A Little Rebellion (Crimson Worlds, Book 3) by Jay Allan

By Jay Allan

Red Worlds publication III The 3rd Frontier battle is over, and the Western Alliance is positive. All throughout human-occupied house, colony worlds have a good time the arrival of peace.

But peace is an elusive dream, and extra hassle is brewing. The battle used to be pricey, and the economies of the Superpowers, continuously fragile, are at the verge of overall collapse.

The Directorate, the shadowy intelligence association that has develop into the genuine energy at the back of the Alliance govt, plans to strip the colonies naked to pay the prices of battle. Already, they're tightening their regulate over the freewheeling colonial governments. And the Marine Corps faces overall destruction by the hands of the worst traitor in its history.

however the colonists are a special breed than the passive mob in the world, and so they don't have any goal of meekly surrendering their not easy gained freedoms. On worlds all around the frontier, plans are hatched and guns hoarded. And in taverns and assembly halls the phrases of an historic textual content are uttered in hushed tones. a bit uprising, at times, is an efficient thing.

The red Worlds Series:

Marines (Crimson Worlds I)
The fee of Victory (Crimson Worlds II)
A Little uprising (Crimson Worlds III)

Coming March 2013 the 1st Imperium (Crimson Worlds IV)

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Each of the colors rapidly forms into its own irregular pattern and spreads across my vision screen. What I am seeing becomes a kaleidoscope of bright colors. The movement in the field accelerates until hundreds of strips and splotches fuse into one raging explosion. In the middle of this riot of color a coherent image always forms. At first I cannot tell exactly what it is, for the figure or figures are very small, as if they are far, far away. As the image moves closer, it changes colors several times, adding both to the surreal overtone of the vision and to my inner sense of dread.

Richard is certain that we are about to be tested in some way, but Michael says that our being used as guinea pigs is "inconsistent with the Raman personality" we have observed heretofore. I had to laugh at his comment. Michael has now spread his incurable religious optimism to encompass the Ramans as well. He always assumes, like Voltaire's Dr. Pangloss, that we are living in the best of all possible universes. The foreman mantis hung around, mostly watching from (he walkway of the tank, until each of the four of us had actually lain upon his or her hammock.

Richard wasn't following. " "That's preposterous," Richard said immediately. "But Richard," Michael rejoined, "think about it. What would have been the probability of any contact if the Ramans had streaked into our system at a significant fraction of the speed of light, rounded the Sun, and then gone on their merry way? Absolutely zero. And, as you have indicated yourself, there may be other 'foreigners,' if we can call ourselves that, on this ship as well. " The conversation continued for almost half an hour.

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