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"I need to take a moment from this fast paced collection to become acquainted with Cadence Drake’s own story. This saga occurs after the Cadence Drake series, which I’ve promptly purchased and am devouring. I love Holly’s world building and the pages steeped in attitude. So much fun." Mar 21, 2021 07:51PM

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"The nod to Inare conjured up some tears of admiration. Loving this world. My thanks to the author for pouring his heart and soul and a decade of his life into this work. Despite his early success, he’s still given this one everything, and it’s paying off. There’s no detail unresearched, no planetary station unmapped, no character without a backstory. I can’t see it all, but it’s deeply felt on every page." Mar 21, 2021 05:38PM

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Alastair Reynolds
“I think I've reduced the amount of blood in my caffeine system to an acceptable level.”
Alastair Reynolds

Edward Abbey
“No more cars in national parks. Let the people walk. Or ride horses, bicycles, mules, wild pigs--anything--but keep the automobiles and the motorcycles and all their motorized relatives out. We have agreed not to drive our automobiles into cathedrals, concert halls, art museums, legislative assemblies, private bedrooms and the other sanctums of our culture; we should treat our national parks with the same deference, for they, too, are holy places. An increasingly pagan and hedonistic people (thank God!), we are learning finally that the forests and mountains and desert canyons are holier than our churches. Therefore let us behave accordingly.”
Edward Abbey, Desert Solitaire

Alastair Reynolds
“if human beings really grasped how synthetic their world was - how much of it was stitched together not from direct perception, but from interpolation, memory, educated guesswork - they would go quietly mad.”
Alastair Reynolds, Absolution Gap

Alastair Reynolds
“How did you . . . pass the time?’ Sunday asked. ‘You couldn’t just ching out of it, could you?’

‘We had a different form of chinging,’ Eunice said. ‘An earlier type of virtual-reality technology, much more robust and completely unaffected by time lag. You may have heard of it. We called it “reading”.”
Alastair Reynolds, Blue Remembered Earth

Edward Abbey
“If my decomposing carcass helps nourish the roots of a juniper tree or the wings of a vulture—that is immortality enough for me. And as much as anyone deserves.”
Edward Abbey, Desert Solitaire

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