Born in , Julian May sold her first short story to John W. Campbell's Astounding magazine in But she didn't return to genre fiction until the s. May then wrote the phenomenally successful Saga of the Exiles, followed by the Galactic Milieu series.
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Immediate payment required for this item. And then there are all the new players, doing their best to manipulate everyone into doing what they thing they should do. Up to and including creating a metaconcert program intended to kill both Aiken Drum and Felice we see what you did there, Marc Remillard. I am definitely still finding these books entertaining but I am also looking forward to the books set on modern-day ish Earth and the Galactic Milieu. I see your point about the characters not changing — but there are some epiphanies in the fourth book.
Aiken Drum, in particular, goes through a character arc from silly trickster to sly schemer to self-sacrificing King. Most of that takes place in book two or book four, fair enough. IMS, this book starts with the siege of Wayland and Dougal — which includes the utterly hilarious bit where Dougal is musing over what kind of siege engine is going to kill them. There are oddities. The sudden appearance of Milieu weapons everywhere seems unnecessary, and is explained by a weakish retcon. I get the vibe that this book was written fast, after the success of the first one.
That would help explain the lack of character development and the slightly forced feel, and also some of the plot hiccups. Also, the psychosexual stuff seems a bit more developed. Anyway: this is the least self-contained of all the books.
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