Review of Ancillary Justice

Ancillary Justice

Release year: 

2013

Writer:

Ann Leckie

Known from: 

Ancillary Sword, Ancillary Mercy

Content: 

The story starts with a body in the snow who is a former person on a ship which our main character is a AI from and when you read it, it is a bit confusing so keep your focus on the book as it turns good. Then she starts taking care of the person while there are flashbacks to some event happened years ago so gets interesting quiet fast.

Length: 

409 pages

Sequels or prequels: 

Ancillary Sword, Ancillary Mercy

Genre: 

Science fiction, Future

Review: 

The book itself is really interesting but I needed to read the first chapters twice before understanding them correctly as I was a bit confused over the events and how the ship was an AI but after that the story is good and will try to read the sequels

Stars: 

7 out of 6 stars

Rereadability: 

Yes for sure, I as like the story a lot and cannot wait to read the sequels so you might see them here

See you around
JTCHworld

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