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Sandy has matured in the five years since volume three of the Ca
Sandy has matured in the five years since volume three of the Cassandra Kresnov chronicles. She is well-loved as well as still hated by some on Callay. Now for the first time she must venture outside what is now her home world, onto the galactic stage, with fascinating results.
With this fourth volume Sandy’s story keeps growing and maturing, along with her. Plenty of action, of course, but a blossoming understanding of Sandy and her friends as well. Some of whom are some of the more than 50 high-designation GIs who’ve realized that the Federation is a better home for them than the League.
We also get a better look the complex milieu in which she lives. This is science fiction that I keep looking for - about a future strange and terrible and wonderful all at the same time, yet so well-thought-out and realistic that it seems as if Shepherd’s worlds really are out there.
Joel Shepherd is at the very top of the sci-fi writing world. I look forward eagerly to his every new book.
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