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By Ryk Brown

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an international convalescing from a devastating plague…
A brutal enemy threatening invasion…
a tender guy trying to get away the shadow of his father…
a boat manned via a group of unpolluted academy graduates…
A top-secret experimental propulsion system…
A questionable alliance with a mysterious green-eyed woman…

What future has in shop for the team of the UES Aurora, is much more than any of them might ever think. And this is often basically the beginning.

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I thanked him—for the clarity—and I got to work. That evening, in the kitchen, Arslan passed me with a knowing smile. ” I was scribbling figures while I ate. ” Already the food was sticking in my throat. A long, hungry winter. He paused beside the table, resting the blunt fingertips of one hand on my papers. He had his shirtsleeves rolled up, and his bare forearms were burly but smooth, like a store-window dummy or a polished statue. “You will not find Colonel Nizam unreasonable. ” With the other hand he was holding the wrist of a very pretty, very boredlooking girl, the way he might have held a dog’s leash.

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