Book finished: Brass Man

Brass Man by Neal Asher


It was...kind of interesting, in a few places, I guess?

Zero new ground, sort of mediocre characters. Most telling, I was looking forward to finish it not because I wanted to know what happened, but because I wanted it to be over. Also, possibly the most mediocre ending of a novel ever. There were quite a few simultaneous stories going on, and the author managed to make all of them just sort of peter out to lackluster, semi-resolved ends. OK, full points for realism but very unsatisfying.
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