Review: A Closed and Common Orbit by Becky Chambers (Wayfarers #2)

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This is exactly the sort of book I needed. I flew through it so fast. I have almost forgotten what that’s like. Any book that can make me attached anough to the characters to cry is something special. And while it’s a light, uplifting, overwhelmingly optimistic read, it’s also the proof that neither of those descriptors has to mean shallow.

“I have so many questions I want to ask you. You’ve got me thinking about things I’ve never chewed on. It’s not comfortable, realising that you’ve been wrong about something, but I suppose it’s a good thing to do from time to time. And you…you seem like you have questions, too. You came to me because you thought I could help. Maybe I still can. So…if you don’t think I’m a complete asshole, maybe we can try again. Y’know, being friends.”

Despite it being a sequel to The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet, it can be be read as a standalone, as long as you don’t mind a part of the ending of the former being spoiled.

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