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The Memory of Sky Great Ship #4

Species the papio rule its far edges Does Diamond hold the promise to remake one species and perhaps change all of the Creation I should have loved this book It is very well written and has the most amazing setting you can imagine a giant forest growing upside down where the sun shines from below and rain falls upwards Just describing this world evokes pure magic But the book itself somehow suanders the magic I m not even sure why Is it the detached ironic style Is it its sheer length Is it the unsympathetic characters I don t know Still I d recommend it just for the world it creates It is part of a series and I think I ll take a look at the other books linked to it

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Diamond is an odd little boy a seemingly fragile child who proves to be anything but An epic story begins when he steps into the I read this book always waiting to see how it would tie in to the previous two and when it finally did I was left confused and a little dissatisfied It s not a bad novel and I think if I had gone into it without the expectations set up by the previous entries constantly waiting to see how the characters and settings were relevant to the Great Ship and its captains I think I d have enjoyed it So to enjoy The Memory of Sky this is my advice Consider it a stand alone and not a seuel It starts slow but it features a crowd of strongly written and very interesting characters and a setting that was deliciously unintuitive to wrap my head around Imagimorphia read this book always waiting to see how it would tie in to the previous two and when it finally did I was left confused and a little dissatisfied It s not a bad novel and I think if I had gone into it without the expectations set up by the previous entries constantly waiting to see how the characters and settings were The Book of Beginnings relevant to the Great Ship and its captains I think I d have enjoyed it So to enjoy The Memory of Sky this is my advice Consider it a stand alone and not a seuel It starts slow but it features a crowd of strongly written and very interesting characters and a setting that was deliciously unintuitive to wrap my head around

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World his parents have so carefully kept him from a world where gigantic trees each house thousands of humans and another human Way too long and way too obtuse This is really three books but only the first two are worth reading and the second has all the failings of the third book Reed could use a really good editor and a focus on communicating with the reader


10 thoughts on “The Memory of Sky Great Ship #4

  1. says:

    Under the appearance of a classic science fiction story The Memory of the Sky is one of the most usual novels I have ever read From the world and the characters to the way it is written and it plays with reader’s mind this book i

  2. says:

    Imagine a vibrant noisy world in which trees hang from the sky and humans dwell in their trunks where sunlight and monsters drift up from the mysterious demon floor far below Into this chaotic order a child is born a child who has the ability to remember any fact to subtly alter his form to heal from any wound His very hum

  3. says:

    I read this book always waiting to see how it would tie in to the previous two and when it finally did I was left confused and a little dissatisfied It's not a bad novel and I think if I had gone into it without

  4. says:

    Way too long and way too obtuse This is really three books but only the first two are worth reading and the second has all the failings of the third book Reed could use a really good editor and a focus on communicating with the reader

  5. says:

    I hesitate I’ve read and been haunted in a good way by a growing number or Robert Reed’s novels and shorter works It’s not unu

  6. says:

    Marketed as a Great Ship trilogy in one volume the novels are novella length and like Iain M Banks' excellent Inversions is a stealth

  7. says:

    The first 23 of this book was a real page turner I found myself trying to figure out not only who but what the protagonist was I thought his journey from innocent child to runaway to protected treasure to evil monster was interesting as was the political system and antagonist leaders But somewhere after the first half of

  8. says:

    This was a REALLY long and tedious book to read It was an arduous journey to get to where it was obviously going to go before I started reading it yet it explained practically nothing It took me almost 4 months of falling asleep reading this to finish itWhere was that last chapter that actually explained things I could have read 5 or 6 interesting books in the time I spend working on this one falling asleep too easily because I was never o

  9. says:

    I should have loved this book It is very well written and has the most amazing setting you can imagine a giant forest growing upside d

  10. says:

    Interesting and well written Part of a series call Great Ship I haven't read any of the others in the series and some of the story is a little confusing especially the ending The story concerns a world where the sun is down and people live in trees or on reefs The strange arrival of some strange humans sets the

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