I have not read the print edition
How the war was being driven to a successful conclusion. The long-running nature of it was causing unconscionably large casualties.
The varied voices, inflections and accents help differentiate the large cast of characters.
The loss of still more of Honor's past comrades-in-arms is a sad part of the story, but inevitable given the long-running heavy fighting and their propensity for being where the action is.
The re-emergence of characters from Masada brings a note of extremism and intolerance that is unpleasant. Sort of matches the real world in a sad way.
The reading seemed mechanical, and I checked it several times to see if it really was a speech-to-text engine. As the story progressed, I either adjusted or the performance got better.
When he discovers that Nuys was from the hidden centuries.
Slow, wooden, mechanical
Who can argue with perfection?
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