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  • An enjoyable laundry novel

    I enjoy the laundry novels and this is a decent folow up. A fun read, nothing really challenging. Glad that CS decided to narrate from OBrien's POV.

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  • Worst Laundry story

    Unimaginative, wordy, to much emphasis on managers afairs, crude. Couldn't get past half of it before giving up. Truly disappointing.

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  • Another great tale.

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. A bit of a twist shifting to a female lead with Dr. O'Brian. Maintained the focus on competing agendas between various bureaucracies. Would like to have seen more about Bob, but assume that is coming down the line. Well done.

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  • more beaurocracy than action

    Humourous British beaureaucracy vs. Cthulhu-style horrors. This series is best read in order of publication.

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  • Sadly, quite bad product from Stross this time

    Very poor craftsmanship from Charlie Stross on this outing. He should probably stay away from female lead characters since he comes across as quite(but somewhat subtly) misogynistic. To cap off without spoilers, the main character's blindness to obvious threats and Intel is written of as "PTSD." Her affliction does not particularly seem to be PTSD, but rather poor character creation and handling.

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