More an exploration of politics and secular/religious battles than truly hard science fiction. There was some hard science in the plot, but it really took a back seat to the political story. The book is written in a first person perspective, and not for any one character, but for each main character. That took some getting used to when I started the book. I’m just not a huge fan of the first person perspective. By the end of the book I was feeling like this story really deserved more than one book, because there were so many ideas that could have been explored and expanded upon further.
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