Is turnabout fair play? On Oliven, although slaves are usually women, men can be made slaves as well under certain circumstances. And when Jake and Tandro fall prey to slavers, it's up to Tain and Ennie to save them.
But the only reason that Tain and Ennie are free are due to some other escaped female slaves who hate Oliven's men so much that they won't accept Tain's desire to free Jake and Tandro. So the men must be kept as slaves a bit longer — and they find out what being kept as a slave really means. ..
Finally, all four of the agents escape… but to what? Their commitment to end slavery on Oliven is unshakeable, but they discover that others might not feel the same way. And unwittingly the four become tied up in a political maelstrom that can have no happy ending for anyone.
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About the Author
Sharon Green (born 1942 in Brooklyn, New York) is an American writer of science fiction, fantasy and romance. She is the author of more than two dozen novels, including the five books of her tremendously popular series, The Blending as well as The Crystals of Midawhich is part of her Jalav, Amazon Warrior series.