Along with the lesson of Lot's wife and Hodge threatening an also comatose Gribbs, Akiko's travels also lead her across the path of a scientist we've seen before in other visions and flashbacks (and whom Akiko seems to have geniune fear towards – never a good sign at Morning Glories Academy), as well as the tragic fate of Akiko's father (which is hinted could be tied to that of his daughter and the creation of the Academy's own gods which are mentioned here once more). Worth a look. Read Full Review
In moving away from some of its original strengths in characterization and dialogue, "Morning Glories" is leaning more heavily on its technique and ideas. It's like watching a top-notch science fiction story morph into being an art film, and not all of that change in emphasis is to the good. That said, Spencer and Eisma's storytelling skills are still present, and the further developments are still worth following, although the individual reader's mileage may vary depending on patience and curiosity. Read Full Review
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