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- Episode length: 53 minutes
- Number of pages: 49
- Number of chapters: 4
We’re back to the show and the book falling in line with each other. Kind of.
I had a few issues figuring out where to stop reading since a fair few things that happened in the show haven’t happened in the book. And I don’t mean like the single event that the episode ended on. I mean like 3 different things.
SPOILERS AHEAD – WON’T RUIN THE SHOW BUT WILL TELL YOU SOME THINGS YOU MIGHT NOT WANT TO KNOW BEFORE WATCHING/READING IT
|The interview with Kadmin was done illegally in a real body||The interview with Kadmin was done legitimately in virtual reality|
|The Raven finds out about Bancroft being at the fight ring and Kovacs tells Ortega||The visit Kovacs and Ortega pay to Kadmin’s lawyers is how they find out about the fight ring|
|The fight ringleader shows them footage of Bancroft getting into a fight with his son in the stands||The fight ringleader answers some questions but has no footage to show them and appears to be holding back on info|
|Ortega is badly wounded while Bautista is killed after interviewing Kadmin||This doesn’t happen in the book at all|
I didn’t find too many similarities in this section of the book as we seem to be getting more and more variations. As more and more little things change the flow on effects mean more changes need to be made as well.
We may see some things circling back and being shown/read later down the line but I’m not going to know until I get to them.