This is a super good read. An AI spaceship’s mind ends up in the body of one person named Breq, one of its ancillaries. The AI mind is out for a bit of revenge after its spaceship, all it’s crew and the rest of its ancillaries are destroyed.
Really well written with a great protagonist, it’s a real page turner.
But don’t just take my word for it being a great story: Ancillary Justice won the following awards:
Arthur C. Clarke Award for best science fiction novel of the year, 2014.
British Science Fiction Association BSFA Award for Best Novel
Hugo Award for Best Novel from the World Science Fiction Society, 2014.
Kitschies Golden Tentacle for best debut novel, 2013.
Locus Award for Best First Novel, 2014.
Nebula Award for Best Novel from the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, 2013.
Seiun Award for Best Translated Novel, 2016.
The novel was also nominated for the following awards:
Finalist for the Compton Crook Award for best first science fiction/fantasy/horror novel from the Baltimore Science Fiction Society.
Named to the James Tiptree Jr. Award Honor List, for science fiction or fantasy that expands or explores our understanding of gender.
Shortlisted for the Philip K. Dick Award for distinguished original science fiction paperback.
It does kind of remind me of Murderbot by Martha Wells, so if you liked those books you’ll probably like this, and vice versa.
And now i’m diving straight into Ancillary Sword: #excited
Bye for now.