The bjoite, which remind some people of giant shrimp, have lived openly in human society for more than a century, but bjoite and humans are generally not close. After too many boring, stressful years on Earth, the current bjoite ambassador is tired of the job and feeling lonely. Abuse from bjoite haters and repeated assassination attempts make him feel more than ready to go home. However, the ambassador enjoys a second career as a self-taught, brilliant pianist with a large following. In his last days here, he judges a contest and meets a young pianist who appreciates him as a fellow artist. He also takes on a huge risk by giving one last recital, shortly before he's meant to leave. One of his hopeful killers is in the audience.
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Chris Lemoine lives in Seattle with his wife and cats. During the day, he usually works as a writer for technology companies. He was born in Cologne, Germany, enjoys getting along in a few languages, and travels when he can.