There is a lot of repetition from previous books to give new readers and old ones a small history of the series.
Otherwise the story is quite different from previous ones and the characters actually change opinions and learn from past experiences, while at the same time forgetting to learn from others.
I absolutely love the complexity of the world created in this Sci-Fi. Would absolutely recommend if you have read or heard the audiobooks of the previous installments of the series.
The most interesting aspect of the story is that the main character is full of realistic defects and not so realistic situations.
The author doesn't center the storyline on them, or the character on the storyline so very good plot line. It's very rare to find characters that lead the story and are not draged by it in a series.
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