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  • Middle book of a trilogy

    It’s the middle book of a trilogy. If you enjoyed the first book, I recommend it. While it does move aspects of the plot forward it also feels disconnected from the the first book. From what I’ve read of the third (and final book so we’re told) it does seem to set up well for the end game. Character development for Baru isn’t as good, but on the other hand Baru is abusing herself in many ways so she is sort of treading water. The Oraiti felt less developed than the cultures in Aurdwynn, even though they are clearly more complex and varied. The whole section on Llosydane Islands was particularly hard to get through and ultimately didn’t seem to have impact on other parts of the story, feels like unnecessary filler. Kyprannanoke actually seemed fascinating and I’m sad we only got a survey of this ancient culture. Tau was the star of this book.

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