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    Free download We All Died at Breakaway Station EBOOK / PDF [We All Died at Breakaway Station] If you're into stuff like this you can read the full reviewCold Sleep We All Died at Breakaway Station by Richard C MeredithOriginal Review 1980 09 13As Dewey Henize mentioned V2 #74 one of the main characters was a disembodied brain or rather a person who had lost his human body in warfare and was re fitted with a spaceship or s

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    Free download We All Died at Breakaway Station Richard C. Meredith í 9 Free read Free read å E-book, or Kindle E-pub í Richard C. Meredith In many ways the title says it all I found this books recently for 50 cents and I remember wanting to check it out from the library decades ago but my older brother wouldn’t let me Digression my brother would tell our parents he was taking me to the library and to do his homework The reality of it was I his cover for seeing his girlfriend end of digressionI am not a huge fan of military science fiction and what makes

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    EBOOK / PDF [We All Died at Breakaway Station] Free read å E-book, or Kindle E-pub í Richard C. Meredith Free download We All Died at Breakaway Station The Past I bought this book when I was in junior high some forty odd years ago I really thought it was a good book and it caught my imagination I remember loaning the book to my friend and never getting it back The Present Some twenty eight years later I bought the book through com It still read fresh and clear now as it did some thirty years

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    EBOOK / PDF [We All Died at Breakaway Station] This is my favorite of the Meredith books He wrote seven novels in is short career from 1969 to 1979 when he passe

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    Free read å E-book, or Kindle E-pub í Richard C. Meredith EBOOK / PDF [We All Died at Breakaway Station] This is some bleak I refer you to the title no nonsense imaginative scifi with a strong undercurrent of body horrorThere are amazing images the appalling situation of the reanimated patched together crew is vivid and memorable The inevitable space battles are just sciencey enough and evoke the setting with admirable tensionThe writing can be tough going The sexual politics are a bit retro at times 'he wondered why she was crying but then

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Free download We All Died at Breakaway Station Read & download É We All Died at Breakaway Station ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Richard C. Meredith í 9 Free read When race survival teetered in the balanceCaptain Absolom Bracer with an artificial brainpan and synthetic eyes Astrogation officer Gene O'Gwynn a lady with a plastic face Weapons officer Akin Darby and Communications officer Miss Cyanta b. If you re into stuff like this you can read the full reviewCold Sleep We All Died at Breakaway Station by Richard C MeredithOriginal Review 1980 09 13As Dewey Henize mentioned V2 74 one of the main characters was a disembodied brain or rather a person who had lost his human body in warfare and was re fitted with a spaceship or space station to control

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Free download We All Died at Breakaway Station Read & download É We All Died at Breakaway Station ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Richard C. Meredith í 9 Free read EepThese brutally injured officers had been restored to temporary artificial life to do this job because no intact man or woman could be spared from the main conflictBut then Breakaway Station a vital link with Earth was suddenly threatene. This is some bleak I refer you to the title no nonsense imaginative scifi with a strong undercurrent of body horrorThere are amazing images the appalling situation of the reanimated patched together crew is vivid and memorable The inevitable space battles are just sciencey enough and evoke the setting with admirable tensionThe writing can be tough going The sexual politics are a bit retro at times he wondered why she was crying but then women were like that or words to that effect Compensating that the recognition of sexuality of all kinds is realised to good effect No nerdy sexless tech masturbation here though cast into unimaginable scenarios humans have recognisably earthy drivesIt s no Forever War or Starship Troopers but I find it impossible to imagine Iain Banks or his peers writing any scifi without the influence of this book

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Free download We All Died at Breakaway Station Read & download É We All Died at Breakaway Station ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Richard C. Meredith í 9 Free read Oth with assorted prosthetic partsThese were the officers of the Iwo Jima one of the two heavy battle cruiser starships protecting the vast cumbersome Rudolph Cragston a hospital ship returning to Earth with thousands of wounded in cold sl. A blast from the past picked up because I was intrigued by the SPOILER ALERT title and the whole central concept during a war which is going very badly for humankind against an adversary so very alien that no one is even very sure how they provoked it three space ships are limping home to Earth staffed by officers and crew wounded so badly that they technically died and have been reanimated as uasi cyborgs And just as these walking wounded are in a position to take themselves off to relative safety they realize that they are the only thing that stands between those implacable aliens and Breakaway Station the last surviving link between Earth and its colonies No surprises then this is not going to end well Whew Good stuff eh Well yes it would have been perhaps in the hands of an Iain M Banks a Joe Haldeman an Ann Leckie a James SA Corey someone who would have nailed the existential horror of men and women awakened from their own deaths to find that they were little than robots albeit robots who were still suffering agonies from their phantom limbs and hideous burns but were denied painkillers because it might lessen their alertness An author who could perhaps have managed to convey the desperate fear of living with their memories and coping with their current plight without resorting every third paragraph or so to repeating She was very very afraid Someone dare I say it with of a lighter touch who could have seen the absurdity of a crew of Robbie the Robots clanking metal contraptions and featureless plastic egg faces wheeling around the bridge on juddering caterpillar treads I would pay good money to see what China Mieville would have done with this But it could have been worse It was a page turner although short as it is by the end I wanted him to forget the parts with random Plucky Individuals facing the alien Jillies on other earth bases and just get on with it Based on a couple of the other reviews I skimmed I was bracing myself for seriously Neanderthal attitudes to the female characters and yes Meredith did seem to honestly believe that in the face of the utter genocide of the human race the only thing a red blooded girl note NOT woman never woman would be interested in would be getting her guy s ring on her finger and offering him a last chance to bump uglies as hoardes of Jillies were boarding through the airlocks or the neutron bombs were falling around them Sheesh Yes the humans call the aliens Jillies Just ponder THAT for a moment Alien creatures with a completely different anatomy who seem to be able to communicate among themselves telepathically but unintelligibly to normal red blooded Humans Whose intentions and motivations are a complete mystery SheeshBut I enjoyed it and I would definitely recommend it as a historical oddity An interesting stop on the SF road that would eventually lead to Iain M Banks Joe Haldeman Ann Leckie James SA Corey and even China Mieville to his credit Meredith clearly understood that space opera could tell an important moving story about human resilience and sacrifice and if he was still stuck in the attitudes of his time that doesn t entirely diminish it as a worthy effort

  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 244
  • We All Died at Breakaway Station
  • Richard C. Meredith
  • English
  • 12 July 2020
  • 9780099388807