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A belt snicked. Tirun went away in silence, to food, sleep, anything she could get.
"Jik's requesting to be out," Khym said. So that voice had vanished off com. Khym
had silenced him. A mahen hunter captain, locked in a lowerdecks cabin and
probably trying to think how to shortcircuit the latch or take the door apart. "Jik,"
she said, cutting in on that blinking light on her com section. "We're all right. F'
godssakes, be patient, get some rest, we've got our hands full, you got our scan
For godssakes get up here, Tauran, I can 't handle anything, I'm not sure I can
walk across the floor. Her chest was hurting again, a persistent pain. She violated
her own rule, powering her chair about on a working station. But Tauran was
there, Sirany and all the rest of her crew, and — dull shock — Tully was with them
, Tully had ridden the lift up with strangers and gotten out unscathed, points to
that crew's nerves and decency. She unbuckled her restraints and groped after
the chair ...
Sirany's voice, name unadorned. She managed to turn around. Steadied herself,
Khym's shadow to her left, Hilfy and Tirun over there somewhere. Haral still
beyond. "It's concern, understand," Sirany said. "It's not — doubt, ker Pyanfar." "I'
m going to fall on my face," she said calmly, rationally. And stared as much at the
level line of the control boards beyond Sirany's back, to keep something level in
her vision. The bridge was trying to tilt. "Send us something to eat for godssakes
and let ...
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She finishes the adventures of the Pride's crew with a bang of non-stop action. This is the last volume where we see all the characters—Chanur's Legacy only has a couple of them in it—and I, for one ... Read full review
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Third of the trilogy that began with Chanur's Venture and The Kif Strike Back. The three read as though they were conceived as a single novel, but this one stands successfully alone, though the ... Read full review