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By Reasor Matlock

Civilizations conflict in a technologically complicated old Earth. Locked in conflict and stalemated all through recorded human background, destiny selects a rag-tag staff of not likely heroes to settle the world's oldest and most deadly clash.

From Pangaea to present-day; from the mist of Oregon to the dirt of the moon, Canash is a continuous mystery that may go away you aching for extra!

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Our gifts are to be anathem [47] celebrated. But we are blinded, or crippled—take your pick—by, er . ” “By the very same qualities that make us useful,” said Fid Tulia. Which was why I couldn’t get her out of my mind: in a heartbeat, she could go from blubbering to being the cleverest person in the room. “How to identify one who is under the influence of the Doxan Iconography? ” “Danger level? ” “I would put it very low. ” This got a laugh, which Grandsuur Tamura didn’t like very much. “Fid Ala.

Culturally, yes. Ecologically, even. ” He hadn’t seemed to have heard me. ” “It’s a meaningless question,” I’d said, after having thought about it for a moment. “That’s funny, it seemed meaningful to me,” he’d retorted, a little cross. ” He’d waited. ” I’d said. I had spent a few minutes going up various avenues of explanation, only to find each of them a dead end. “Well,” I’d said finally, “I guess I have to invoke the Steelyard. In the absence of a good argument to the contrary, I have to choose the simplest answer.

As I wound the clock on that day I was wondering what it would be like to climb up to the Warden Fendant’s ledge and jump off. If you fi nd such a thing impossible to comprehend, you probably are not avout. The food that you eat is grown from crops whose genes partake of the Allswell sequence, or even stronger stuff. Melancholy thoughts may never come into your mind at all. When they do, you have the power to dismiss them. I did not have that power, and was becoming weary of keeping company with those thoughts.

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