sequel to "On Blues Waters" good science fiction if you're a fan of this genre
The sequel to "On Blue's Waters". Here, Horn continues his dual, tangential narrative of his life and adventures.
I have to admit that I believe I liked the previous book slightly more - in this volume I found the newly-introduced concept of psychic(?) travel between planets to be far-fetched, in the context of the story. It's often problematic, for me, when some really major new gimmick comes in when the story is already well in progress...
ALso, I really wanted more of the planet Green. The narrator, at one point, admits that he believes he has failed to make the horrors of Green come alive for his reader - and, unfortunately, I felt that it was true. 'Dreams' and passing mentions weren't really enough, I felt.
Still, these are slight criticisms of what is overall, still an extremely impressive work, and one I would definitely recommend.