larry-rostant-pandoras-starGetting though this long book felt like a chore but I dont want to give it a bad review because I think it was me and not the book. I’m having trouble connecting with fiction lately.

Trying to be objective, it’s a rich story both in terms of settings, characters and development. Aside from some of the fantastic tech, it feels very real. It is hard or impossible to know where the story is going most of the time. It’s one of those books with many threads that get joined towards the end. And I’d you like it, you’ll want to continue the series due to the obligatory cliffhanger.

★★★☆☆

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