89% done with The Windup Girl

I guess I’m a little let down that all the fantastic world building has to boil down to a “big conclusion”. Not that it’s bad – though the parallels to Ghost In The Shell, Akira, Firefly, and other genre mainstays is strong – I just think that the book could have been stronger had it gone down a more character driven path, especially for Kanya.

I feel like he forces his plot back on to predetermined rails too much