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Excellent alternate-history science fiction,
This review is from: Wasteland of Flint (Mass Market Paperback)
I'm not mentioning the plot, as learning it is one of the joys of this book. Although described as an 'alternate history' that part of the background is blended so well you won't even realise that you're learning both Mexica and Japanese as you progress through the story. I can't recommend this (and House of Reeds - it's indirect sequel) enough. It contains no padding, no unnecessary character tivia and is superbly written throughout.