Cibola Burn (The Expanse, #4)

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Joshua Lense Good news everyone! Hachette Audio confirmed that a new version of Cibola Burn audio book narrated by Jefferson Mays will release March of this year! …moreGood news everyone! Hachette Audio confirmed that a new version of Cibola Burn audio book narrated by Jefferson Mays will release March of this year! proof: http://imgur.com/gallery/4HXCw(less)
Eric Rupert It does not continue. There is considerable political justification for events that occur throughout the book and series, but Cibola Burn gets much we…moreIt does not continue. There is considerable political justification for events that occur throughout the book and series, but Cibola Burn gets much weirder and is more about the diversity of human responses to danger and mystery and responsibility. While Jim Holden does arrive as a UN mediator on Ilus, not New Terra (see what I did there?), politics gives way to a number of other threats, and the law becomes that which is enforced instead of that which is written or even remotely reasonable. Emotions rule, and that's what, it seems to me, makes the series enjoyable if not always completely sensible. In the end you'll see a hint at the historical complexities the author(s) are "channeling"-- those of colonization, dehumanization, and (a)moral justification. (less)
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