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A Dark Imbalance by Sean Williams
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Read in January, 2001

Ex Commonwealth of Empires officer Morgan Roche returns in this last installment of the Evergence trilogy. Morgan is still on the run with only her hodgepodge crew to count on, one of which is a clone warrior. To the rest of the universe, Morgan’s name is so often heard within the same breath as that of the murderous clone warriors, that everyone assumes she must know more than she is telling. It seems everyone is out to get her whether to destroy her or question her knowledge on the clones.

The clones are responsible for destroying an entire star system. Morgan really had no idea what they are all about, but she has a theory that is spans back to prejudices from the ancient sol system. Every lead she follows results in mayhem and more questions. She is racing to keep from being caught or killed herself all so she can determine the clones’ purpose and prevent them from murdering more people.

The catch is that the AI she has been traveling with is somehow connected and has its own purpose. Can she manage to save herself and her crew while defeating the enemy?

This is a reprint (prior to edits) of my original review in the Feb/Mar 2001 issue of Explorations.

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