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Endless Blue by Wen Spencer
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Aug 20, 2008

it was amazing
bookshelves: science-fiction
Recommended to Julia by: I read all Wen Spencer
Recommended for: People who like military sf, the Vorkoverse, interesting sf
Read in August, 2008

In the far future, Captain Mikhail Volkhov of the Svoboda, his brother Turk who is and commands the Reds on the ship, ----- people designed as super- warriors, but Mikhail is the clone of Peter the Great and will be Tsar of New Russia -- are ordered to discover what happened to the ship Fenrir, which disappeared, and has reappeared encased in coral.

They wind up in Saragasso, a sea without a planet, where ships go when they can’t or don‘t make their jump. Time, physics and many other things don‘t work quite right here.

Turk meets Paige who runs a fishing boat with many family members and is an amazing linguist and translator. She makes Turk feel like the man he is. Mikhail, who‘s lost a lot of ship, his crew, he thinks Turk, was never terribly sane and takes a bad turn.

A very unusual first contact novel, space exploration, military sf, character-driven hard science fiction. A mix of things that are rarely successfully mixed, but this is a keeper.

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