2124 was an interesting year...I was court-martialed, demoted and sentenced to perform hard labor for the rest of my natural life...Then things got rough.
"Commodore Catherine Kimbridge...It is the judgment of this court, that for crimes against the people of the Galactic Coalition of Planets - namely a wanton dereliction of duty in allowing the murder of a head of state in your custody - that you should be demoted in rank to private and transported in chains to the Sagatori asteroid penal colony in the Ashkelon star system. There you will remain for the rest of your natural life."
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Military Science fiction, try it out!!
Yes. I thought that the narrator took us on a great ride through the world created by the author and it swept me along nicely!!
I'm not sure. I've not really explored military science fiction before. Maybe Dune? But more in relation to the political and military machinations of the subsequent books rather than the pure science fiction that it started out as?
Catherine was my favourite character, which isn't a surprise as the story revolves around her. The mix of a future world with the idea that humanity has progressed with Christian values is interesting.
I like the authors tag lines so I would think a movie tag line would also read;
Court-martialled, sent to prison for life, they were the high points, then my day really started to suck.
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