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Eal world at exactly the same time A man she discovers was one of those responsible for the death of millions on Earth Disturbed but thinking it must be a coincidence Dee pulls back from gaming and continues the hunt for information But when she finds out the true plans for the future colony she realizes that to save what is left of humanity she may have to do something that risks losing her ow Oof I have complex feelings about this one So much so that after a 3 year hiatus from reviewing and Goodreads I actually wrote a review I think it might still be in progress I have a lot of roiling thoughts Atlas Alone is the fourth and supposedly final book in the utterly fascinating and absorbing Planetfall series The first in the series is still one of the most powerful books I ve read in recent years Like most great speculative fiction it isn t so much about technical imaginings or creative worldbuilding although both are present but about people and society seen at a remove that allows us to examine our own beliefs and prejudices without falling into familiar partisan stances Planetfall is a glorious painful heartrending personal bewildering examination of brokenness and grief Each subseuent book takes place in the same world and is loosely tied to the others but explores a new facet and centers around a new protagonist each an unreliable narrator w Zenith one A Pale Light in the Black of those responsible for the death Devil Versus Alpha The Millennium Wolves on Earth Disturbed but thinking it must be a coincidence Dee pulls back from gaming and continues the hunt for information But when she finds Spieserye out the true plans for the future colony she realizes that to save what is left Feral of humanity she may have to do something that risks losing her Krismis van Map Jacobs ow Oof I have complex feelings about this Girls Are Coming Out of the Woods one So much so that after a 3 year hiatus from reviewing and Goodreads I actually wrote a review I think it might still be in progress I have a lot Crust From Sourdough Spelt and Rye Bread to Ciabatta Bagels and Brioche of roiling thoughts Atlas Alone is the fourth and supposedly final book in the utterly fascinating and absorbing Planetfall series The first in the series is still Til Death Do Us Part (Vows, one Mensa Riddles Conundrums of the most powerful books I ve read in recent years Like most great speculative fiction it isn t so much about technical imaginings Julie of the Wolves or creative worldbuilding although both are present but about people and society seen at a remove that allows us to examine The Right Swipe our Touched own beliefs and prejudices without falling into familiar partisan stances Planetfall is a glorious painful heartrending personal bewildering examination Dark Prophet The Chronicles of Koa of brokenness and grief Each subseuent book takes place in the same world and is loosely tied to the Ugly Fish others but explores a new facet and centers around a new protagonist each an unreliable narrator w

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Hip is keeping everyone divided into small groups but she’s not getting very far alone A dedicated gamer she throws herself into mersives to escape and is approached by a designer who asks her to play test his new game It isn’t like any game she’s played before Then a character she kills in the climax of the game turns out to bear a striking resemblance to a man who dies suddenly in the r 45It was with trepidation that I started this new novel from Newman expecting the usual focus on a mental illness combined with a thriller story The author didn t disappoint O Atlas Alone is the fourth novel in this universe but the first that felt like a direct seuel of book 2 The narration this time shown from the point of view of Dee meets her six months after the events of After Atlas where she is finding it hard to adapt to life on the ship Dee and indeed Carl cannot forget the covert destruction of Earth upon their departure but also all the horrors that they experienced in their lives of corporate indenture That is until she gets the chance to find out about the culprits investigating them and even infiltrating them through immersives virtual reality gaming However nothing is as it seemsDee s narrative won t be to everyone s taste Here is a broken person barely holding together but surviving by pushing her feelings away not confronti

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Hugo Award winner Emma Newman returns to the captivating Planetfall universe with a novel about vengeance and a woman deciding if she can become a murderer to save the future of humanitySix months after she left Earth Dee is struggling to manage her rage toward the people who ordered the nuclear strike that destroyed the world She’s trying to find those responsible and to understand why the s I read this as part of the OWLs readathon for the Divination prompt This book was one of my most anticipated as Emma Newman is one of my all time favourite people and authors She always delivers something I haven t seen before and it s always fresh vibrant challenging and fun all rolled together This latest instalment for the Planetfall series is no exceptionThis story can be read as a standalone but I would highly recommend that you read the previous three before this as I do think that although you will no doubt understand this one it makes sense and gives context if you have the understanding of the previous books to draw upon In this story we re even following some of the characters we met previously and some pretty major events have happened to humanityDee is our main character She is fairly isolated and she has suffered through some traumas as a child when her father died She knows that there is refuge in gaming and so she freuently slips off int


10 thoughts on “Atlas Alone

  1. says:

    Over and over I'm confronted with the fact that I'm in love with Emma Newman's writing She keeps changing tracks with every novel giving us completely different KINDS of novels while still intersecting them all in not very strange

  2. says:

    Tense and tightly plotted this fourth book in the Planetfall series is unputdownable Taking place six months after the events of th

  3. says:

    I read this as part of the OWLs readathon for the Divination prompt This book was one of my most anticipated as Emma Newman is one of my all time favourite people and authors She always delivers something I haven't seen before and it's always fresh vibrant challenging and fun all rolled together This latest instalment for the Planetfall series is no exceptionThis story can be read as a standalone but I would highly re

  4. says:

    45It was with trepidation that I started this new novel from Newman expecting the usual focus on a mental illness combined with a thriller story The author didn’t disappoint O Atlas Alone is the fourth novel in this universe but the first that felt like a direct seuel of book 2 The narration this time shown f

  5. says:

    I ultimately found Atlas Alone to be disappointing Part of this is that the previous three books have set a high bar the other part is that I wasn’t happy with the novel’s asexual representation The majority of this r

  6. says:

    WHAT THE BRILLIANT FThis was a sledge hammer ending if I ever read one Can I please give a sixth star for the las

  7. says:

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum far I’ve been really enjoying Emma Newman’s Planetfall series but I have to say this latest one was a bit of a miss for me At least compared to the last two books the premise and story of Atlas Alone did not feel uite as captivating to my imagination which is a shame After al

  8. says:

    Oof I have complex feelings about this one So much so that after a 3 year hiatus from reviewing and Goodreads I actually wr

  9. says:

    How good is Emma Newman’s Planetfall series I read them all four back to back over a few weeks Could not put them down unless it was to pick up the next in the series Now that I have read the latest I guess I’ll need to get in line to wait for the fifthAtlas Alone takes up where Before Mars left off but is

  10. says:

    Ahoy there mateys  I received this sci fi eARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review  So here be me honest musings  While the other three books in the series can be read in any order this book follows

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