Rook Song

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Rook Song By Naomi Foyle Rook Song Astra Ordott is in exile Evicted from Is Land for a crime she cannot regret she has found work in an ancient fortress in Non Land headquarters of the Council of New Continents the global body charge

  • Title: Rook Song
  • Author: Naomi Foyle
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  • Rook Song By Naomi Foyle Astra Ordott is in exile Evicted from Is Land for a crime she cannot regret, she has found work in an ancient fortress in Non Land headquarters of the Council of New Continents, the global body charged with providing humanitarian aid to the inhabitants of this toxic refugee camp.Recovering from a disorienting course of Memory Pacification Treatment, Astra struggles to foAstra Ordott is in exile Evicted from Is Land for a crime she cannot regret, she has found work in an ancient fortress in Non Land headquarters of the Council of New Continents, the global body charged with providing humanitarian aid to the inhabitants of this toxic refugee camp.Recovering from a disorienting course of Memory Pacification Treatment, Astra struggles to focus on her overriding goals to find her Code father and avenge the death of her Shelter mother, Hokma.But can the CONC compound director, the ambiguous Major Thames, protect her from the hawk eyed attentions of her old enemies And who in this world of competing agendas can she trust The deeper Astra ventures into this new world, the she realises her true quest may be to find herself.
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    1. Rob on said:

      Despite being almost a hundred pages longer, Rook Song felt like a much faster read than Astra Where the first book aimed for a rising sense of unease with the flawed utopia that is Is Land, in this novel we meet the problems of the world head on It makes for a faster paced novel that nevertheless finds space for a whole range of social issues Astra has to learn fast to keep up with the changes in her life It is mostly a matter of taste, Foyle aims for very different effects with these novels, b [...]

    2. Bryan Wigmore on said:

      Excellent follow up to Astra, featuring a complex political situation and a wide variety of incredibly real characters, who, with a single exception, I loved On the basis of what I ve seen so far, the Gaia Chronicles deserve to be much better known than they are.

    3. Lisa on said:

      Have you ever read a book that impressed you so much you had no real idea what to say about it This is one of those So began my review of Astra this time last year, and if my mind was blown by that book then I m not sure there s even a word for what this sequel has done to it.When the book begins, Astra is employed by and will eventually come under the protection of CONC the Council of New Continents She s still suffering the effects of what IMBOD did to her her time in the neurohospice has left [...]

    4. Ry Herman on said:

      I m somewhat surprised that this series isn t being widely read as I write this, only 55 reviews for the first book, 10 for this one, and 4 for the third it deserves a wider audience While Astra was a long, slow reveal of the rot inside a supposed utopia, this one dives into the human cost of its policies and hypocrisies that is taking place outside its walls Although there are clear parallels to current events in Israel and Palestine, there are also environmental messages here and a strong, in [...]

    5. S. Naomi Scott on said:

      Rook Song is the second of Naomi Foyle s Gaia Chronicles series, and the third of her books I ve read, and personally I think it s her best so far.It follows on from the events in Astra, and finds the protagonist, Astra Ordott, carving a new life for herself under the protection of CONC the Council Of New Continents Gradually she overcomes the psychological scarring inflicted upon her by IMBOD and finds an occupation within the medical support units operated by CONC, which in turn gives her a ch [...]

    6. Bells on said:

      I really wanted this book to be good, I really did Simply put, it just wasn t I found the story difficult to follow and the characters both endless and pointless I had difficulty enjoying the book and can t say I d ever recommend it to anyone I feel like so much of what made ASTRA a great character was destroyed in the second book I got to a point where I was in this confusing story about a character that I didn t even like any.

    7. Michael O'Donnell on said:

      A good read Big blocks of contention in the world portrayed in the story of single girl Characters have depth but are caricatures It gets harsh at times None of it resolved 2nd in a series The map and personae were useful Written this year so a conclusion will be a while off.

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