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This time Karen McQuestion's writing is geared more toward the teen set as she focuses on the growing pains Rae experiences as she tries to find her own independence without hurting her mother's feelings. It's interesting how McQuestion captures Rae's anxieties without betraying her mother at all. Rae essentially raised herself and did a great job.
This incredibly fun sci fi novel takes the protagonist from the troubador planet to the Protestant Work Ethic planet, whose capital is Utilitopia. Has a fast-moving plot, several duels, a romance of sorts, a couple great insults, and some too-facile feminism. Only after I had read it twice did I realize that it was, in fact, the most entertaining defense of Keynsian economics that ever has been or will be written. Downside: a bit dismissive of spirituality and cultural diversity. Warning: if you like this book, don't assume you'll like everything by this author - his themes and quality vary REALLY widely (the thematically icky _Mother of Storms_ and the badly written _Patton's Spaceship_ come to mind).
Octavia Butler's vision of a crumbling, near-future California, wracked by global warming and hordes of tweakers, is perfectly believable. Fellow fans of post-apocalyptic fiction will find it greatly satisfying.
Read this in college and it is what ultimately sent me into psychology as a career. Such a good read. Made psychology seem so interesting and all about the people one meets. Reads like a collection of short stories, not like a psychology textbook (which it's not).
If you haven't read many of Burkes's Robichaux series you'll probably love this book. If you have you will probably find that his characters are becoming a little hackneyed both protagonists and villains and that ending is a little to tidy and abrupt.
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