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D They wish to preserve their cherished way of life Best of All MOBI #241 but come to discover that in order to preserve their culture they may have to change it forever Now a man and a woman from these two clashing societies must work together to save this vanishin. This book totally rocked my world and changed what I thought was possible in space opera as well as stories about alien cultures meeting Karen Lord has a wonderfully warm and funny voice which manages to bridge the gap between the horrific act of genocide that starts this book and the gentle romantic comedy that it becomes You can read my full review of this book here I feel like this book deserved way attention than it got There's also a delightful seuel The Galaxy Game

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The Best of All Possible WorldsG race and end up uncovering ancient mysteries with far reaching ramifications As their mission hangs in the balance this unlikely team one cool and cerebral the other fiery and impulsive just may find in each other their own destinies and a force that transcends al. is the story good Yes Is it narrated in a specific way for a reason Yes But I just didn't really like it I spent the majority of the story so emotionally detached from the main characters that I wasn't really invested in what happened with them It was interesting but like a flipping through a magazine and then stopping to read an article before moving on again3 Stars

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The Best of All Possible Worlds review ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ ❮Epub❯ ➜ The Best of All Possible Worlds ➛ Author Karen Lord – Gwairsoft.co.uk A proud and reserved alien society finds its homeland destroyed in an unprovoked act of aggression and the survivors have no choice but to reaA proud and reserved of All PDFEPUB #230 alien society finds its homeland destroyed in an unprovoked act of aggression and the survivors have no choice but to The Best Epubreach out to the indigenous humanoids of their adopted world to whom they are distantly relate. This was a lovely subtle piece of science fiction of a sort I don't see enough of It's reminiscent of The Left Hand of Darkness and Ammonite anthropological and travelogue ish in the best senses Lord develops characters slowly letting the reader discover them through their actions as they are placed in new and strange situations The story begins with a large scale tragedy but starts the action some time later so that the book is about long term personal coping rather than the immediate aftermath I have a couple of minor issues with the book Though it is very different from Lord's first book Redemption in Indigo she at times falls back on some similar narrative techniues Addressing the reader works in a folktale but pulls me out of the story here making me wonder how the tale is being related to me and why in a way that I shouldn't be uestioningThe book is very episodic and some of the episodes were resonant than others Some threads seem like they would come back again but really don't make any return appearance I love seeing sexual minorities and ethnic minorities portrayed in SF and for the most part Lord handles those topics well There is a character of ambiguous gender in this novel who is written as a well rounded member of the team neither a curiosity past the initial mention nor a source of ridicule I was therefore a little disappointed when at one point very very minor spoiler view spoilersomeone wants to turn Lian's story into a romantic holo but Lian firmly redeclared as gender neutral which seems to negate that possibility hide spoiler