I thoroughly enjoyed it and was saddened to learn that my library doesn’t have the rest of the series.
Jemisin’s infused every page with her love for her home.
A gender-swapped Sherlock set in a fantasy world ought to be my bag, but this one didn’t capture me in the least.
It was too gritty, too violent, too angry, and that’s exactly why I read it anyway.
I came here for history, not for rich men’s midlife crises.
I didn’t dislike it like Spiderlight, but I didn’t love it like Elder Race.
Clark continues to entertain and impress me with his stories.
I cut my losses and quit reading when I reached chapter three.
The book is laser focused on an academic audience, not a practical one.
It was an OK book, and I don’t regret my time spent with it.