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The Second Gate by Thomas Knapp

 

Rumil Bonamede considered herself one of the finest hackers in the galaxy, searching for information on a mass genocide of her birthworld more than twenty staryears ago. Left with barely any memories of her childhood before the day that would be known as the Baramak Slaughter, she takes on increasingly risky endeavors into Solarian and Kiros influence and information centers, their religious war between each other believed to be somehow connected to the attack.

When she draws the attention of two of each sect’s most powerful Knights, psionic trained supersoldiers charged with defending their culture and religious beliefs, Rumil begins to think she is getting close. Instead, what she eventually discovers could lead to casualties that dwarf even the billions that died on Baramak.

Note: The Second Gate contains some graphic violence and harsh language.


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Listed: Apr 2, 2010

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Apr 2, 2010: The prologue is well-written. A woman appears to be writing a book when she’s contacted by someone from her past. The rest of the story will presumably explore that past.

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