This last book didn't redeem the trilogy.
After a somewhat rocky start, this was a pleasant surprise.
Worth reading, but not what I hoped for.
It's a disappointing book.
It's fine, if not particularly inspired.
A sequel with great potential that it doesn't live up to.
Binti offers the kind of fresh outlook we could use more of.
The story moves forward with energy.
The whole effort could have benefited from subtlety and depth.
A long chain of dark message-heavy mood pieces without much story was too much for me
The story moves fast, and it's exciting
a lot of fun, and a good continuation of an engaging story.