A review by petermisak
Popel Babylonu, by James S.A. Corey


First half of the book was a bit slow, and given the fact that we get so many points of views this time (this one is considerably more complicated than the previous books in these regards) it also was not exactly an easy read.
On the positive side, I agree with the other reviewers, who found the writing style improved when compared to the previous books in the series. Last 1/3 of the book was much faster and the ending — albeit naïve — was quite intense and page-turning experience.