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You get lots of info on the main plot, action, etc. It ain't easy trying to get basic supplies from a trade depot when you don't have security identification. This last volume of the series wrapped it all up in fine style. My only complaint is that the ending seemed a little rushed, as if the author was trying to wrap up too many loose ends.
There was, however, a definite resolution to the main conflicts and an overall satisfying ending. I definitely plan to check out Elizabeth Moon's other books.
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Jun 18, erforscherin rated it it was ok Shelves: format-ebook , read-in , science-fiction , author-female , reviewed , ratingstars. Somewhere - belatedly - around the halfway mark of Victory Conditions , I started wondering what exactly I was trying to prove by slogging through this series. I'd already given it a second and third chance to redeem itself, and each book seemed worse than the one before: characters behaved erratically, the plot made no sense whatsoever, Chekhov's whole freaking armory lay forgotten and gathering dust I'm sorry to report this one isn't any better.
I don't know that I'd say it's the weakest installmen Somewhere - belatedly - around the halfway mark of Victory Conditions , I started wondering what exactly I was trying to prove by slogging through this series. I don't know that I'd say it's the weakest installment of the series - mostly because that would mean actually remembering what happened in the other books for comparison, and my brain has apparently taken the last few weeks to reclaim those neurons for more useful things - but it's certainly not something I'd care to reread, either.
Under different circumstances, I think the glaring flaws of this series It's generally never a good sign when you start wondering whether the characters would make any more sense if you could just assume they were all robots who are very bad at pretending to pass as humans. And the "oo-rah, military is always right, and also awesome, and everyone else is disposable scum" In any case - I'm glad this one's over with. Here's to happier ventures ahead I think it's going to be quite some time before I try anything military-SF-related again. View 1 comment. Jan 06, Ron rated it really liked it Shelves: ebook , science-fiction.