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Song of the Navigator

by Astrid Amara

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I still can't decide how to classify this book. It reads like erotica, but with less sex, if that makes any sense. I wouldn't call it romance, because while there is a romance of sorts, it takes a backseat to an exploration of post-traumatic stress disorder and Stockholm syndrome. The world building is interesting and solid (alien planets, evil corporations, transportation via sound), and I would've liked more of it. The family relationships are well done, and I empathized with the characters even if I couldn't always see how they understood each other. An interesting, if quick read, but it needs another hundred pages to make the final relationship outcome more believable. ( )
  semjaza | Nov 6, 2015 |
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