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All day at work today, I said to myself “self, after dinner tonight, you really need to write that review of The Guns Above. Like, really!  It had super fun dialog, a great pace, and damn smart science, so just write the review already!”

 

And then I got home from work, had some dinner, made a cup of tea, and saw Seth Dickinson’s The Traitor Baru Cormorant sitting on the desk.  I finished my reread of this book last night. The 2nd book in the series, The Monster Baru Cormorant, is coming out in a few weeks, and I’d wanted to refresh myself on the details of what happened in the first book.

 

 

Why do I do this to myself? Why do I read books that break me into a million little pieces, and then read them again?   I don’t wish for any of these terrible things to happen in real life, i don’t wish pain or loss on anyone, why am I obsessed with reading fantasies about it? What is wrong with me?

 

You ever read any Robin Hobb?  Someone once asked how she writes such compelling books. She responded with something along the lines of “I think of the worst thing that I can do to my character, and then I do it”.

 

With Baru Cormorant, Seth Dickinson has said to Hobb “here, hold my beer”.

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