By Poul Anderson

ISBN-10: 0451151135

ISBN-13: 9780451151131

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ISBN-13: 9780709173229

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Sure. They differ, same as us. My life could depend on the personality of the commandant down there. Will I be able to recognize any chance he might give me? He sought to probe his companion, but was soon left alone on grounds of work to do, except for the close-mouthed rating who tail-sat by the door. Watching the view took his mind partly off his troubles. He could pick up visual clues that a layman would be blind to, identify what they represented, and conclude what the larger pattern must be.

He retreated backward himself, blaster out. The heart slugged in him, the breath rasped, still hot from his prior battle. A pencil of white fire struck at him from the cleft head. It missed at its range, but barely. He felt heat gust where the energy splashed and steam exploded. A sharp small thunderclap followed. This kind does pack a gun! Reflexively, he returned a shot. Less powerful, his beam bounced off the alloy hide. The robot moved on it. He could hear the roar of its motor. A direct hit at closer quarters would pierce his suit and body.

The value of Talwin was obvious. Besides surveillance, it allowed closer contact with spies than would otherwise be possible. Flandry wondered if his own corps ran an analogous operation out Roidhunate way. Probably not. The Merseians were too vigilant, the human government too inert, its wealthier citizens too opposed to pungling up the cost of positive action. Flandry shook himself, as if physically to cast off apprehension and melancholy, and concentrated on what he saw. Clearances given and path computed, the destroyer dropped in a spiral that took her around the planet.

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