Too slapdash and inconsistent to work
A good introduction to the short work of a talented writer.
Well written, and an interesting (if limited) exploration of at least one geoengineering approach to climate change.
This most recent trilogy is not a success.
A quick, fun read.
A welcome return to form from a talented, inventive author.
A book that's too proud to unbend enough to say hello, and therefore one I didn't really get to know.
A temporary stopping point in what's clearly a larger story.
A good smooth read with a disappointing ending.
An interesting look at some possibilities for human development, if one more concept than character driven.
A good (and less chaotic) extension of the Winter of Ghosts series.
Not up to Modesitt's best.