“You don’t have to have a reason to be tired. You don’t have to earn rest or comfort. You’re allowed to just be.”
Still cozy aspirational goodness, and more friendship this time. Also yet another book I should have reviewed much closer to finishing, as my memory of it has grown a little thin. The feelings I got from it remain pretty strong, however. I actually feel like I need to re-read both of these books and take my time, really savor them.
This book picks up pretty much where the first one left off, with Dex and Mosscap heading to civilization. The two main threads are Dex’s continuing identity crisis, as they search for meaning, or whatever it is they are searching for (they aren’t sure themselves); and Mosscap’s adventures in meeting humanity, most of which goes incredibly well. People are very excited to meet a robot, for the most part, and through Mosscap experiencing them for the first time, we also get to see what this society looks like, and Dex gets a taste of some new perspective.
That’s really all I can say right now without a re-read, but I hope there are more books in this series, at least one more but I hope more than that.
Chipping Away at Mt. TBR, July 2022—Book 26/31