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The story is well written, plot is interesting, and the characters are well developed.
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 way Leckie imagined a very powerful Artificial Intelligence to mold a future society was also very well done.
Different, engrossing. Strong characters, rich plot. Could not put it down. Usually I don't write reviews but get this book.Published 17 hours ago by ankur gupta
Actually, 3.5 stars -- the last quarter was faster moving and had enough interesting action that I ordered the next novel in the series to read. Read morePublished 3 days ago by PG
It's a little hard to follow at the beginning but very worth persevering. An interesting take on ship AIs if you have read the Culture novels.Published 4 days ago by Snowdon
I just spent three days of delight reading Ancillary Justice. Reading use to be a past time and I must say this book has rejuvenated my interest in reading again. Thank you Ann!Published 4 days ago by Kenyatta T. Harris
This is the best examination of identity and what makes a person that I've ever found in the over 40 years of sf/f I've read. Susan R. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Kindle Customer
She thinks she is Ursula K LeGuin but she doesn't pull it off. I found her sexual ambiguity thing to be confusing and unnecessary. Plus the story drags along. Read morePublished 7 days ago by M. L. Frydenborg
It's a good read, I finished it. The main character is well developed and empathetic, an excellent insight into what might occupy moral space for an AI-human composite. Read morePublished 9 days ago by B. Pedit
I have been a fan of Sci-Fi written by women for 50 years, and finding novels has always been almost impossible. So imagine my delight to find this book. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Julie