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Hope’s Graveyard Rolls Back the Clock and Ramps Up the Terror
Laoshi’s first mission as a Jiren couldn’t be more daunting: infiltrate Havoc on the eve of a major offensive to destroy the mongrel colony’s command-and-control capabilities.
It’s enough to give the seasoned veterans on the aerial-insertion team pause, let alone a raw recruit fresh from passing his S.A.T.
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The earliest story I put to paper followed the adventures of the Teprac—tiny creatures that inhabited the shag carpet adorning my childhood home. (Full Disclosure: this was in the ‘70s, the halcyon heyday of all things shaggy.)
To the Teprac, each neon-yellow strand was as tall as a redwood, each errant cookie crumb as big as a boulder. Compared to my humdrum suburban existence, their world kinda-sorta blew my mind. I’m guessing I wrote the story when I was seven.
Three years after the Teprac (yes, that’s “carpet” spelled backward) plied my rec-room floor looking for cookie crumbs and trouble, George Lucas released a film that more than kinda-sorta blew my mind. Star Wars pretty much demolished it in the best sense of the word. Three years later, Carl Sagan helped me put it back together when he released Cosmos. By the age of thirteen, I was hooked on science and the fiction it spawned.
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