The second volume is a bit less on the 18th century France presumptiousness spree (but adds in some more Greek history to make up for it). Very wow, including how Jehovah/JEDD and Bridger meet, Bridger’s choice, the Major’s identity and so many little things we learn about Mycroft (♥), the hives, and individuals. Also, Utopians forever.
|author:||Ada Palmer (2017)|
|series:||Terra Ignota #2|
|lists:||five-stars , scifi , space-monks|
|rating:||★ ★ ★ ★ ★|
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