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The joy of genderless space opera: Ann Leckie's Ancillary Sword

Some time ago I reviewed Ann Leckie’s debut and multiple-prize-winning sf novel Ancillary Justice. I loved it, and was highly impressed by what I still think is an immense technical achievement: writing fiction in which gender is simply of no importance at all. 807 more words

Passion And Secrets

The Book Depository – august 2015 #1

Ordinea în care se citesc carțile este urmatoarea: Surrender None, Liar’s Oath, Sheepfarmer’s Daughter, Divided Allegiance, Oath of Gold, Oath of Fealty, Kings of the North, Echoes of Betrayal, Limits of Power și Crown of Renewal. 53 more words


Book Review: 'Crown of Renewal', by Elizabeth Moon

Warning: includes minor spoilers.

As the end of a series, Crown of Renewal was always bound to be good. It was forced to wrap up a lot of massive events, and several of them delivered fully during the course of the book. 227 more words


Book Review: 'Limits of Power', by Elizabeth Moon

As soon as I put the third book, Echoes of Betrayal down, I picked up Limits of Power and ended up buying the fifth, Crown of Renewal… 215 more words


Book Review: 'Echoes of Betrayal', by Elizabeth Moon

Having been busy with my studies, I took a break of almost nine months between the second in the series (Kings of the North… 203 more words


Once A Hero, Elizabeth Moon

Once A Hero, Elizabeth Moon (1997)
Review by Kate Macdonald

Elizabeth Moon writes sf about the space navy, making combat and military command truly gender-neutral. I first came across Moon when she co-wrote volumes 1 and 3 of a space trilogy with Anne McCaffrey, called… 1,609 more words

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