I could not get into Ancillary Justice at all.
The book starts with disconnected events, none of which are interesting, and a main character that doesn't actually have personality because it's a computer in host bodies.
I really tried to get into it. I even did my typical second attempt at a highly rated book I'm having trouble getting into... I listened to the audiobook instead. Generally this will give me a better sense of characters once I hear them voiced and it lets me get through parts of books that are a slog since I can have the audiobook playing while I'm doing other things too (like playing a game).
But since the main character is a computer the narrator speaks very monotone and very computer-like. I understand why they choose that as the direction for the audible version but it made it even more boring than when I was reading it.
So I gave up on Ancillary Justice.
I've had a bad run of not-so-great books lately. Maybe I need to check out something outside my typical tastes just to shake things up.