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Rogue by Michael Z. Williamson
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Aug 28, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: sci-fi, reviewed-2011
Read in August, 2011

This book is one of Williamson's better efforts, with the caveat that you have to like books with first person introspection. Kenneth Chinran hasn't recovered from his actions during the Freehold War (detailed in "Weapon"), even after 15 years. But he's dragged back in when one of his former agents go rogue and he's called in to take him down.

The hunt is long, dangerous, and full of stresses that remind Ken of who he was, what he did, and where he's both better, the same, and worse than the assassin he's chasing.

The action in the book occupies relatively few pages, so if you're not into dark introspection and psychological drama, you aren't going to enjoy this. If you are, you will enjoy it a lot.

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