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  1. says: [EPUB] (Tracker Foreigner #16) read & download ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Þ C.J. Cherryh summary Tracker Foreigner #16

    summary Tracker Foreigner #16 [EPUB] (Tracker Foreigner #16) I'm extremely happy to be returning to space again Not that I didn't love the politics and the deadly action and the assassination attempts down below but it's been a long time since we went back to space Objectively it's only been a year but in that time there's been a civil war and the space station has been dealing with troublesome refugees from another space station that had gotten itself into some deep trouble with some ver

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    [EPUB] (Tracker Foreigner #16) read & download ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Þ C.J. Cherryh summary Tracker Foreigner #16 Ever since book 6 Explorer I've been waiting WAITING for this to happen Book 16 Tracker is everything I ever wanted to see in this

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    [EPUB] (Tracker Foreigner #16) 45 Reading my way through the Foreigner series has been an enjoyable discovery but I must admit that the last 9 books were perhaps a little too much to get back to this part of the narrative Don’t get me wrong Many aspects dealt with were fascinating and getting Cajeiri’s point of view has been priceless and oh so much fun but in my very humble opinion it could have been done a tad uicker Book 16 on the other hand ‘beginning

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    [EPUB] (Tracker Foreigner #16) just another idyllic peaceful interlude on the home world of the ateviuntil aliens zoom into range and civil war breaks out on the space station and cajeiri stains his cuff lace with inkC J ma? with respect bowing slightly one does understand how much effort goes into each of your Foreigner novels and one does absolutel

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    summary Tracker Foreigner #16 [EPUB] (Tracker Foreigner #16) Despite having a tea ceremony on the cover and thus leading one to expect of the same this book contains non trivial events I cared about for the first time in several volumes Not that I mind reading about Cajeiri picking our furniture and having a birthday party or I wouldn't still be reading but this book was much like t

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    [EPUB] (Tracker Foreigner #16) C.J. Cherryh Þ 9 characters summary Tracker Foreigner #16 TRACKER features all of Cherryh's strengths and weaknesses In particular the slow pace and constant repetitions get old but I just skim the slow parts I've been away from the Foreigner universe for uite awhile and it's a pleasure to be back First of a new story arc and the next is on its way from the library The space station diplom

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    summary Tracker Foreigner #16 [EPUB] (Tracker Foreigner #16) C.J. Cherryh Þ 9 characters Oh Boy a proper cliffhangerStarting out slowly as usual with Bren worrying about everything and thus giving an approximate history of the series so far I love Bren he is the most Virgo hero I have ever come across and it makes a refreshing change from the Alpha Male heroes usually portrayed He is intelligent meticulous sometimes fussy considerate very diplomatic and fair While maintaining his own modesty he is able to wield the power of

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    [EPUB] (Tracker Foreigner #16) This episode of Foreigner blew me away One of the best books in my favorite SF series

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    summary Tracker Foreigner #16 [EPUB] (Tracker Foreigner #16) So I've read every book in this series It's been fun I love the world and the Atevi culture and the characters are great I love Bren's aishid T

  10. says: [EPUB] (Tracker Foreigner #16) C.J. Cherryh Þ 9 characters

    [EPUB] (Tracker Foreigner #16) C.J. Cherryh Þ 9 characters Argh Mixed feelings I guess For a long long time this book didn't really catch me at all Loads of rehashing loads of build up loads of setting up the conflict for the whole arc without much actually happening Yeah it's awesome the Kyo are fin

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summary Tracker Foreigner #16

summary Tracker Foreigner #16 C.J. Cherryh Þ 9 characters review Tracker Foreigner #16 ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Tracker is the sixteenth installment of CJ Cherryh's acclaimed Foreigner seriesIt’s been a year of upheaval since Bren Cameron’s return from space a year when he and the aiji dowager one of his most powerful atevi allies returned home from their two year interstellar mission to find the government over­thrown and their world in chaos Now at last things are calming down; the Ass. 45 Reading my way through the Foreigner series has been an enjoyable discovery but I must admit that the last 9 books were perhaps a little too much to get back to this part of the narrative Don t get me wrong Many aspects dealt with were fascinating and getting Cajeiri s point of view has been priceless and oh so much fun but in my very humble opinion it could have been done a tad uicker Book 16 on the other hand beginning of another trilogy arc was much to my taste We finally get thrown back into the mess that is the station hotpot with factions than you could believe the Mospheirans the humans from the ship and then the humans rescued from the abandoned station all at each other s throat nearly As if this wasn t enough the Kyo are coming O Yes I m smiling And who else can sort all this out Bren of course Bradley mentioned diplomacy as a superpower and I have to agree that it fits beautifully I must also commend Cherryh for giving us Irene and developing her as a really fascinating protagonist full of potential Here we have a child who although scared by all the explosive situations gathers her strength and actually uses it and her intelligence in a determined way I cannot wait to see what else she is going to achieve In the paucity of strong female characters it is a breath of fresh air The only thing I didn t like was the ending You cannot leave it there Can t wait for next month to get the next book O

read & download ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Þ C.J. CherryhTracker Foreigner #16

summary Tracker Foreigner #16 C.J. Cherryh Þ 9 characters review Tracker Foreigner #16 ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ager’s daring new trade agreement through the appropriate legislative committees Combined with Tabini aiji’s recent appointment of his young son Cajeiri as his official heir Bren’s workload is challenging but at least things on the atevi world seem to be on the right track Something is coming however uietly stealthily just the first ominous twinkle of a new star in the heavens. So I ve read every book in this series It s been fun I love the world and the Atevi culture and the characters are great I love Bren s aishid There s just one thing that keeps bothering me A little background A few years ago when Jean Auel wrote the Ayla series I read each one as soon as it came out I was hooked on this character and her grand adventures My husband read them too and his only comment was that she invented everything The comment stuck with me because of course it was sort of true Sewing Taming horses and dogs Inventing the sling And a bunch of other species changing events all brought about at the hands of this one woman I mean it s not like Jean was really claiming that this one woman did all those things or that there even was just one person who did these things They were works of fiction and she was just bringing to life events that must have happened at some point conveniently housed in a single interesting and likeable person It was just so unrealistic when you stepped back and looked at it from that perspective And the thing is once you did look at it from that perspective the suspension of disbelief so critical to enjoyment of the book was ruined I couldn t read another book in the series without being a little cynical about whatever new adventure or skill Ayla came up with And I never did read the last fewYeah there s a point and I imagine you ve come to it by now Bren is truly at the center of his universe Oh sure he s not the aiji but even the supreme leader of an entire race of people defers to his judgement in most things After a while one s willingness to believe begins to sufferI think it s a matter of being hoist by her own petard CJ wrote about this fascinating species that didn t have emotions in the same way as humans do and set up a classic confrontation with the readers empathy inclined to settle on the Atevi side After all aside from a few exceptions we see most humans in these books as petulant irrational creatures who pursue their own narrow and selfish political interests even when those interests put their lives and their entire culture at risk There appears to be no appreciation or gratitude towards the Atevi or even a basic understanding that they exist on an island with limited resources at the discretion of a people who never invited themAnd the Atevi are supposed to be guided by an emotional structure so unlike humans that the very exposure between races creates difficulties in understanding so severe they ve escalated to war in the past and could easily do so again as each side finds it impossible to breach the gulf And yet at this point in the series some 18 books in Bren is still the only one who can be depended on to act in a smart and rational way guiding everyone else to the safe ground He s navigated the emotional gap so successfully he s become a virtual savior to Atevi who appear to find him completely reassuring I would say beloved but that s supposed to be the problem isn t it It s lovely to read but there s a corner of my mind that says Really Nobody else would be able to see it from this perspective and do the right thing Really And that sort of ruins it for meWill I stop reading the series if we get No Not at all I love the Atevi They are one of the most interesting alien cultures imagined in science fiction today I just wish that it had been possible to maintain a bit of their alien ness That their alien emotional structure continued to surprise and catch Bren off guard That Bren still feels danger not only from the occasional Atevi he doesn t know but from the ones he loves And that they would sometimes do things that are incomprehensible to him The premise of the story is that there was a reason the humans and Atevi warred 200 years before Foreigner begins A reason they limited contact between their two races I can only imagine that at some point in the past there were other humans and Atevi who felt they d managed to leap the gap but who were disastrously wrong That reason appears to have faded over the course of this series and it leaves behind a drier heart to the story The Atevi have had their teeth removed somewhat to everyone s detrimentOh and reading back on this review and reflecting on the activities of our current legislative branch I believe I did Ms Cherryh a disservice She s nailed human politics and politicians My apologies

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summary Tracker Foreigner #16 C.J. Cherryh Þ 9 characters review Tracker Foreigner #16 ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Assins’ Guild is functioning again working out its internal difficulties and Bren is settling back into his routine not as Lord of the Heavens; not to his regret as Lord of Najida peninsula where his leisure estate is located; but as paidhi aiji an official in the atevi court His current ambition is to keep himself and his bodyguard out of harm’s way and to shepherd the aiji dow. Despite having a tea ceremony on the cover and thus leading one to expect of the same this book contains non trivial events I cared about for the first time in several volumes Not that I mind reading about Cajeiri picking our furniture and having a birthday party or I wouldn t still be reading but this book was much like the reason I wanted Atevi books in the first placeI can t wait for the next one

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  • Tracker Foreigner #16
  • C.J. Cherryh
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  • 11 January 2020
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