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I'm going to do this book a disservice by giving a short review. I loved this book, it was a complete surprise to me as I was initially offput by the religious aspect (former... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Sm4rt4rse
These are the only two books I've ever read twice. I'm blown away by Russell's mastery in creating an entire civilization so real and convincing I would know how to interact with... Read morePublished 27 days ago by Melissa Hampton
Almost as good as The Left Hand of Darkness, believable scenario , good social system construction. Wonderful hypothesis even if you are not spiritual .Published 1 month ago by marcia rice
I liked the first book, the Sparrow; it wasn't spectacular but it had enough suspense, intrigue, wonderment to satisfy. But this 2nd book was a great disappointment. Read morePublished 1 month ago by luv4target
This is one of those sequels I wish I hadn't read. Not a bad book, but not enough to warrant extending the excellent, cohesive novel that was The Sparrow.Published 2 months ago by Matt From Austin
I have to admit that I much preferred The Sparrow (the prequel to this book), but I did really enjoy having all of the previous characters from the original story back, as well as... Read morePublished 2 months ago by K. Dieng
“Children of God” is the less satisfying sequel to Mary Doria Russell’s brilliant “The Sparrow.” Russell’s conceit with the two novels is to take the history of Jesuit missions... Read morePublished 3 months ago by M. L. Asselin