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Hardin is dead, leaving behind his two children James and Patricia. The revolution must continue so Hardin's friends try to continue his plans but now James is learning the truth behind his father's death.
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After the explosion Patricia and James end up in a home for other children when Patricia quickly friend Konstantin. James tries to separate them but Patricia does not like how her older brother is doing things. Engel comes for James, hoping Hardin's son will have the answers he is looking for.
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After the explosion Patricia and James end up in a home for other children when Patricia quickly friend Konstantin. James tries to separate them but Patricia does not like how her older brother is doing things. Engel comes for James, hoping Hardin's son will have the answers he is looking for.
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Engel convinces James to take the stand against Pavel only James decides to tell the truth this time, instead of the lies that Engel wanted him to say. Engel must face the consequences of his actions.
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Engel convinces James to take the stand against Pavel only James decides to tell the truth this time, instead of the lies that Engel wanted him to say. Engel must face the consequences of his actions.
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In the distant future, Elijah is a member of the "Philosophical Police," who must solve conflicts that arise out of ignorance of the Other. Two species are fighting a war with roots in a crime committed centuries ago, and Elijah must solve the crime and bring peace between their species, while also confronting his own immortality in a world where science provides access to eternal life. In a world where death no longer exists, why do so many want to give up on life? Serious, heavy duty science fiction, with shades of author J.G. Ballard and the films Gattaca, Solaris, and George Lucas' THX 1138. 171 pgs, FC
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Elijah is a "philosopher," or policeman, in a society where humans enjoy immortal life by transferring their memories into clones called "echoes." As a cop, Elijah investigates conflicts between humans and alien species that arise from cultural differences. In this strange society, Elijah's friends must wait for permission to have children and others decide when they want to die and throw their own funerals. Elijah is not happy when a higher-up asks him to create an echo, an expensive choice, so that he can mediate a conflict between life on another planet.
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Elijah makes a new echo to investiage why the Ganedans and Alephs cannot settle a feud that has existed for a millennium. He enlists the help of an expert in archeo-criminology and learns that the Alpehs may have a form of pure sonic energy, in addition to their material form. As the tension between the two species escalates, especially when an Originist ship crashes on Ganed, Elijah decdies that it's time for him to go there himself.
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Elijah makes a new echo to investiage why the Ganedans and Alephs cannot settle a feud that has existed for a millennium. He enlists the help of an expert in archeo-criminology and learns that the Alpehs may have a form of pure sonic energy, in addition to their material form. As the tension between the two species escalates, especially when an Originist ship crashes on Ganed, Elijah decdies that it's time for him to go there himself.
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Elijah goes to Ganed and his echo shows him all that he has learned. At the site of an ancient tree, there was once a primitive Ganedan that was killed by an aquatic Aleph. This specific Ganedan was the son of King Faerela, who commanded the Ganedans to re-enact the murder, which became a traditional ritual. It's no wonder that there is such strife between the two communities.
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