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READ & DOWNLOAD Ä Tsunami by L. Timmel Duchamp Ú Tsunami the gripping third volume of the five novel Marssan Cycle opens in early 2086 immediately after the signing of the Madrid Accords at the conclusion of the Global War Many countries including the US have been devastated by war and some of them turn to the Free Zones and the MarssG buried secrets are dragged into the light of day Meanwhile the lives of three very different womenexecutive Elizabeth Weatherall anarchist Martha Greenglass and human rights lawyer Celia Espinbecome entangled as each strives to bring about the change she so passionately desires. Well I thought I’d give Duchamp another try having been so disappointed with book 2 I enjoyed book 3 a little better as it focused on an interesting character though I fear it did not have enough of other old characters in it and I’m starting to wonder if the author cares about who is having a relationship with whom than cool aliens and plots

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Tsunami the gripping third volume of the five novel Marssan Cycle opens in early 2086 immediately after the signing of the Madrid Accords at the conclusion of the Global War Many countries including the US have been devastated by war and some of them turn to the Free Zones and th. This book felt like such a relief after the claustrophobia I felt while reading the previous entry in the series There's a lot going on in this one and there's a sense of the series as a whole starting to pick up its pace and pull its disparate threads together I'm excited to read the next one

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Tsunami by L. Timmel DuchaE Marssan for assistance in rebuilding their infrastructure In the US the Executive which has turned its attention to reconsolidating its power meets with growing resistance to executive rule; and in the Pacific Northwest Free Zone the Co op faces an internal crisis when ugly lon. Another angle on the compelling uestion posed in book 1 Why do you participate in structures that oppress you This is the third in Duchamp's Mar'ssan cycle Again I was dragged through unable to put the book down without really being able to identify why Perhaps it's the constantly shifting power dynamics between the characters Duchamp never seems to cheat always playing out dramatic arcs between characters without forcing anything out of characterI found several big you know bobs throughout the text but oddly enjoyed them Generally they read like little snippets of a lecture by Duchamp on personal power and power stuctures Perhaps it's just me but I could listen to such a lecture by her any day Since the book itself is fairly challenging the aykb's felt like helpful pointers rather than condescention or laziness on Duchamp's partAs Duchamp continues to develop the world into this third book I'm finding it believable I found Elizabeth Weatherall to be a textured and compelling character in this story so even than in book 2 SPOILERS START HEREThis book explores how a person could go all the way from a firmly Executive mindset pro heirarchy coldly manipulative to finding genuine morals and acting on them to the detriment of her own self interest Along this journey it shows the character come to recognize all that she gains from her relationship with her boss and what the real cost is While I don't have the power or the glamour of this character I found so much of her struggle resonating with me personally