What happens when you read the sequel to a novel you didn’t really feel needed a sequel?
For We Are Many raises the stakes on what was set up in the first book of the series.
Denis Johnson’s virtue seems to be his concision, and this is rather clear in ‘Train Dreams’.
On the second reading, a decade after the first, I finally got this book.
The Expanse books often focus on aspects of the story that I just can’t seem to care about.
What is a war story? What is an anti-war story?
This might be the most well-written book I disliked reading.
What does it mean when you are struggling with a book that, by all descriptions, you should easily love?
For a person who doesn’t care much for horror, I rather enjoyed this.
There is a lot buried in Adrian Tchaikovsky’s ‘The Expert System’s Brother’