I’m just not sold on economical science fiction. And I think this might be why I didn’t particularly like following this book’s story line. We get a third world, we get a dramatic showdown with a character sacrifice thrown in in the end, and that’s … it. Other than that it’s slow, tiring movement of goods and ideas between three worlds. Didn’t work for me, might work for an economy major.
The Hidden Family
|author:||Charles Stross (2005)|
|series:||The Merchant Princes #2|
|rating:||★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆|