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Moving on to number 3. loved book 1 and 2, listening to both 2nd time around!
It's been a year since events in the last book, and Zax seems to have become more and more dense since the last one. He spends much of this book in shock, standing mouth agape unable to move or speak, as political machinations unfold around him, while he and other characters conveniently happen to be in exactly the right place at the right time, despite the ship being 150 miles long.
It's not a bad book, and I understand the necessity of suspension of belief when reading a book, but there are just too many coincidences and contrived scenarios all tumbling one after another for it to be a gripping read.
I enjoyed it from a simplistic point of view, but it's no Arthur C Clarke novel for sure. Martin's reading is energetic and draws you in - Sergeant Bailey is the best expressed character, and dare I say it, probably my favourite in the series.
I guess it was ultimately successful, because I'm following the series and will see it out to the end to find out what happens - which is what books are supposed to do.
was better than part one now onto 3rd looking forward to the next book 3