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Ancillary Justice (SPOILER DISCUSSION)
« on: November 03, 2015, 10:15:38 PM »
Have just finished Ancillary Sword, I really enjoyed it but have to admit I am baffled as to why Sirix betrayed Breq and also the how.

I realise she was upset by Breq' s form of justice and felt she was manipulating everyone. But ultimately she surely wanted to improve conditions in the undergarden and not sure how betraying Breq to Hetnys would have served to her advantage. Also still bit baffled as to what she did. I assume she just told Hetnys about Breq' s interest in Basnaaid.
 
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Re: Ancillary Justice (SPOILER DISCUSSION)
« Reply #1 on: November 04, 2015, 02:19:47 AM »
Have just finished Ancillary Sword, I really enjoyed it but have to admit I am baffled as to why Sirix betrayed Breq and also the how.

I realise she was upset by Breq' s form of justice and felt she was manipulating everyone. But ultimately she surely wanted to improve conditions in the undergarden and not sure how betraying Breq to Hetnys would have served to her advantage. Also still bit baffled as to what she did. I assume she just told Hetnys about Breq' s interest in Basnaaid.

Which just goes to prove what terrible retention I have about what I read.
I read it. I liked it a bunch, though not as much as the first.
I have no idea anymore who Sirix is, and had to Wiki myself to remember Breq.   :-\
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