This book is the long-awaited sequel to Ancillary Justice, and it did not disappoint. I read the first book and then the newly released sequel, so that I could keep everything in my head straight. It was wonderful. So wonderful that I didn’t want the story to stop and when it did, and I realized that I would have to wait a year or so for the third book of the trilogy, a small part of me died.
I’m hopeful that Doug will do a better review of both books at some point, because I simply can’t do them justice. BUY THEM, READ THEM, LOVE THEM. That’s an order.