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Ancillary justice af Ann Leckie
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Ancillary justice (udgave 2013)

af Ann Leckie

Serier: Imperial Radch (1)

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Now isolated in a single frail human body, Breq, an artificial intelligence that used to control of a massive starship and its crew of soldiers, tries to adjust to her new humanity while seeking vengeance and answers to her questions.
Medlem:searscho
Titel:Ancillary justice
Forfattere:Ann Leckie
Info:New York : Orbit, 2013.
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
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Ancillary Justice af Ann Leckie

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    Mørkets venstre hånd af Ursula K. Le Guin (lquilter)
    lquilter: Fans of either Le Guin's Left Hand of Darkness or Leckie's Ancillary Justice should enjoy the other. In common, the pacing, character-centered perspective obscuring aspects of the universe, political machinations, far-future setting, and treatment of ethics; also interesting for its simultaneous foregrounding and backgrounding of gender.… (mere)
  2. 60
    All Systems Red af Martha Wells (chlorine)
    chlorine: Main protagonists are at least somewhat AI, and both books have a neutral take on gender.
  3. 50
    A Memory Called Empire af Arkady Martine (g33kgrrl)
    g33kgrrl: Both books feature complex, political space sci-fi with amazing characters and world-building.
  4. 40
    Ghost Spin af Chris Moriarty (libron)
    libron: Ancillary Justice is great - but for a nuanced, riveting treatment of AI, Moriarty has her beat, hands down. I hope to see more rigorous explorations in future of what Leckie has limned in her first outing.
  5. 30
    Ring of Swords af Eleanor Arnason (libron)
    libron: Arnason's depiction of an alternative (alien) gender/social structure is awesome. I hope Leckie can flesh her own ideas out further beyond pronoun ambiguity in forthcoming books.
  6. 30
    The Ship Who Sang af Anne McCaffrey (RidgewayGirl)
    RidgewayGirl: Utterly different in tone, this also features the "mind" of a ship and the people she interacts with.
  7. 30
    A Matter of Oaths af Helen S. Wright (sandstone78)
    sandstone78: Some of the dynamics in Leckie's Ancillary Justice remind me of the much more obscure single-volume space opera Wright's A Matter of Oaths about two warring immortal emperors and a protagonist with a mysterious connection to them- if you like one, you may like the other.… (mere)
  8. 30
    Foreigner af C. J. Cherryh (sandstone78)
    sandstone78: Leckie has said that Cherryh's Foreigner books were a big influence on Ancillary Justice and sequels
  9. 41
    Embassytown af China Miéville (electronicmemory)
  10. 20
    A Fire upon the Deep af Vernor Vinge (electronicmemory)
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    The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet af Becky Chambers (souloftherose)
    souloftherose: Both are optimistic space operas that focus on the characters and their relationships.
  12. 20
    Fool's War af Sarah Zettel (Dilara86)
    Dilara86: Sentient AIs and spaceships
  13. 10
    Leviathan Wakes af James S. A. Corey (g33kgrrl)
  14. 10
    Ninefox Gambit af Yoon Ha Lee (souloftherose)
  15. 10
    Hexwood af Diana Wynne Jones (CelestiaJK)
    CelestiaJK: Both have interesting AI themes and a great understanding of human nature.
  16. 10
    Shards of Earth af Adrian Tchaikovsky (aulandez)
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    The Lazarus War: Artefact af Jamie Sawyer (dClauzel)
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    Lock In af John Scalzi (sturlington)
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    Worlds of Exile and Illusion: Three Complete Novels of the Hainish Series in One Volume af Ursula K. Le Guin (sturlington)
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Ancillary Justice reminded me very much to old science fiction, particularly Iain M. Banks' novels. It is not my favorite kind of sci-fi. There is too much Deus Ex Machina for my taste and the characters are almost iconic representations of its stereotype.

Some ideas of the novel were interesting, but most were puerile. While reading it, I thought it was a Young Adult book and I was surprised to see it as winner of the Hugo and the Nebula, no less. It is entertaining but I would not recommend it to my friends. ( )
  cdagulleiro | Jul 3, 2024 |
E: Incredibe worldbuilding, and I loved the character voice, snd it's such a hard thing to get right when you're trying to make a non-human voice sound non-human. I feel like the plot definitely played second fiddle to getting play with the set pieces and ideas of person-hood, but that didn't take away from my enjoyment, and well, it's book one in a trilogy. ( )
  EasterGenua | Jun 17, 2024 |
I enjoyed it. It's been praised for its treatment of gender issues but I didn't think it had much to say on that (the whole pronoun thing seemed to me rather gimmicky). The best part was the "shared-conscience" thing and, above all, the emperor and his internal problems.

I thought it was an adequate adventure, with good characterization and a rather dystopian far-future society that seemed suitably different to ours without going completely overboard. The biggest problem for me was the lack of interest in many aspects of world-building. I would have liked to find out much more about that universe, but the glimpse we got of it was very limited. ( )
  jcm790 | May 26, 2024 |
AstroNavi senzienti, alieni, AI,confitti morali

stupendo!!! ( )
  LLonaVahine | May 22, 2024 |
En esta obra ganadora de los premios más importantes de ciencia ficción de habla inglesa en 2014, tenemos una típica Space Opera pero con características narrativas distintivas que por momentos se aleja del convencionalismo típico del género.

La autora nos plantea un imperio galáctico, conocido como el Radch, donde una IA a conquistado a casi toda la galaxia. Esta inteligencia ejerce el control por medio de naves manejadas por inteligencias artificiales independientes que se sirven de "auxiliares" que no son más que cuerpos humanos modificados que son utilizados para diversas labores desde soldados a simples empleados como extensiones de la IA misma. Es dentro de este contexto y por un evento "desconocido" acontecido hace 20 años, que la nave "Justicia de Toren" ha quedado reducida tan solo a un auxiliar, "Breq" que es también "Esk Una", y ha jurado venganza contra la Lord del Radch.

Al comenzar la lectura lo primero que llama la atención es el uso del femenino en la narración. Como para las IAs no existen diferencias de género "ellas" hablan todo en femenino y de esta forma como lectores debemos interpretar a través de pequeños detalles o el mismo contexto cual es el género del los personajes que van apareciendo. Es por momentos complicado o simplemente asumimos que todos son femeninos hasta que por alguna información nos damos cuenta de nuestro error. No se si por la estructura de los párrafos, o la traducción, me costaba seguir el hilo de quien hablaba, si lo pensamos bien el ser hombre o mujer, en este contexto, no debería ser un problema para la lectura, pero al leer uno se da cuenta de lo acostumbrados que estamos a que el uso del género nos de en si información que "asumimos" de los personajes per se.

Personalmente las primeras 100 -150 páginas se me hicieron eternas, esta narrado intercalando el tiempo actual y lo que sucedió hace 20 años y es a través de sus protagonistas que vamos descubriendo el funcionamiento político, económico y social de este universo, que aunque está muy bien logrado me pareció una introducción excesivamente larga.

Cuando ya realmente dejamos la narración y pasamos a la acción es una Space Opera más clásica ya se pone mucho más entretenido y se nos da información a montones, creo que desde la mitad del libro ya no pude parar de leer. Me gustaron mucho los personajes, casi todos muestran personalidad distintivas, en particular "Breq" y "Seivarden" quien tiene un gran crecimiento a través de la obra.

En conclusión me gusto, no me parece una obra maestra pero su narrativa es diferente y bastante cautivadora, su universo y personajes están muy bien logrados y dan ganas de seguir leyendo su continuación. ( )
  Transitus | Apr 15, 2024 |
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