Sarah Fallon, Senior Editor: Is anyone else reading this really closely because of how difficult Ancillary Justice was?
It seemed early on that this is less an exercise than a tale, so I found myself letting some of the minutia wash by without worrying too much about whether they were breadcrumbs.
And so far, so good; even after more than 200 pages, the map in the front of the book has barely seemed necessary.
Jay Dayrit, Editorial Operations Manager: I m with Peter on this one.
Comparatively, The Name of Wind is a breath of fresh air.
The book s readability could also be attributed to the familiarity of its constructs, with deference to the Shakespearian band of players and the Dickensian world Tarbean.