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    Book Review: A Daughter of No Nation

    by So considering what happened when I read the novel preceding last year’s Aurora Winner, maybe it shouldn’t be a surprise that I didn’t read the book that comes before this one in the series, but I didn’t actually plan it that way, or even think about it. While it’s obvious within a few pages that this is a sequel, you probably don’t need the first book to enjoy this one. It may help with a few little things, but A Daughter of No Nation is fairly self-contained. Fairly. There’s an alternate/parallel/future world that may or may not be Earth. People live there. It’s 90% or so ocean. They call…