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William F. Wu
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susanvoss18
susanvoss18 rated it 2 months ago
This book contains the following interconnected short stories: Wild Garlic, On a Phantom Tide, The Shade of Lo Man Gong, Pagan Night, Desert Night Ride, Caravan of Death, Tong Yun Guy, Shaunessy Fong, Tinsel Chink, In the Temple of Forgotten Spirits. They capture the adventures of Jack Hong as he hi...
Brainycat's Occaisonal Reviews
Brainycat's Occaisonal Reviews rated it 4 years ago
Brainycat's 5 "B"s:blood: 4boobs: 2bombs: 4bondage: 1blasphemy: 3Stars: 3.5Bechdel Test: PASSDeggan's Rule: PASS (with a non-literal interpretation of the test that preserves the intention)Gay Bechdel Test: PASS Please note: I don't review to provide synopses, I review to share a purely visceral rea...
siobhanparker
siobhanparker rated it 7 years ago
This book was fun and engaging, which is typical for this series. One character--not telling who!--makes a major confession as to his/her identity and history. That was a good thing, but the one problem with it was that same character's beat-around-the-bush reference to an STD. The character says...
siobhanparker
siobhanparker rated it 7 years ago
This continues the wonderful "Robot City" series. It'll be interesting to see how it ends, since this is the penultimate novel.
Brainycat's Occaisonal Reviews
Brainycat's Occaisonal Reviews rated it 8 years ago
This is not the best book in the series. Firstly, I'm not very interested in the Jerry character. He's written with no arc to speak of, just a flat pathos that is perpetually stuck in the same monotonous routine, over and over.A new type of ace is introduced, the "jumpers". The way this power works,...
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