All in all, this was a great book, a terrific read, and I look forward to the next!
I found the premise very interesting but the first half of the book was a slog to read as the author just starts throwing put characters and terms with no explanation.
The story is well written, plot is interesting, and the characters are well developed.
great renewal of Sci Fi style, with a very original look at at artificial life and cyber power. Made me think of the best Ian M Banks "culture" novels. Read morePublished 7 hours ago by eisenberg
This is the first book by Ann Leckie I have read, and I really enjoyed it. It was very engaging from beginning to end - and contains some very intriguing, original, and feasible... Read morePublished 1 day ago by David LaFerney
Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie is a wonderful examination of responsibility, revenge, justice and sense of self in a science fiction universe (arguably the safest place to talk... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Lane N Copley
I heard about this book when it won the Hugo, but I was disappointed -- it didn't seem like the year's best science fiction. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Scott Maxwell
Ancillary Justice, the first novel from Ann Leckie, tackles a difficult problem - how to portray intelligent entities who can exist in multiple places at the same time and make... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Becky B.
I couldn't put this book down and stayed up late to read! I have one question, "why the gloves, what is so disgusting about hands?"Published 6 days ago by chris nobbe
I can't remember the last time I read a book with more fresh ideas. Leckie deserves every accolade she's received. I particularly liked the narrator's take on gender.Published 6 days ago by Thane Tuttle