Conspirator by CJ Cherryh: a short review

Action packed, and funny.

Some of Cherryh’s books have notes at the end explaining the internal workings of the novel; this is one of them. There are a couple spoilers, I’m afraid, but the diagrams are useful for understanding some of the politics.

And, at the very end of the book, a pair of maps.


This short review was originally published on LibraryThing.

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