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First, her vision of the future is absolutely clear in her mind and vividly rendered. Few SF novels have seemed so possible to me a real future arc. The combination and contrast of advanced technologies with a new social order and politics driven by extreme climate change seem more relevant than anything else I have recently read. As I read the books, I watched news pieces of both war and climate change that made the books seem eerily prescient.
Second, each book held more of the new, even within the schema set out in the original book. Credit Jule with creating a rich enough environment that she was always able to use that structure to create and reveal things that were novel to the reader.
Third, the final book came with revelations that were intricately woven through the first two. The plots of these books were not made up as they went along. From start to finish, this trilogy felt like a single well-conceived book.
Fourth, there are complexities that arise from the plot (especially in this third book) that made my head swim a little. Jule handles these moments deftly. She is a smart writer, giving a smart product that has a measure cleverness without being smug.
Well done. I hope to read more from Jule Owen.