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Zero Option

Auhtor: Lindsay Brambles

Language: english
Published: 2007

Genres:

fiction,  science fiction
Downloads: 353
eBook size: 185Kb

Review by Stephen M. Charme, July 2005


Rating: (***)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'Zero Option':

The Bisexual Option by Fritz Klein MD was the first psychological publication specifically devoted to bisexuality. It was first published in 1978 with a second edition printed in 1993.

Excerpts from the Book 'Zero Option':


... would render the unprotected human lifeless in seconds. He shuddered when he recalled what it felt like, and wondered how they could do it, time and time ...
... because, of course, that was one of the holes in the theory. The probes were sent from Msatas Transit Point, he told her reluctantly. Rigar ...
... had almost been court-martialed. And would have been, Imbrahim thought, if not for Admiral Carter. For Imbrahim much of this information was new, since ...
... Or were they like he, sitting here, bewildered by events that unfolded around them? He didn't feel in control of his life indeed, the fact he was here ...
... peak acceleration. Needless to say, nothing much had survived of ship and crew in such cases. All spacers lived with that reality and seemed unbothered ...
... gave the Federation a much needed victory. At the cost of her ship and considerable risk to her crew, doctor. The Grandy was nearing retirement, ...
... Being couriered directly to an assignment in the Unity was much faster and safer than having to go the longer, more conventional route. The ...
... counted the seconds, waiting for the torpedoes to self-destruct. It was not a long wait. Only moments after the Confederation had exited hyperspace, ...
... serve, he said defensively. Indeed. And one I'm sure has served Fleet well. I like to think so. I've always done what they've asked of me. Without ...
... T'Chau. It had all been easy after all, though his stomach and his nerves told another story. Zero-Option Chapter 17 They were less ...
... far enough forward to fully envelop the rock, nor any inclination as to what might happen if it didn't. Theory suggested they would merely jump with ...
... the death of every man or woman who may die under your command. Jhordel sighed loudly. You still don't understand how it is out here, do you? ...
... they'd had time to reflect upon what had befallen them, and when they'd had a chance to sit back and assess the damage. It was at that point, he imagined, ...
... staring up at him, studying him. Something on your mind, Commander? she said at length. About our mission, sir. You have some concerns? I have ...
... ship-com. There were others in the corridors, some headed aft, towards engineering, others fanning out to the various operational sections. He crashed ...
... there was little truth to that. But still... The internal pressures of the body and all would wreak havoc. And without sunlight, heat from the ...
... dissecting him. Whoever commands that ship is doing whatever any good captain would do, Mister Imbrahim: understanding the enemy. Once you've done ...
... without even a tremor of her hand, she lifted the key to the slot and rammed it home. It slid into place with a satisfying click and then she grasped ...
... different, he said. Ah, yes. I suppose it was. He could see she was holding a glass, holding it at arms length, studying it, staring at the stars ...
... of his life with a woman he scarcely knew. He told himself there were dozens of things he should be doing, but when he dwelt on the matter he could think ...