Monday, December 27, 2021

Micro Mention "Caliban's War"

James S.A. Corey

"Caliban's War," the second novel in The Expanse series by James S.A. Corey, is still firmly in what I mentally categorize as the sci-fi horror section of the series. The Protomolecule is still so new and creepy that it dominates the narrative—and I love it.

I actually just finished the whole novel series a few days back, and it's hard to capture how satisfying the entire series was to read. By the time I got to the later books in the series, it was startling to think about how much ground Corey covered in these books. 

True to its namesake, the book series's scope gets bigger and bigger as it goes on, and the events in "Caliban's War" are what set the story down the road it takes and where we end up is, well, unexpected.

I expect that I'll be working on a full review of "Leviathan Falls" the last book in this series, soon. So keep checking in for that.

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