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On the other side of the galaxy, the Cayl Empire has decided to wind down operations and the Stryx are planning to pick up the pieces. Kelly is tapped to host an open house event on Union Station to tempt the aliens into joining up, but does anybody other than the Stryx actually want the merger to take place?

©2015 E. M. Foner (P)2017 Tantor

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It went by so fast!

Another book in the series and another warming trip to Union Station.

This book in particular seemed to just zoom by. Our knowledge of the universe is expanded by the introduction of an empire from off the Strx network. In an exchange of hostages, the reader or listener gets a feel for how politicking can work in an empire spanning multiple star systems as well ashow maybe the Stryx members aren’t so bad after all.

I love how cast continues to age a few years at a time. It is fun watching characters’ kids grow up and come into their own. And in some cases start their own worlds-spanning business empires.

Given that the series hasn’t lost its steam as of this book, I’m just going to go ahead and keep recommending it to anyone wanting a charming glimpse into life of a massive space station.

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