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The Serrano Succession by Elizabeth Moon
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The Serrano Succession

by Elizabeth Moon

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This is an omnibus, but it's not really worth reviewing them separately because the first book is almost completely setup. It's meandering, plotless, and kind of confusing as Moon builds the bridge to the sociopolitical situation she intends to explore in the second book. It's necessary setup, I suppose, but I can't imagine reading the book on its own.

The second book, however, is very solid. All the pieces are in place and it's a very satisfying adventure. Some long-running minor mysteries are cleared up, not everyone gets a happy ending in a realistic way, and the end is surprisingly affecting. It definitely makes up for the mess that preceeds it.

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  JeremyPreacher | Mar 30, 2013 |
Not quite as good as the previous books. There were too many different sub-plots. I was also getting abit tired of all the men being old and evil or young and silly. ( )
  gregandlarry | Jun 14, 2012 |
Serrano series finally concludes. Once you get past the fox hunting it goes into overdrive through the three omnibus collections right to the end. I read them all back to back such was the captivation of the story writing. ( )
  jkincaid | May 21, 2011 |
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