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The elder Cameron had been disgraced by that action and later had committed suicide. Approaching the Fleet Admiral, Kawashima thought, was much like seeking audience with a mountain, and often as productive. A familiar, pulse-throbbing excitement surged behind the flutter and scroll of data cascading through Dev's awareness.

Then too, there was the matter of his father… He smiled at her.

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He would have liked it if she could have accompanied him on this mission, but she was back on New America, busily trying to hammer together something like a decent warstrider force out of raw recruits and Hegemony expatriates. He shifted his aim to the next turret, then the next… "Lieutenant!

Some small, irrational part of him continued to hope that there'd be a message from Katya, even though she must still be en route to New America.

This one, obviously, was in pain. Man had been at war with the Xenophobes for forty-four years, ever since the first surfacing on the colony world of An Nur II in He tried to raise his hands, but they dangled useless at his sides. Dev, tall, pale-complexioned, and unaccustomedly resplendent in the immaculate dress blacks of an Imperial army officer, stepped into the throng gathered on the veranda outside Kodama's imposing, sleekly modern hab.

He missed her, missed her more than he'd expected to. He smiled and shook his head a little sadly.

Within fifty years, the economic strength rising from orbital factories and Lunar mines, not to mention the strategic advantages bestowed by orbital battle stations and laser platforms, had made Nihon the dominant power on the planet, a superpower easily able to assert control over Earth's impoverished, warring nations.

The organization's goal was nothing less than the eventual overthrow of the Hegemony, and an end to Nihonjin rule of the worlds of the Frontier. Theoretically, a raw sho-i, if he were a liaison officer, could give orders to a Hegemony general, though such a situation would never be allowed to occur in practice simply because senior officers could not afford to lose face.

All he had to do was wake up… But he could not. The result had been the Terran Hegemony, fifty-seven nations joined together within the benevolent embrace of the Teikokuno Heiwa, the Imperial Peace.

She'd ViRcommed ahead from the station, then transferred to a civilian ascraft shuttle for the descent to Jefferson Spaceport. The Imperial Staff and the Court at the Tenno Kyudenthe Palace of Heaven, itself had far more than their share of intrigue and politics.

With stunned horror, Lloyd realized that this was not, could not be a drill. Thrusters flared briefly, outshone by the pulse of anticollision strobes. For him and his family, the Empire had long been both blessing and curse. He'd never wanted anything to do with the lumbering fighting machines, the heavy mobile armor of twenty-sixth-century warfare, and had always looked down on the men and women who ran them.

Coordination at this point was nearly impossible; all he could manage was a ragged "this way! Katya, Dev knew, saw Japan's monopoly on space-based technology and trade as tyranny, its taxes on colonial industries as crippling, its veto power over Hegemony affairs as nothing less than absolute dictatorship.

One wall was set to show Earth, a cloud-wreathed, three-quarters' sphere hanging in space. Until that time, the only activity noted on the planet was some minor seismic disturbances and a few cavern traces fifteen thousand kilometers from the nearest human colony. Due to low partial pressures of atmospheric oxygen, plus somewhat elevated carbon dioxide and ozone levels, the atmosphere of Chi Draconis V is not breathable by humans without artificial assistance.

Lloyd's first thought was that this was some sort of drill, a test of the combat readiness of his men. They'd started off as workpods adapted to the needs of warfare not long after the first combat use of warstriders; originally conceived as manned constructors designed to haul building materials and manipulate large, free-floating structures during work on space stations, synchorbital facilities, and other large, zero-G projects, they had considerable endurance, but all of the grace and maneuverability of a small asteroid.

Nimotsu was Nihongo for "baggage," and even with the polite construction and the suffix meaning "honorable" it was an unflattering but accurate assessment of Dev's status aboard the courier. The Japanese idea of a "god" was vastly different from that of most Westerners; most Japanese still thought of their parents as "gods" and revered the emperor as a similar god, one slightly higher in the celestial hierarchy.

Thank God I don't have to be part of it any longer. Katya sometimes felt like a fugitive from the law of averages, for all of the rest were Lokans, men and women who'd signed on after the unit had been stationed on 36 Ophiuchi C-II and become the 5th Loki Warstriders.

The air was humid, and at the equator where temperatures hovered around fifty degrees Celsius, steaming, brackish swamps and continent-wide tangles of exotic native flora reminiscent of Earth's long-lost jungles were the rule.

And Tanemura disliked Lloyd for his religion. He saw that it was marked gokuhi, "secret," and could be scanned only through the use of his personal authorization code. The orbital station was Daikokukichi, Daikoku Base.William H. Keith's career started inwhen he and his brother J.

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