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The Delphineans have to deal with the fact that the Fazullan ship has slaves on it. They repatriate the Paraxean slaves with Mangkator and need to find a planet for the other slaves. But what do they do with the Fazullans? Then Catie takes is assigned the mission to take the Onisiwoens, the third set of aliens, home. What will she find there?

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  • Bill
  • 27-09-2021

Keep hoping the simplistic bias will lessen.

This is basically a good series: but one of its continuous memes is bias. An important topic but it has gotten old, not just because of the frequency, but also because it's over simplified. For example: at one point father-daughter are discussing racial biases and how there is no longer any justification for these. Next moment, and frequently throughout the book, the women are complaining about how dumb and obnoxious men are and how they are to be assumed so until proven otherwise. Tasty toys but ...

How about some more nuance? Take China as an example. Racism is part of the culture and laws. Anyone dealing with them needs to take that into consideration. You have Islam where the religion is the law and your rights are determined by your sex, religion, and ancestry. There is also cultural inertia: where prior biases have been institutionalized in common behaviors and advantages/disadvantages. One group knows that things are unfair, which justifies ignoring laws and morals, which justifies assumption on the part of others, ...

The author is beginning to explore "justifiable" biases based on genetics. So far only as applied to aliens. Not as applied to humans. Jordan Peterson has explored this topic and raises many interesting issues. It's a dangerous topic but if the author is going to continue making it a centerpiece: don't oversimplify and assume away the difficulties in change.

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  • Elizabeth A Stender
  • 23-10-2021

Sucks like the vacuum of space

This series had a decent start. But unfortunately has become a sci-fi book that is more about social justice than about a good story. No real science but tons of woke.

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  • Turbo
  • 27-09-2021

Another good one

Story keeps getting better, i am anxious to see what’s in store fir the next one

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