Audiobook Review: Ancillary Mercy by Ann Leckie
4.5 Stars , Reviews / December 8, 2015

Ancillary Mercy brings the Imperial Radch trilogy to a close with a good dose of its infamous tea. It did amuse me, I have heard so many people talk about how much tea there is in these books, but for some reason it never registered until this third book. Perhaps because I had heard it mentioned so often in reviews and comments, or maybe it was because I switched formats from print to audiobook for this one and for some reason it was more noticeable in audio. Either way, it lends a bit of a “sit and relax a bit, maybe contemplate the current situation” feel to all the things going on. This book further delved into Breq coming to terms with being more of an individual. It’s amazing really to think back to what her character was like in the first book to the end of this. Each book, she has become a bit less of the impersonal AI and a bit more of an individual person. She continues with her plan of vengeance, to destroy the Lord of the Radchaai. Ah, the good old crazy Lord of Radchaai, at war with herself. Always a intriguing antagonist. This book also further explores…