Definitely something to be read in the original language. All the nuance and non-direct references… Way richer language than average in the genre.
I’ve only read this part of the trilogy, the book works as a standalone just fine. It’s not a book about fighting monsters, saving the world and looking great while doing it. It’s more about history, and our future, and the human condition. And despair. Or politics.
So, almost 400 pages of “What to do when all options are shit and you’re the crazy one”. I like.
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