Freedom's Law

Freedom's Law

by Stephen B Pearl
Freedom's Law

Freedom's Law

by Stephen B Pearl

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Overview

Escaped e-entertainment star Rowan McPherson and her liberator, retired Space Forces Captain Ryan Chandler, have arrived at the Switchboard Station, the central hub of the Galactic Republic. The alien-administered sectors of the station provide sanctuary, as long as Ryan and Rowan keep out of United Earth Systems territory.

However, Rowan's health is deteriorating, and only advanced human medicine can save her. Docking in the felinezoid sector and boarding with old friends, Ryan searches desperately for medical facilities outside of the human-controlled parts of the station. Prejudice against clones makes the task harder, as well as obsessive and dangerous foes intent on retrieving Rowan for the studio, or killing her, whichever is easiest.

Meanwhile, back on the set of Angel Black, the truth about the clones' existence comes to light. Working in secret, they begin recruiting outside their show's cast, and even their own enemies, as they plot rebellion.

The light-years-long arm of the law is treading closely on all the clones' heels and they will have to step carefully in their battle to be free.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781928011606
Publisher: Brain Lag
Publication date: 12/10/2021
Series: The Freedom Saga , #2
Pages: 456
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 1.02(d)

About the Author

Stephen B. Pearl is a multiple published author whose works range across the speculative fiction field. Whether his characters are wandering the wilds of a post-oil future, braving a storm in a longship, or flying through the interplanetary void in an army surplus assault lander, his writings focus heavily on the logical consequences of the worlds he crafts.Stephen's inspirations encompass H.G. Wells, J.R.R. Tolkien, Frank Herbert and Homer among others. In writing the Tinker's World series, he has, among other factors, drawn on his training as an Emergency Medical Care Assistant, a SCUBA diver, his long-standing interest in environmental technologies and his firsthand knowledge of the Guelph area.
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