This whole novel flows from a mood. Not from depression as the subject might suggest. One of dispassion, of a removal from life because of a dream that was never possible.
I read only nonfiction for years. Now, I'm getting back into fiction. (he/him)
This link opens in a pop-up window
RSS feed Back
Same Murderbot confusion about how the world works (and emotions), then same gripping action. My palms sweat when the fights start.
I think I'm going to have to binge these again because it takes me half the novella to remember who everybody is. I suppose I have that to look forward to.
It amazes me how Patchett can change her voice so completely. This book is emotionally tense and dense. You and the protagonist are unsure about how things effect you, just along for a bumpy ride down the Amazon. Then it ends in a wonderful release.