Of the selfish variety…
-Ian Mond reviews the Nebula-nominated novellas, which includes On a Red Station, Drifting
More then just being an insight into a culture and tradition that I know bugger all about, Red Station is written with a delicate intensity. It’s not an easy read, because the novella doesn’t provide us with a set of sympathetic characters that we can cheer on. Rather, through some gorgeous writing and the complexity of the world building, each character earns our respect. And that makes the ending all the more powerful.
–MJ Starling on On a Red Station, Drifting
(…) a great, harsh, messy, human book that deserves every vote it gets.