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True Colors by Karen Traviss
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Mar 01, 2008

it was amazing
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Read in February, 2008

This is actually the 3rd book, but I reviewed them here.

This is actually pretty deep, intriguing stuff from a series based on video games based on popular sci-fi movies. (Although, if you don't like military tactics and action, you won't like this series.) I was simultaneously reading Allegiance which takes place 21-22 years after this, right after Episode 4. I hadn't given thought to how the clone army of Episode 3 becomes the human recruit army of the later episodes, or really even the Han Solo books which takes place in between. I think there will almost certainly be one more book in this Republic Commando series.

I think fiction sometimes allows you to really identify and empathize with someone or a concept that is distant from your life. I think this series brings to life the complexities of human cloning better than any dry article.
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