By Catherine Asaro
Del used to be a rock singer. He was once additionally the renegade son of the Ruby Dynasty, which made his occupation selection under good, and gave him extra to fret approximately than getting gigs and never getting cheated via recording businesses, membership proprietors, or his agent. For something, the Ruby Dynasty governed the Skolian Imperialate, an interstellar Empire, which had lately had a warfare with one other empire, the Eubian harmony. for one more, Del was once making a song on the earth, which was once a part of a 3rd interstellar civilization, and one that had an uneasy courting with the Imperialate. Del undeniably had expertise, and was once quickly emerging from an unknown fringe artist to stardom. yet, together with his lifestyles entangled within the politics of 3 interstellar civilizations, no matter if he sought after that or now not, expertise will not be sufficient. And that issue may have even more impact than his tune at the lives of trillions of individuals at the millions of inhabited worlds around the galaxy.
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Tom sighed. He opened a door with "Sloan, President" on a brass plaque and led Herzer inside. The room was comfortably but not flashily appointed. There were a couch and table, a couple of chairs and a medium sized desk. An étagère behind the desk had a few personal effects in it, including a small oil painting of Tom and a woman. Herzer vaguely recognized her but couldn't place the face. " he asked, taking one of the chairs. He fit in it poorly, which was normal, but he realized his legs were shoved up higher than usual.
Herzer was sure that he practiced the smile and handshake in the mirror every morning. " Herzer asked. "Always," Sloan replied with a toothy smile. " "Certainly, sir," Stephanie simpered, then scurried away. Herzer had been sure that the woman could never scurry, but she did it well. "Come on," Tom said, laying his hand on Herzer's arm and leading him through the door. There was a corridor with more offices to either side. Most of them had their doors open and in each there were people, mostly women, poring over piles of paper.
I want all of it," Stephanie said, throatily. "I want to hear it, too," David replied when Herzer just looked at her, his face blank and hard. He looked up at the ceiling when he realized other people, including the Blood Lord instructor he had seen across the room, had gathered around. He thought about the blood, the hacked remnants of what had been human beings scattered across a farmer's field. He realized what his face must look like so he, with difficulty, slid a friendlier mask onto his face.
Diamond Star (The Saga of the Skolian Empire, Book 13) by Catherine Asaro