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Spiders & Spice

(Federation Diplomat #6)

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If Kate thinks fast and breaks a few rules, she might live.

A rogue military will crush a peaceful alien planet.

Can Federation diplomat Kate Stevens prevent the war?

She speeds across the galaxy to forge a defense alliance. But it's impossible. The aliens forbid discussion of violence.

They're doomed.

So is Kate unless she can turn the tables.

But how?

Without the Navy to suppor
Kindle Edition, 416 pages
Published October 14th 2020
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John Maberry
Oct 24, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: sci-fi
Another great story by EJ Randolph about Kate Stevens, Federation Diplomat. This is my fifth read in the series. I received an ARC copy through StoryOrigin. Yes, it is a space opera--of sorts. But tech and space are setting and incidental challenges, not the main story. NOTE: you don't have to read the others before this one--each stands alone. But to paraphrase the food jingle-- "Bet you can't read just one."

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Science fiction appeals to me because you can discuss ideas in it, and it has a positive orientation. The genre is premised on a belief in the future and the ability of people to learn and improve.

I like to focus on the troubled period before war starts when it is still possible to avoid violence. If people can identify where things are headed, they can avert war. I invite you to share in this con

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