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Regeneration (Species Imperative, #3) The plot was becoming a little convoluted by this part in the series, and there was a little too much going on There were loops that kind of went off in various directions, like they were going to be very important, but they never really circled back I can t tell if these were leftovers from early ideas that didn t get used later and weren t taken out in editing, or perhaps these side trails will be used in a spinoff series later, focusing on a different set of characters It felt like there w The plot was becoming a little convoluted by this part in the series, and there was a little too much going on There were loops that kind of went off in various directions, like they were going to be very important, but they never really circled back I can t tell if these were leftovers from early ideas that didn t get used later and weren t taken out in editing, or perhaps these side trails will be used in a spinoff series later, focusing on a different set of characters It felt like there was a lot of effort put into some of the characters that weren t used all that much, so perhaps they will get their won series later That s something that Elizabeth Moon doesthan Julie Czerneda, that I ve seen so far, but that Love this series very attached to the characters, there s a bit of historical sci fi mystery thrown in, along with suspense and Just go read it And Czerneda is a Canadian biologist Love Also read Jack McDevitt if you like this sort of book No ribs for Mac Mac gets SALAD and BEER With The Alien Dhryn Cutting A Pathway Through The Inhabited Spaceways Bringing About The Annihilation Of Many Of The Races Who Have The Misfortune To Lie Along The Star Trail They Are Following Time Is Running Out For All Sentient Life Forms Can Biologists Mackenzie Connor And Emily Mamami Solve The Riddle Of The Dhryn Before Their Part Of The Galaxy Becomes As Dead As The Mysterious Region Known As The Chasm Regeneration is the end of a trilogy, and I think I liked it even better than the trilogy that ended with To Trade the Stars The science part of the sci fi was heavily weighted towards the biological, and Czerneda s alien species were fascinating I also loved the main character, and found her interaction with her students and friends so charming that my children learned the teasing chant, No ribs for Mac No ribs for Mac Mac gets salad and BEER Um, guess you had to be there Anyways, tho Regeneration is the end of a trilogy, and I think I liked it even better than the trilogy that ended with To Trade the Stars The science part of the sci fi was heavily weighted towards the biological, and Czerneda s alien species were fascinating I also loved the main character, and found her interaction with her students and friends so charming that my children learned the teasing chant, No ribs for Mac No ribs for Mac Mac gets salad and BEER Um, guess you had to be there Anyways, though the start of Good trilogy all around, really good trilogy if you are a biology nerd like me. A solid end to a well written, if overly detailed, trilogy I would only recommend this series to someone who s a World Building Super Fan Czerneda is muchconcerned with backstory and characterization than plot, and while that s usually a What a bizarre series Such a logistical style Everything is about organising meetings, people oversleeping and missing meetings, meetings getting interrupted by new information, people unable to make meetings because of Random Alien Behaviour, people misinterpreting each other in meetings Mac spends 99% of this book trying to get to Planet Myriam Spoilernotaspoiler she doesn t actually get there in the end, but saves the galaxy while having meetings on the ship that s going there.One What a bizarre series Such a logistical style Everything is about organising meetings, people oversleeping and missing meetings, meetings getting interrupted by new information, people unable to make meetings because of Random Alien Behaviour, people misinterpreting each other in meetings Mac spends 99% of this book trying to get to Planet Myriam Spoilernotaspoiler she doesn t actually get there in the end, but saves the galaxy while having meetings on the ship that s going there.One section stood out from the rest the escapade to the derelict Dryhn ship That had th This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Ohhhh, I just bloody love this book and this series Great way to end, even if at times it felt a little rushed no wonder with how long the book was getting Still, I was kind of sad that it did come to an end, even though I m looking forward to moving onto my next book I love the humour in this series the Myg are so funny with their Irrelevant and their Idiot And the baby myg were ju This is the third and final book in the Species Imperative series, and I recommend all three of the books The main character is a salmon researcher, and heads a facility off the NW coast of either Canada or the U.S., not sure which, several hundred years in the future There are several species of aliens who play major roles in these stories, A wonderful conclusion to an outstanding series What we ve got here is a cranky scientist, Mac, who just wants to spendtime with her data but who isn t gonna get it The series gets off to a slow start, but after a while, you can t help loving her character.Overall, Julie Czerneda has outdone herself this time The trilogy is full of what she does best fun and fascinating aliens It s also got several lovable characters who it is just plain fun to spend time with This book is a stron A wonderful conclusion to an outstanding series What we ve got here is a cranky scientist, Mac, who just wants to spendtime with her data but who isn t gonna get it The series gets off to a slow start, but after a while, you can t help loving her character.Overall, Julie Czerneda has outdone herself this time The trilogy is full of what she does best fun and fascinating aliens It s also got several lovable characters who it is just plain fun to spend time with This b


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