The Will to Battle (Terra Ignota #3)

The Will to Battle (Terra Ignota #3)

The Will to Battle ?the third book of 2017 John W. Campbell Award winner Ada Palmer's Terra Ignota series?a political SF epic of extraordinary audacity ?A cornucopia of dazzling, sharp ideas set in rich, wry prose that rewards rumination with layers of delight. Provocative, erudite, inventive, resplendent.? ?Ken Liu, author of The Grace of Kings The long years of near-utopi The Will to Battle ?the third book of 2017 John W. Campbell Award winner Ada Palmer's Terra Ignota ...

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Title:The Will to Battle (Terra Ignota #3)
Author:Ada Palmer
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Genres:Science Fiction
ISBN:The Will to Battle
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:368 pages pages

The Will to Battle (Terra Ignota #3) Reviews

  • Sherwood Smith
    Dec 20, 2017

    Update, later the same day: I think I'm gonna nominate this one for Hugo. It keeps getting better on reflection. :) Original Review: I took my time and savored this one. It deserves it. And more. Ada Palmer has made a world worth luxuriating in, and far from resting on the Gr...

    It made me hyperventilate on a train. This series just gets better and better. ...

    I?ve been thinking about how to review this book for a couple of days, and have come to the conclusion that I can?t review its events without massive spoilers, and even then, those won?t convey the impact to someone who hasn?t read the two previous books. So I?m going to t...

  • Odo
    Nov 28, 2017

    Update, later the same day: I think I'm gonna nominate this one for Hugo. It keeps getting better on reflection. :) Original Review: I took my time and savored this one. It deserves it. And more. Ada Palmer has made a world worth luxuriating in, and far from resting on the Gr...

    It made me hyperventilate on a train. This series just gets better and better. ...

    I?ve been thinking about how to review this book for a couple of days, and have come to the conclusion that I can?t review its events without massive spoilers, and even then, those won?t convey the impact to someone who hasn?t read the two previous books. So I?m going to t...

    Ockham Prospero Saneer pleads Terra Ignota, I did the deed, but I do not myself know whether it was a crime. This sets the tone for the entire book. I know there are at least a few of you interested in this book and whether or not the end feels like we've only been given half a book...

    4.5/5.0 ...

  • Nils
    Jul 06, 2017

    Update, later the same day: I think I'm gonna nominate this one for Hugo. It keeps getting better on reflection. :) Original Review: I took my time and savored this one. It deserves it. And more. Ada Palmer has made a world worth luxuriating in, and far from resting on the Gr...

    It made me hyperventilate on a train. This series just gets better and better. ...

    I?ve been thinking about how to review this book for a couple of days, and have come to the conclusion that I can?t review its events without massive spoilers, and even then, those won?t convey the impact to someone who hasn?t read the two previous books. So I?m going to t...

    Ockham Prospero Saneer pleads Terra Ignota, I did the deed, but I do not myself know whether it was a crime. This sets the tone for the entire book. I know there are at least a few of you interested in this book and whether or not the end feels like we've only been given half a book...

    4.5/5.0 ...

    The first book in the Terra Ignota series, Too Like the Lightning, was magnificent. It left me deliciously bewildered at every turn, with revelation after revelation illuminating new aspects of the world to me, turning my assumptions on their heads with no warning. This being the third...

    Another good read, but compared to the previous two this one FELT longer. Maybe because of the endless court proceedings and descriptions of god knows how many philosophers. Usually I enjoy books that speak about the law and politics in detail but this book was FILLED with it and i...

    Zwischendurch hatte mich Ada Palmer ab und an verloren, immer wieder blitzen jedoch sehr geniale Ideen und Gedanken durch und entschädigen zusammen mit dem hervorragenden Ende für den doch sehr holperigen Einstieg in den dritten Band der Reihe. ...

  • Jo Walton
    Dec 21, 2016

    Update, later the same day: I think I'm gonna nominate this one for Hugo. It keeps getting better on reflection. :) Original Review: I took my time and savored this one. It deserves it. And more. Ada Palmer has made a world worth luxuriating in, and far from resting on the Gr...

    It made me hyperventilate on a train. This series just gets better and better. ...

  • Bradley
    Dec 05, 2017

    Update, later the same day: I think I'm gonna nominate this one for Hugo. It keeps getting better on reflection. :) Original Review: I took my time and savored this one. It deserves it. And more. Ada Palmer has made a world worth luxuriating in, and far from resting on the Gr...

  • Ruth
    Aug 21, 2017

    Update, later the same day: I think I'm gonna nominate this one for Hugo. It keeps getting better on reflection. :) Original Review: I took my time and savored this one. It deserves it. And more. Ada Palmer has made a world worth luxuriating in, and far from resting on the Gr...

    It made me hyperventilate on a train. This series just gets better and better. ...

    I?ve been thinking about how to review this book for a couple of days, and have come to the conclusion that I can?t review its events without massive spoilers, and even then, those won?t convey the impact to someone who hasn?t read the two previous books. So I?m going to t...

    Ockham Prospero Saneer pleads Terra Ignota, I did the deed, but I do not myself know whether it was a crime. This sets the tone for the entire book. I know there are at least a few of you interested in this book and whether or not the end feels like we've only been given half a book...

    4.5/5.0 ...

    The first book in the Terra Ignota series, Too Like the Lightning, was magnificent. It left me deliciously bewildered at every turn, with revelation after revelation illuminating new aspects of the world to me, turning my assumptions on their heads with no warning. This being the third...

  • Akahayla
    Jan 14, 2018

    Update, later the same day: I think I'm gonna nominate this one for Hugo. It keeps getting better on reflection. :) Original Review: I took my time and savored this one. It deserves it. And more. Ada Palmer has made a world worth luxuriating in, and far from resting on the Gr...

    It made me hyperventilate on a train. This series just gets better and better. ...

    I?ve been thinking about how to review this book for a couple of days, and have come to the conclusion that I can?t review its events without massive spoilers, and even then, those won?t convey the impact to someone who hasn?t read the two previous books. So I?m going to t...

    Ockham Prospero Saneer pleads Terra Ignota, I did the deed, but I do not myself know whether it was a crime. This sets the tone for the entire book. I know there are at least a few of you interested in this book and whether or not the end feels like we've only been given half a book...

    4.5/5.0 ...

    The first book in the Terra Ignota series, Too Like the Lightning, was magnificent. It left me deliciously bewildered at every turn, with revelation after revelation illuminating new aspects of the world to me, turning my assumptions on their heads with no warning. This being the third...

    Another good read, but compared to the previous two this one FELT longer. Maybe because of the endless court proceedings and descriptions of god knows how many philosophers. Usually I enjoy books that speak about the law and politics in detail but this book was FILLED with it and i...

  • Swuun
    Aug 26, 2017

    Update, later the same day: I think I'm gonna nominate this one for Hugo. It keeps getting better on reflection. :) Original Review: I took my time and savored this one. It deserves it. And more. Ada Palmer has made a world worth luxuriating in, and far from resting on the Gr...

    It made me hyperventilate on a train. This series just gets better and better. ...

    I?ve been thinking about how to review this book for a couple of days, and have come to the conclusion that I can?t review its events without massive spoilers, and even then, those won?t convey the impact to someone who hasn?t read the two previous books. So I?m going to t...

    Ockham Prospero Saneer pleads Terra Ignota, I did the deed, but I do not myself know whether it was a crime. This sets the tone for the entire book. I know there are at least a few of you interested in this book and whether or not the end feels like we've only been given half a book...

    4.5/5.0 ...

    The first book in the Terra Ignota series, Too Like the Lightning, was magnificent. It left me deliciously bewildered at every turn, with revelation after revelation illuminating new aspects of the world to me, turning my assumptions on their heads with no warning. This being the third...

    Another good read, but compared to the previous two this one FELT longer. Maybe because of the endless court proceedings and descriptions of god knows how many philosophers. Usually I enjoy books that speak about the law and politics in detail but this book was FILLED with it and i...

    Zwischendurch hatte mich Ada Palmer ab und an verloren, immer wieder blitzen jedoch sehr geniale Ideen und Gedanken durch und entschädigen zusammen mit dem hervorragenden Ende für den doch sehr holperigen Einstieg in den dritten Band der Reihe. ...

    Reviewed at my blog here: https://mayareadsbooks.wordpress.com/... Ada Palmer?s fiction gets a lot of attention for its voice and ideas, but I think her greatest strength is actually characterization. The Will to Battle features a large ensemble cast and somehow manages to give al...

    Mind. Blown. Again. These books are not like anything else out there, and reading them is a ride and a half - the ultimate unreliable narrator, world-shaking events, twists and turns and meta-narrative (the book itself is an important plot point in the book and also the unreliabl...

  • Maya Chhabra
    Mar 10, 2017

    Update, later the same day: I think I'm gonna nominate this one for Hugo. It keeps getting better on reflection. :) Original Review: I took my time and savored this one. It deserves it. And more. Ada Palmer has made a world worth luxuriating in, and far from resting on the Gr...

    It made me hyperventilate on a train. This series just gets better and better. ...

    I?ve been thinking about how to review this book for a couple of days, and have come to the conclusion that I can?t review its events without massive spoilers, and even then, those won?t convey the impact to someone who hasn?t read the two previous books. So I?m going to t...

    Ockham Prospero Saneer pleads Terra Ignota, I did the deed, but I do not myself know whether it was a crime. This sets the tone for the entire book. I know there are at least a few of you interested in this book and whether or not the end feels like we've only been given half a book...

    4.5/5.0 ...

    The first book in the Terra Ignota series, Too Like the Lightning, was magnificent. It left me deliciously bewildered at every turn, with revelation after revelation illuminating new aspects of the world to me, turning my assumptions on their heads with no warning. This being the third...

    Another good read, but compared to the previous two this one FELT longer. Maybe because of the endless court proceedings and descriptions of god knows how many philosophers. Usually I enjoy books that speak about the law and politics in detail but this book was FILLED with it and i...

    Zwischendurch hatte mich Ada Palmer ab und an verloren, immer wieder blitzen jedoch sehr geniale Ideen und Gedanken durch und entschädigen zusammen mit dem hervorragenden Ende für den doch sehr holperigen Einstieg in den dritten Band der Reihe. ...

    Reviewed at my blog here: https://mayareadsbooks.wordpress.com/... Ada Palmer?s fiction gets a lot of attention for its voice and ideas, but I think her greatest strength is actually characterization. The Will to Battle features a large ensemble cast and somehow manages to give al...

  • Sarah
    Jul 26, 2017

    Update, later the same day: I think I'm gonna nominate this one for Hugo. It keeps getting better on reflection. :) Original Review: I took my time and savored this one. It deserves it. And more. Ada Palmer has made a world worth luxuriating in, and far from resting on the Gr...

    It made me hyperventilate on a train. This series just gets better and better. ...

    I?ve been thinking about how to review this book for a couple of days, and have come to the conclusion that I can?t review its events without massive spoilers, and even then, those won?t convey the impact to someone who hasn?t read the two previous books. So I?m going to t...

    Ockham Prospero Saneer pleads Terra Ignota, I did the deed, but I do not myself know whether it was a crime. This sets the tone for the entire book. I know there are at least a few of you interested in this book and whether or not the end feels like we've only been given half a book...