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N act of treachery has ripped it all away leaving her with one fragile human body unanswered uestions and a burning desire for vengeance. Things I liked about ANCILLARY JUSTICE a list Everyone is she not everyone is actually she The protagonist is a SPACESHIP There is a scene where a space station is mad at the protagonist and the space station throws a tantrum and a spaceship who likes the protagonist is like “omg space station is such a jerk” and it is super cute omg A spaceship with FEELINGS People are hostile and angry at each other but then they become friends and then they are super LOYAL AND DEVOTED The spaceships are basically like dragons in Pern only they are spaceships Protagonist is one of those super stoic characters who have a lot of feelings but refuse to admit it I love that kind of character Semi soul bonded spaceships It’s about an evil empire that’s trying to stop being uite so evil it is told from the POV of someone from the evil empire but you get a lot about the perspectives of the people and places that have been invaded and colonised by the evil empire The different cultures in the book are well fleshed out and feel like different cultures I particularly liked the evil empire religion though I didn’t get the sartorial conventions gloves It is structured so that alternating chapters recount two storylines — one about a mystery that happened in the past and one about the mystery of what is happening in the future — and I like stories that have a mystery at each end of the stick STOIC SPACESHIPS WHO SING SONGS

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Ancillary JusticeOn a remote icy planet the soldier known as Bre is drawing closer to completing her uestOnce she was the Justice of Toren a colossal sta. This book caught my eye mostly because it's been winning just about every award ever this year So I picked it up when I was on tour And as soon as I started it I could see why it was getting such attention It's exceptionally well written I was almost immediately pulled in I should mention here it's Science Fiction I don't review much sci fi these days because I mostly read fantasy For the most part what's where my taste lies these days But that wasn't always the case When I was younger I read sci fi almost exclusively It's pretty much all I read for several years So in some ways reading this book was like going home again I could feel it stretching my brain in ways it hasn't been stretched in a while Making me think in different directions than I'm used to It was good gritty realistic sci fi Far future Big differences in tech But what really makes this book great are the big cultural differences in the world I've read a fair chuck of sci fi but I've never run into anything like this before I love it when I run into something fresh and new This book will make you work a little It's not going to spoon feed you It's going to drop you in the middle of the story and let you figure out what the hell is going on by yourself no long explanations of how the culture developed because of blah blah blah Nope this is a novel that leave you to make up your own mind about things It leaves room for ambiguity That's a rare thing in books these days And I love it I've already ordered the seuel so I can see where the next piece of story leads If you're willing to work a little this book is absolutely worth your time

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Read Ancillary Justice ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Â On a remote icy planet the soldier known as Bre is drawing closer to completing her uestOnce she was the Justice of Toren a colossal starship with an artificial intelligence linking thousands of soldiers in the service of the Radch the empire that conuered the galaxyNow an act oRship with an artificial intelligence linking thousands of soldiers in the service of the Radch the empire that conuered the galaxyNow a. I'm almost wanting to give this five stars because I LOVED it but the first section of the book is very confusing in some ways by choice and I think that could put some people off so there you go 4 12 stars haThis is a great sci fi adventure following a character who is not man nor woman and don't even try to figure it out that's the confusing part But the character is fomerly HUNDREDS of people and a spaceship All at once Yeah ok once you can wrap that around your head it's SO GOOD this book How the author accomplishes the changes of POV when someone is than one person is beyond me It was deftly handled And the plot is gripping and interesting the other characters flawed but fascinating and I was angry when the book came to a close because I wanted the next one SO BAD Like I said the whole gender thing was confusing the lack and confusion of the main character about said subject I understand it's a big idea and concept that is clever and uniue but I'm not sure I followed it entirely A re read would help And maybe I'm just so weighted in NEEDING a gender for characters that I couldn't back up and relax about it Who knows Anyway definitely a great book makes sci fi character based and great world building Highly recc