Julie E. Czerneda å 7 CHARACTERSBook 2 of this trilogy spent a good chunk of its time dealing with fall out from book 1 and trying to figure out what exactly is going on with the deadly Dhryn Most of it Essays One read like a mystery or a bottle episode if this was tv Not that there weren t some twisty parts and small surprises I mentioned in myeview of book 1 that I liked the time and emphasis spent on not having an easy time communicating with other species and this book multiplied that by several times The amount of detail on that was pretty good I also liked in Femmes, si vous saviez... : 83 questions-rponses, hormones, mnopause, ostoporose relation to fall out from book 1 that the main character Mac is definitely not ok The sadness and most definite PTSD isn t used too freuently I feel or at least not as just a stiff upper lip or what have you The heroine usually just jumps up and goes full speed ahead even when some crazy or painful or nightmarish things might happen to them Granted Mac isn t exactly hopping on a psych couch either but her scrambled brain is at least aeal addressed thing
I did feel though that the story could ve almost stopped at the end of this book because it has adid feel though that the story could ve almost stopped at the end of this book because it has a satisfying close but I know there s still a couple of big loose ends to deal wit. Senior co administrator of the Norcoast Salmon Research Facility Dr Mackenzie Connor was a biologist who studied the spawning habits of salmon Then last season just as she and Dr Emily Mamani were starting their esearch they were interrupted by the arrival of Brymn the first Dhryn to set foot on were starting their esearch they were interrupted by the arrival of Brymn the first Dhryn to set foot on And suddenly everything changed for Mac Emily Brymn the hu. H so moving on to book 3 i had a lot of trouble finishing the first book survival and the same problem is happening with migration I don t like the main character she is so focused on her little world that she doesn t pay attention to some clues when *reading i kept thinking that it would be *i kept thinking that it would be if she could stay with her salmons and if the eader was provided with someone else as the main character Normally the second book in a trilogy is the best you don t have to spend a lot of time with either set up or typing up loose ends and you can devote most of the book to action and moving the plot While this book definitely moves the plot arc forward it seemed like it took too long to get there The opening chapters contain some important set up and it is true that life doesn t always move at a breakneck pace so it was ealistic but I found myself at times going Oh come on get to the action This was a solid installment in the series and definitely had some good parts but I am somewhat ambivalent to it I ll have to see how the third book goes to eally process this one It
PAINS ME TO NOT BE ABLEme to not be able give a inging eview to one of her books and I suspect it will. Man ace and all the member aces of the Interspecies Union Base was attacked Em was kidnapped by the mysterious Ro Mac nearly lost her life when she and Brymn escaped to the was kidnapped by the mysterious Ro Mac nearly lost her life when she and Brymn escaped to the isolationist Dhryn home world But the Dhryn are in the process of abandoning it hurtling out on an unfathomable path of destruction through civilized space As the enemy destroys. Go better on epeated eading when I know the pace and won t try to get ahead of myself While I enjoyed the first book in this series I found the second far engrossing Unlike the first book which had a few oddly perfunctory action scenes this book largely sticks to what appear to be HER STRENGTHS BIOLOGY AND RESEARCHTHAT MIGHT SOUND BORING BUT strengths biology and esearchThat might sound boring but found it fascinating and ended up eading about
80% of the book in three days Once it got olling I didn t want to put it down She introducesof the book in three days Once it got olling I didn t want to put it down She introduces slew of alien species each with idiosyncratic biologies and cultural uirks This made for some uniue moments that elicited genuine laughter often due to a certain numbered characterDefinitely looking forward to the final book in the trilogy Just don t have determination and devotion and time to ead mediocre books Migration isn t terribly crappy or criminally bad written but it is dull and boring and I don t care about anything or anyone in it Guess it was a mistake to ead this book despite not eally liking 1 of the series Survival Off to look for greener pastures then And one thing I can t understand is How the hell can this book have a ating of 405 I just can t grasp it. Life on planet after planet the IU organizes a secret Gathering of every being with information on the Dhryn With the data available there Mac begins to suspect that the Dhryn's actions may be a esponse to something simpler and
deadly the imperative to migrate But even if Mac is ight can she and her team discover why this isthe imperative to migrate But even if Mac is ight can she and her team discover why this is and how to halt the Dhr.
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