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B&L
B&L rated it 3 years ago
I liked this book much better than the first one simply because I felt it was more complexed story and Vienna finally didn't feel so fake to me. In the first book although she was swearing she was taking everything in without a question and was pulled wherever and whenever someone wanted her to do s...
Arbie's Unoriginally Titled Book Blog
Abandoned at p50.Yet another space opera tome from Asher, the second in a series. I couldn't remember anything about the first book and realised I just didn't care about any of the far too many protagonists and was bored out of my brains. Asher's Polity setting seems to be mined out of anything orig...
Arbie's Unoriginally Titled Book Blog
Major spoilers not only for this book but for Asher's Polity books in general, particularly the Agent Cormac series. I was gallivanting through this, well entertained by the space opera but grumbling to myself about the lack of subtext and rather too obvious fact that the major protagonists were a...
Arbie's Unoriginally Titled Book Blog
Space Opera! Pew! Pew! Best read by people who don't know any science, like Asher himself. I often criticise Asher for have lots of Pew! Pew! and no subtext but in this case I think that would be a bit unfair: There's a discussion of what it means to be "free" going on here, which concludes that her...
Jessica (HDB)
Jessica (HDB) rated it 7 years ago
First off, a shout out to Grim for being so darn patient with me while I was reading this! We were meant to be doing a buddy read, but I was slow. Gridlinked was the first full length Sci Fi book I've read in roughly 4 years. I had forgotten how much you really need to slow down, and absorb the worl...
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