A Just Determination (Paul Sinclair Series, Book 1) by John G. Hemry

By John G. Hemry

Clean from the Academy, Ensign Paul Sinclair has been assigned to the warship USS Michaelson , whose venture is to prevent any overseas vessels from violating U.S. sovereign space.

When Captain Peter Wakeman mistakenly destroys a civilian technology- send perceived as opposed, Sinclair needs to testify opposed to Wakeman at a court-martial listening to. yet Sinclair believes that the severity of the fees opposed to the captain are unjust-and turns into a witness for the defense...

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In the morning the sun rises. At lunch it sets behind the mountain. In the early afternoon it rises once more. The cocks crow for the second time, and later the sun sets again. No. One peak. Metaphors should not be belaboured. This woman was in the village prison: she killed her husband because he beat her. This man is a doctor. All his debts have been forgiven. Hmm... This man is a farmer. She was freed by the Squire and the priest. ” Yes, a new character then. A hunchback perhaps, or a cripple, wandering the empty village, a bottle of fine wine in each hand.

I think he wants a job in the movies. No, I haven't seen a doctor yet. I doubt I shall. Reed was talking about patterns again. Inanna is Reed’s opposite. I heard them arguing, once, at a party, when I went to parties. She told him that there was no ultimate meaning to anything. All there ever was, was the illusion of order in the chaos. You heard I had begun writing again? Who told you that? No matter. Of course I'm not writing, Inanna. What point would there be in my writing? Sleep well. I put down the telephone.

What have we got? Never more than a hundred years until the end of our world. Perhaps. There's more to it than that, though. I see almost no one these days. I hurt too much, and I am working too hard. Some contact with the rest of the world is inevitable, however. Human beings are always living in the last days. You're talking about God, here? Reed lives in the flat above me. Earlier this evening he came down for a coffee. We carefully avoided the subject of my illness. In retrospect, it occurs to me that my illness might have been all we were talking about.

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