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Sunday, 21 June 2015

The Middle of Nowhere

The Middle of NowhereThe Middle of Nowhere by David Gerrold
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I really enjoyed this novel in the Star Wolf series, again we are back on the LS-1187 newly named as Star Wolf but alas the Admiralty has refused to acknowledge the ship and crews contribution to the recent mission they barely returned from. Morale continues to decline as Korie who remains the ship's executive officer breaks the news to the crew and tells them those in power see the Star Wolf as a source for parts rather than a fighting ship and they will be denied a chance to join the planned assault against the Morethan fleet. As the Star Wolf rests in empty space going through a decontamination process it dawns on the crew that something is not quite right and despite their hard work and commitment components and systems continue to fail, the idea that the Morethan assassin is still influencing the ship despite his death grows from suspicion to reality as once again they are alone facing an almost impossible to find opponent and the realisation that events are coming to them in a big way.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

David Gerrold may be a brilliant writer, but he is also the most egotistical, cantankerous, rude, hypocrite I have ever had the displeasure of corresponding with.