More from “The Universe of Xuya”. This one comes with some high credentials as it was on the Locus Recommended Reading List for 2012, and also a finalist for the Hugo, Nebula and Locus Awards for Best Novella — which is nothing to be sniffed at for all you weirdos who claim to prefer the smell of real books.
You can buy your very own copy over at Amazon.
So, in sticking with our theme of Vietnamese family culture and ties, and mindships, and all that; we now find ourselves on one of the big space stations that is, like a mindship, run, maintained and controlled by one of these shipminds.
Just like the shipminds, the station’s minds are also born to humans and families and it is those families that ultimately get to control the stations. And so along with a good story about this station’s mind heading for a total break down and desperately needing fixing, we also have a good story about the family from which that shipmind was born — all while there’s a rebellion/war going on and mixed into the story.
So yeah, plenty going on, and plenty to keep all us fans of Xuya happy and content.