A review by starfondant
Babylon's Ashes, by James S.A. Corey


Another solid entry in the Expanse series. This book switches between almost 20 different viewpoints as opposed to 4 in the previous books, which is a bit of a mixed bag, imo. On the one hand, if you hate one of the POVs, you're not stuck with it for 25% of the book (a big problem with books 3 & 4 for me). On the other hand, it added complexity and length to the book that I'm not sure that it needed. I was overwhelmed by all the characters and locations and found my attention drifting in the middle parts of the book and the more complicated action sequences. Really great ending, though. I'm so attached to these characters!