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The Eighth Succession

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In the tradition of Theodore Sturgeon and James H. Schmitz, a new tale of galactic intrigue and adventure.. Rikk Hoister: First of a new breed of cloned, paranormal geniuses, able to defeat the Imperial Navy with his mind alone...bound only by a rigid sense of ethics.His cousin Yewanda, equally powerful, able to teleport herself anywhere. She's innocent, ...more
Paperback, 176 pages
Published May 21st 2013 by Speed-Of-C Productions
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May 14, 2013 rated it really liked it
First, a disclosure: Don Sakers is a friend and former colleague of mine, but I'll do my best to be objective in this review.

We know where we are in the future by the heading of the first chapter: 2474 CE. Sakers' future is wonderfully realized in details both large and small: Humans live on numerous planets around the Galaxy; there are aliens (wonderful ones show up at one point in the book), characters' names are almost recognizable but altered as the centuries will do, and computers...well, y
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Don Sakers was launched the same month as Sputnik One, so it was perhaps inevitable that he should become a science fiction writer. A Navy brat by birth, he spent his childhood in such far-off lands as Japan, Scotland, Hawaii, and California. In California, rather like a latter-day Mowgli, he was raised by dogs.

As a writer and editor, he has explored the thoughts of sapient trees (The Leaves of Oc
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