Oops. I found one thing that I think Jo Walton Mori got completely wrong. There is no way Harriet Vane – the woman who spent all of Gaudy Night pondering intellectual honesty, who nearly ruined her life earlier (in society’s eyes) because of it, would have felt like *that* about the end of Silver on the Tree.

I can only take comfort in thinking maybe that’s only Mori, not Jo – but I would have thought Mori would be fierce about HV, so that’s scant comfort – and takes me out of the book a little (she said, right before putting down the laptop and diving back in).