Finished Book 6 of The Expanse series. So apparently these are written in trilogies. So Book 6 ends the second trilogy which was bigger and better than the first, and the first was pretty good. I felt the resolution at the end felt a little anti-climatic or unsatisfying but not because the author was cheating. Corey plants things well in advance and plucks them from the ground later on.
Onto Book Seven.
People were discussing this series here and I wanted to give it a try. The sixth was the only one available. Sometimes you can read series out of order.
Not this one.
But I got a sense of how good it is and will persevere in getting the first, so thanks.
I am constantly surprised and amused by the way the books I am independently reading seem connected.
Dark Emu, Bruce Pascoe. Examining pre-colonisation modes of indigenous life.
World Engines. Destroyer. Stephen Baxter. Which coincidentally bases its society on much the same ethos.
Bruce Pascoe copped a lot of flak over his book.