One of the three sci-fi that I have ever bothered to read.
But I didn't have to try and keep reading this, it just kept on going without me. Not even because of it's plot, which Shinn kept secret for some time. No... it was because of this world. One set in the extremes of the masculine, and the other the feminine... and it made you realize that you didn't really like either! You wanted something in between... and she gave you that too, but then you found the middle ground to be borning. It's actually a book that I think feminists should read... as it would give them an exaggerated view of the world they want.