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As I crossed over into the final 100 pages, I felt like we were bound to not have anything exciting happen. Yes, we had learned some very interesting facts about Sevek’s life on Annares, and how he came to be the man that he is today. Particularly we were given the sense that he became aware that the system in place did not always offer the best utility to all individuals, and that in many regards the symptoms of discontent that people on Urras feel mirror their sentiments. We see that the two worlds are probably (or at least hopefully) moving towards a new relationship with one another and instilling new ideas for the citizens of each that take into account ideals from the other. Sevek has unwittingly found himself a part of a war he does not yet understand, and I’m very excited to see where this goes. Review to come soon.