivered. Tyche's Crusade turns out to deliver on that promise as well, but it took me a minute to understand the style that Parry uses for this series. Appropriately space operatic, Parry tells a philosophical story with previously-developed characters. All the elements of the book are shaped around the question "What is it to be human?" (This may be the case for the previous eight books as well; I do not yet know). I wasn't initially prepared for how strictly each element of the book was devoted to asking that question; this caused me to feel like several sections felt a little simplistic or out of touch with "reality." After finishing the book and looking back over it as a whole, however, I recognized that if Parry had written more "realistically" he would have been distracting from his through-line question about the nature of "humanity." All in all, I came to appreciate the book. While I personally prefer the style that Parry uses in his Chromed series, I now realize that Tyche serves a different purpose. It's much more operatic in nature.

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  • I love Tyche and her crew!

    Parry has written another winning series. I couldn't put it down till I finished and then I wished it hadn't ended so soon! The story moves along at a quick pace and the snarky dialogue and camaraderie of the characters keeps the book from being too dark. Hopefully there will be more adventures in Tyche's universe soon; I miss them already. If you like action, dastardly bad guys, and flawed characters who will lay down their lives for each other, this series is for you.

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