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Convergence Foreigner #18With Bren entirely nless they are small Minded Conservative Bigots Who Embarrass Themselves By conservative bigots who embarrass themselves by weak arguments Cajeiri s part of the story is only slightly interesting He visits his Beyond Band of Brothers uncle gets assigned bodyguards and meets a distant cousin with some information about the tense political situation At one point I thought there was potential for a good gun battle or at least one hasty evacuation by bus but no such luck Cajeiri doesn t get lost or kidnapped or even thrown off his mecheita The only nice bit is that he s gradually accepting his role as a future leader I like Cherryh s work enough to putp with a certain amount of repetition and slow pacing but this book is a disappointment This series has been fascinating and exciting at times and I hope the next book will be much better To read of my reviews check out my blog at keikii Eats Books ote Mani says if we site a space industry in their district they will become great supporters of the ship Perhaps we should give them a contract Change son of mine should be applied like salt to a dish best taste it nderstand it and then decide Review Hmm Convergence wasdifferent somehow "A lot of hows to be honest I think if I weren t so biasedly in love with this "lot of hows to be honest I think if I weren t so biasedly in love with this I might have rated this much poorly than I haveWhile both Bren and Cajeiri have been sharing the perspective for the book since I believe book eight or nine it is different this time around They are much eual characters Cajeiri has. Two chiefs of state both the human and the atevi who share the planet Bren is obliged to carry the just signed treaty to the human government on an island some forty miles off the shores of the atevi ruled megacontinent and without explaining the dire situation that would send the people into chaos to arrange .

review Convergence Foreigner #18

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It s such a pleasure to be among these old friends I only regret that I m finished Next please CJ I really like these books and I was glad to visit again with the characters and become immersed in the language style However this is perhaps the weakest entry "in the whole series aside from the first book which is weak for entirely different reasons It s "the whole series aside from the first book which is weak for entirely different reasons It s talking That might not be "so bad but most of the talking is either rehashing of previous " bad but most of the talking is either rehashing of previous or even worse Bren explaining the current Situation over and over again Even that might have been tolerable if there was the The Year of Living Biblically usual bit of suspenseful action at the end but this absolutely just peters out The Situation is the same as at the end of the previous book the alien kyo have signed a treaty of good will and are leaving the solar system there are 5000 people on the space station who need to be relocated to the planet as soon as possible and the human children whom Cajeiri befriended on the station would be good candidates for future paidhi I have all that memorized because Bren explains it at length at least a dozen times He s making a formal visit to the human island with his entire atevi entourage and it should have been fun to see their reaction to the human region and the reaction of the locals Unfortunately Jago and Banichi speak hardly a word and all Bren does is meet with various people and explain the aforementioned Situation againntil you re ready to scream The humans merely nod and agree. Convergence is the eighteenth book in CJ Cherryh's beloved Foreigner space opera seriesConvergence marks a new phase in the Foreigner Universe knowledge about the dangerous situation in adjacent space rests only with Bren Cameron the human diplomat to the alien court of the atevi four starship captains and the. Been acting like an adult having and agency with each successive book Acting less like chaos incarnate This was like a test for him and he passed with flying coloursBren book Acting less like chaos incarnate This was like a test for him and he passed with flying coloursBren story was much of the same as it has been the entire series Politics politics and politics The differenc I have been a big fan for years and years and so looked forward to this book The back story was handled ickly and deftly in the opening chapter I liked the half about the heir although I wanted the pet problem resolved I felt the half with the main character becoming a power and setting p the next book could have been done without "all the meetings detailed showing how it worked with first people instead "the meetings detailed showing how it worked with first people instead interaction by Bren with lots of favorite main characters Book 18The explosive discovery made at the end of the previous instalment is kept nder wraps with only a handful of people aware of it Knowing Cherryh I guess we re going to have to wait ite a while for that dish to be ready to be served In the meantime I was pleasantly surprised when this #Narrative Took Bren To Mospheira #took Bren to Mospheira d been wanting to see that perspective for For the Love of All Thats Holy, Dont Buy a Boat When Venus is in Retrograde uite a while Now how did I miss that all previous paidhi did not speak with the atevi but communicated through written messages I can well see the huge change Bren would be and yes I had fun at seeing him deal with theniversity s obtuse members Cajeiri s side of the story was good but paled a little in comparisonI must admit I do wonder where Cherr. Or the human refugees who are crowding the space station to be landed on the island since the atevi will not grant land to the human residents of their planet Bren a native of this island is now an atevi official trying to prepare the human inhabitants for the arrival of many desperate human refugees from space.

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