So good, and so unexpected - at once a first-rate space opera and the best science fictional exploration of gender since The Left Hand of Darkness. (Weekend Herald)
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Good story but a bit too much description which slows the plotPublished 2 months ago by Mrs. Ann Macleod
I would like to be a ship but not if people have to be ancillaries for me to be one. I like the idea of having more than one body. But too much human sacrifice. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Lynne Johnson
This is well a written written and entertaining novel, with a good dose of imagination.
It didn't meet many of the expectations set by all the awards and praise dripping... Read more
Ann Leckie surprised me with her very first book, Ancillary Justice, and continues to astound with the second in the trilogy. Read morePublished 6 months ago by John Blenkinsop
I love both book 1 and 2 and I'm reading book 3. You don't need to be major sci fi geek to read these books as they are character driven. The world of the Radch pulls you in. Read morePublished 6 months ago by mrs lynn mckenzie
Slow, somewhat boring, not a lot of action. It is not a good sequel. And characters somewhat bland... A pity.Published 7 months ago by Ram