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The author of the book: Brian Ruckley
Date of issue: June 7th 2016
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I liked Exile quite a bit more than Corsair. Not sure if it's because Wren made for a more compelling character than Yulan in these brief snippets or if it was because I was more familiar in the world.
Supposedly you can read these before reading The Free, which is what I'm doing, but I think it's probably better if you read the novel 1st. If not, talk of Clever's, Entelech's & Permanence's may be confusing.
As for Exile, it's a pretty well contained tale. It follows the journey of Wren as she tries to find a fellow Clever, Lame Ammenor, in the hopes he'll teach her. Things don't go as planned of course and Wren is left to try & find The Free to stop an invasion.
Definitely well written and Wren is an excellent character. Strength, naivety and a willingness to help get her into & out of trouble.
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Read information about the authorI was born and brought up in Edinburgh. After studying at Edinburgh and Stirling Universities, and after a good deal of displacement activity (varying from spending three months in the rainforests of Borneo trying to record the dawn chorus of gibbons to briefly working in a tea warehouse / factory), I moved to England to enter the world of full-time employment.
As much by luck as judgement, I had a series of on the whole enjoyable and interesting jobs, mostly based in London. All of them save one have been in the charity sector, and at various times they have involved extensive overseas travel, environmental and community projects, nature conservation and fundraising.
Writing was a big feature of my childhood, and has ebbed and flowed as a spare-time occupation ever since. I sold a couple of short stories in the 1990s, but didn’t really start thinking seriously about writing novels until the 21st Century had got underway.
At the start of 2003, I turned myself into a freelance consultant on environmental projects, partly in order to devote more time to writing; since then, the writing side of things has taken over almost completely.
I am now back in Edinburgh, where I live with my lovely wife, and miss the excitement of London only a little, and only occasionally.
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