Not your best place to start with Del Rey.
If you're new to Lester Del Rey, don't start here.
As pulp as pulp can get, but not in a good way.
Worthwhile for a quick, moderately thoughtful read.
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 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.
A long chain of dark message-heavy mood pieces without much story was too much for me