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Zoe's Tale by John Scalzi
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Oct 03, 2009

it was ok
Read in November, 2009

OK, read the cover blurb CAREFULLY. This is a redo of the previous book in the "series" (it's not really serial anymore, is it?) The Lost Colony. Redone from Zoe's point of view with more detail and clarification on two topics: the intelligent wolf-things, and what Zoe did while she was off-world in order to come back with the momentum sucking device. Furthermore, it's targeted at young readers, both because it's from Zoe's perspective and because the type face is big.
So I'm pretty disappointed in Scalzi right now pushing this out.
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Doug I have this but haven't read it yet, sounds like it's not nearly up to the others in the series but I am interested in more detail on the emotionless aliens, Scalzi is always pretty non-descriptive when it comes to alien physical characteristics.

Richard I've read the first two chapters, and now realize what it really is. I won't finish it, and I won't read any more of this author's works.

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