First and second volumes, read is very short order! That makes it difficult to say anything new.
that, to this motley crew of Romeo and Juliet-like parents, both
soldiers from differing sides in an intergalactic war, their baby, and
ghost babysitter, we add the grandparents! And this was actually a
brilliant move. Grandpa is reasonably quick to accept his son's marriage
and his baby granddaughter, Grandma, not so much.
and perpetuation of hate are touched upon, as we are shown some of how
the main male character was taught about the war and how to despise the
other side. Comparing atrocities, in all its absurdities, yet the hurts
it rests upon, is also in here.
And I really loved the
Grandfather. Right off the bat, he was an appealing and interesting
character, and I loved the way the baby looked in the little sleeper he
made for her.
Lying Cat is still around, and his master, and to
that crew is added the main male character's ex, who is definitely not
there out of disinterested motives, and a little slave girl that the
bounty hunter is bent on rescuing from a horrible life.
I think this volume upped the ante even more, and I'm very much enjoying seeing where this will go.