Still on Asher's The Voyage of Sable Keech. It's really picked up with a couple of unforeseen events that have me rubbing my metaphorical hands together. And I'm also doing a re-read of Scalzi's Old Man's War. This second read is making his clumsy writing even more obvious than the first time, but he does have those occasional and brief moments of poignancy that rise above the otherwise mediocre exposition, the first of which I've just gotten through. I hope his next instalment in the series will have more fluid prose and less clunky, info-dump laden dialogue.