It's some time ago since I read this, therefore I'll keep it short and sweet: Ahsanuddin keeps gettin better from book to book. Azimuth
is a complex, riveting story travelling through space and time. I especially loved to learn more about Gifford, and about Jacob and Thomas' relationship - I just wish the author had chosen to be a bit
more explicit here, especially during their first encounter *sighs*
And if all the relationships and the characters' entanglements seem a bit soap opera-like from time to time - well, that's what space opera is for, and I'm certainly not complaining.