The headline says it all, really. This comes from a different period in the genre than a lot of fans are probably used to, so it's less interested in setting up an epic twisty pot than it is in presenting sympathetic characters on all sides of its conflict. Depending on what you want from the genre, it might not be for you, but this is a very good book that falls just short of great. Pinchot's performance is beyond reproach here. He really gets the prose's rhythms and the emotion behind the story. It's probably one of the best readings I've ever heard.
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