This second episode of The Human Division, Walk the Plank, was not what I expected.
This one picks up on a story not involving anyone in the first episode. This is also rather short and can be easily read in 15-20 minutes. Maybe less for fast readers.
But don't let the length fool you. In many ways, I enjoyed this episode more than the first. It's written purely in dialogue with the loan description being that a door opens or closes. Since it is dialogue, it's written more like a script for a TV show than a short story. So each line of dialogue is preceded with the name of the character and a colon.
A pretty good story is told, despite no narrative. This surprised me, because I expected at some point the "script"like approach would stop. It never did and at the end I felt it was a satisfying story that hints a little more about the unknown group that is trying to disrupt the peace of the Colonial Union.
I recommend you give this one a try. You might feel $0.99 for this short of a story is unreasonable, but I think it fits well with the episode format.