This is a world with great inequality. I haven't read past the first book, but I imagine that there would be gated and fortified housing estates for the rich, possibly even whole islands and peninsula with security (Escape from New York-style); places where poor people would stand out and are not welcome. Amos and Erich would never have visited such places.Thing that doesn't make sense is that she said: "I spent time in there at summers," and "It would be very hard for us to get there ourselves."
Naomi's exhaustive efforts to warn rescuers away from her booby-trapped ship underscores how willing she is put the welfare of others above her own. I hope her self-sacrificing nature does not bring her to blowing herself up with the ship to save the others.
I don't see that happening. Naomi Nagata's survival prospects are as high as her apparent script immunity.
Good question. Holden has a Martian ship, but Marcos has several Martian ships, plus the Belter skiffs.doubt that Holden is going to forgive Marcos the suffering he has put Naomi to go through, but the funny or somewhat ironic thing is that Marco sees Holden as bigger threat than UN's navy. Why is that?
Yes, but if it happens I will be annoyed.Here's a thing, Naomi dies during the rescue, Holden goes mental from grief and forgets everything in his effort to avenge his lover. He blows up Marco's capital ship, ruins Roci in the process but the end result being Naomi, the boy and daddy-o being dead. Plausible?
You forgot to work the protomolecule in there somewhere.