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May's reading:
  • Revelation Space (Alistair Reynolds): usual Reynolds hard sci-fi, not that I think that's a bad thing. That said, probably my least favourite of the Revelation Space trilogy - it lacks the grand scale of the later books, and is a bit deus ex machina at the end.
  • Sunshine (Robin McKinley): while I loved the world this was set in, I couldn't really relate to the characters and the plot was just a bit too predictable. Bit of a struggle to get through, but I'd potentially read something else set in the same world.
  • Beyond the Aquila Rift (Alistair Reynolds, short story collection): there wasn't a deliberate plan for a Reynolds-fest; this just happened to be at the library when I was there with the kids. The usual mix of stuff you get in a short story collection - three favourites were "Weather" (what is a Conjoiner engine, anyway?), "Beyond the Aquila Rift" (ancient jumpgate technology) and "Trauma Pod" (a soldier is saved by an intelligent medic-bot. Then stuff happens...).
Bit of a quiet month. Currently working my way through Infinity Engine (Neal Asher), the last in the Transformation trilogy, and The Border (Robert McCammon).

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