Saturday, January 2, 2010

Book: Horizons by Mary Rosenblum

Implausible science combined with unlikely politics. The characters make up for it, though, by having incomprehensible motivation.

And why is the main character so often the scion of a country-owning dynasty? It's the equivalent of all the fantasy books where the main character's always the deposed prince or hidden prince or even both.

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