Solid back story of how Amos came to be the man he is, along with how he came to be hiding out in the “expanse.” Solid, but i was hoping for a bit more wordspace and time to develop it a bit further, not just a novella.
Haviland Tuf may be my favourite Martin character. This is very different from his usual fare.
Character-driven, YA Sci-Fi novel that not only hits all the right notes, but arranges them in perfect harmony.
Given the interesting premise of this series, the book should be more of a pleasure to read. It isn’t.
Move along, now. Nothing to see here. Keep moving.
Not quite up to Fatherland status, but a very solid Alternative History entry, made all the more interesting by its solid portrayal of Japanese society.
Philip K Dick may be the greatest science fiction ever, but I had to give up on this one halfway through. I almost never do that with a book.