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Felix R. Savage writes hard science fiction, space opera, and comedic science fiction. He has also occasionally been known to commit fantasy.

Felix has a long history associated with rebellion. He was born in the 1970s, a decade of American youth rebelling against the safe culture of their parents. He is married to a wonderful woman and they have two beautiful daughters. Together the four of them live in Tokyo serving their cat overlord and benevolent protector. Felix pounds the keyboard while not translating, delighting in his family, or catering to the whims of the family’s cat. He woke up one day to learn that he was a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, but he continues to keep a low profile, and never stops watc
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Thanks to everyone who entered my giveaway for The Galapagos Incident! Five lucky winners will get their copies soon. Wish I could send copies to each and every one of you. At any rate it's pleasant to think of TGI winging its way (or, er, sweltering in the hold of a slow boat) to Britain and Australia, as well as the good old US of A. See you soon!
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“turned the antenna selection dial, cycling through all eight positions, forward and aft. The tone went away when he limited reception to the aft antenna positions. Came back when he selected the forward positions. UL FWD—upper left forward—strongest of all. Line of sight away from Earth. Receiving from the outer solar system. Jack drew breath to call to the others, get up here, you have to hear this, and then he grew abashed. His cheeks heated. It’s just cosmic noise. Or some clever-clogs hacker pranking the space shuttle. Yet he kept listening,”
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“Um, yes sir. It’s just. That looks like a hamster.” “It is a hamster. In all essentials. However, we call them POCKs. That stands for Piece Of Crap.”
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“Sir, I was just thinking, there isn’t much eating on a hamster, to begin with? I mean, they’re kind of small?” Suppressed laughter rocked the room. Shyaka waited it out. He pointed at the picture of a hamster on the screen behind him. It was blown up to the size of a collie. “This picture is life-sized.”
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