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Ancillary Sword (Imperial Radch, #2) What if you once had thousands of bodies and near god like technology at your disposal And what if all of it were ripped away The Lord of the Radch has given Breq command of the ship Mercy of Kalr and sent her to the only place she would have agreed to go to Athoek Station, where Lieutenant Awn s sister works in Horticulture.Athoek was annexed some six hundred years ago, and by now everyone is fully civilized or should be But everything is not as tranquil as it appears Old divisions are still troublesome, Athoek Station s AI is unhappy with the situation, and it looks like the alien Presger might have taken an interest in what s going on With no guarantees that interest is benevolent. Best Download Ancillary Sword (Imperial Radch, #2) [ by ] Ann Leckie [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – eiyo.us

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  • Paperback
  • 356 pages
  • Ancillary Sword (Imperial Radch, #2)
  • Ann Leckie
  • English
  • 20 July 2018
  • 0316246654

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  1. says:

    If it s possible, this book is BETTER than the first one This is just a great Sci Fi book, wonderful worldbuilding, that focuses on CHARACTERS rather than every planet and ship and technical science thing in the world Some of that stuff, while interesting, make big sci fi for me a bit less compelling This, however, has it ALL And, contrasting with the first one, it is very clear about POV and stuff The gender ambiguity is still there, but in a streamlined way, so you don t question things a If it s possible, this book is BETTER than the first one This is just a great Sci Fi book, wonderful worldbuilding, that focuses on CHARACTERS rather than every planet and ship and technical science thing in the world Some of that stuff, while interesting, make big sci fi for me a bit less compelling This, however, has it ALL And, contrast...


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    Ancillary Justice was a spectacular debut, but its successor is a lot less sure footed Leckie s attempt to marry Space Opera with domestic tragedy feels a bit too much like Sense and Sensibility and Spaceships.It s clear by now that Leckie is keen on promoting a particular political sentiment, and Ancillary Sword is all about the confluence of the personal and political Unfortunately the domesticity becomes a little tedious, and the cooking lacks any flavour.Anaander Mianaai s Radchaai imperiu Ancillary Justice was a spectacular debut, but its successor is a lot less sure footed Leckie s attempt to marry Space Opera with domestic tragedy feels a bit too much like Sense and Sensibility and Spaceships.It s clear by now that Leckie is keen on promoting a particular political sentiment, and Ancillary Sword is all about the confluence of the personal and political Unfortunately the domesticity becomes a little tedious, and the cooking lacks any flavour.Anaander Mianaai s Radchaai imperium is, n...


  3. says:

    While I enjoyed Ann Leckie s Ancillary Sword the 2nd book in the Imperial Radch Series, I don t think it measured up to the complexity and sheer scope of the first book in the series, Ancillary Justice Leckie s attention to details in ritual and language continue in this book and maybe wasthoroughly explored It might be difficult to convincingly say, in a space opera, that you enjoyed the intricacies of tea ceremonies along with the choice of accompanying dishes, but it is compelling a While I enjoyed Ann Leckie s Ancillary Sword the 2nd book in the Imperial Radch Series, I don t think it measured up to...


  4. says:

    Downton Abbeyin SPAAAAAACE No, it really is The novel is filled with tea, and fine china There s polite meetings in polite society There s blushing in abundance at the smallest of social faux pas There s tears from the young uns when their jobs are just a bit too overwhelming There s snooty as hell top of society landowners with brat children to match There s tea There s gossip amongst the servants, and resentment amongst the slaves There are gardens And tea And dressing expectatio Downton Abbeyin SPAAAAAACE No, it really is The novel is filled with tea, and fine china There s polite meetings in polite society There s blushing in abundance at the smallest of social faux pas There s tears from the young uns when their jobs are just a bit too overwhelming There s snooty as hell top of society landowners with brat children to match There s tea There s gossip amongst the servants, and resentment amongst the slaves There are gardens And tea And dressing expectations And a funeral with a p...


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    Warning spoilers for Ancillary Justice If you haven t read the first book yet OMG WHY NOT , avert your eyes right now.Ana s Take It s probably not an exaggeration to say that all SFF eyes are on this book right now Given the immense success of Ancillary Justice it won all the major awards and yes, this includes a rare Book Smugglers Double Ten Review I bet everybody is thinking will the sequel be as good as the first novel Well, the answer is a resounding HELL YES.From a plotting perspe Warning spoilers for Ancillary Justice If you haven t read the first book yet OMG WHY NOT , avert your eyes right now.Ana s Take It s probably not an exaggeration to say that all SFF eyes are on this book right now Given the immense success of Ancillary Justice it won all the major awards and yes, this includes a rare Book Smugglers Double Ten Review I bet everybody is thinking will the sequel be as good as the first novel Well, the answer is a resounding HELL YES.From a plotting perspective, Ancillary Sword is at first glance, a rather straightforward affair The story picks up where we left off at the end of Ancillary Justice with The Lord of the Radch still at war with herself and Breq as a newly minted ship captain on her way to Athoek Station, where Lieutenant Awn s sister liv...


  6. says:

    Ancillary Sword fell just a bit short of the brilliance of the fantastic Ancillary Justice but still proved to be a very good and thoroughly enjoyable story in its own right I think Ann Leckie gets the balance between thought provoking concepts and the story perfect Leckie gets you thinking but also keep you thoroughly entertained With the start of civil conflict within the Radch leadership one of the Anaander segments sends Breq, and her new ship Mercy of Kalr, to the only place she knows Br Ancillary Sword fell just a bit short of the brilliance of the fantastic Ancillary Justice but still proved to be a very good and thoroughly enjoyable story in its own right I think Ann Leckie gets the balance ...


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    In Which Breq is sent to a somewhat remote part of the Radch am I the only one who keeps wanting to pronounce that Radish Empire In pursuit of closure regarding a personal matter, Breq encounters Grave Social Injustice, and tries to make things better Obstacles are Encountered, and Action and Intrigue happenIf you haven t already read Ancillary Justice, some aspects of the setting might feel a bit bewildering to a new reader However, the story itself works pretty well on its own In Which Breq is sent to a somewhat remote part of the Radch am I the only one who keeps wanting to pronounce that Radish Empire In pursuit of closure regarding a personal matter, Breq encounters Grave Social Injustice, and tries to make thing...


  8. says:

    Executive Summary Probably not as good interesting as the first book, but I still enjoyed it 3.5 Stars Full Review Ancillary Justice is one of those books that has become severely over hyped I read it early on as the hype was starting to build and before it won every award under the sun I enjoyed it, and I m not surprised it won so much, but I would have been equally unsurprised if it didn t It s definitely one of those boo...


  9. says:

    3.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum back at my review of Ancillary Justice, it seemed that while I liked the book, it and I didn t actually hit it off as well as I d hoped Mind you, I m most definitely in the minority there And despite not falling in love with the novel, I did appreciate its many merits and was pleased to see it win many awards and garner so much praise all seriously well deserved In fact, I was so impressed with the concepts 3.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum back at my review of Ancillary Justice, it seemed that while I liked the book, it and I didn t actually hit it off as well as I d hoped Mind you, I m most definitely in the minority there And despite not falling in love with the nov...


  10. says:

    I m sure I m not alone in my judgment, but I m torn about this book The ending was very good It reversed a lot of my disappointment as I read this novel, but only because it changed my perceptions about what this novel was trying to accomplish.Don t expect fast pacing or a civil war Don t expect a return to B...

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