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by Rutledge Etheridge

Free eBook Agent of Chaos download ISBN: 0441004644
Author: Rutledge Etheridge
Publisher: Ace; Ace Edition edition (August 1, 1997)
Language: English
Category: Fantasy
Subcategory: Science Fiction
Size MP3: 1680 mb
Size FLAC: 1215 mb
Rating: 4.1
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The more things change, the more they stay the same!! Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 14 years ago. I first read this three hundred and twelve page book(Ace Books, 1st e. 1st printing, August 1997, The Berkley Publishing Group) in one sitting so I obviously found it good enough to keep me interested.

Agents of Chaos book. The Duelists are the finest warriors mankind has ever produced. I adore everything I've ever read by Rutledge Etheridge. The tactics and strategy of space battles and hand-to-hand or mind-to-mind combat are all brilliant and thought-provoking.

1997) (The second book in the Silver and Gold Fleets series) A novel by Rutledge Etheridge. Ingram While the Silver and Gold Fleets struggle to recover from their Great Battle, the ""Grounders"" are safe from the plundering of the space clans, and when renegades target a world for destruction, it is up to a Grounder spy to thwart any alliance between the clans. Genre: Urban Fantasy. Used availability for Rutledge Etheridge's Agent of Chaos.

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- ) US author of whom nothing is known – the name may be a pseudonym – beyond his responsibility for two adventure sf series: the Duelist sequence, beginning with Legend of the Duelist (1993), which is military sf featuring bounty hunters who plan to exploit an outbreak of interstellar war; and the Agent sequence, beginning with Agent of Destruction (1996), features a. teenage girl spy who thwarts Space Opera challengers to peace. Agent of Chaos (New York: Ace Books, 1997). Internet Speculative Fiction Database. Recently viewed articles.

ISBN 10: 0441004644, ISBN 13: 9780441004645. Binding: Mass Market Paperback. Book Condition: Good. Synopsis: While the Silver and Gold Fleets struggle to recover from their Great Battle, the "Grounders" are safe from the plundering of the space clans, and when renegades target a world for destruction, it is up to a Grounder spy to thwart any alliance between the clans. Visit Seller's Storefront.

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MyHeritage Family Trees. Rutledge Eurance Etheridge, 1921 - 1992 Rutledge Eurance Etheridge 19211992 Virginia. Rutledge Eurance Etheridge was born on month day 1921, at birth place, Virginia, to Clayton J. Etheridge and Myrtle Etheridge (born Harvey). Clayton was born on November 30 1900, in Fitzgerald, Georgia, USA. Myrtle was born on February 11 1900, in Georgia. Rutledge had 3 siblings: Wilma Mae Etheridge and 2 other siblings. Rutledge married first name Etheridge (born Goodman) on month day 1942, at age 20 at marriage place, Florida.

While the Silver and Gold Fleets struggle to recover from their Great Battle, the "Grounders" are safe from the plundering of the space clans, and when renegades target a world for destruction, it is up to a Grounder spy to thwart any alliance between the clans. Original.
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Minha
I first read this three hundred and twelve page book(Ace Books, 1st ed., 1st printing, August 1997, The Berkley Publishing Group) in one sitting so I obviously found it good enough to keep me interested. I also found it to be an interesting comment on the possible evolution of our socio-political systems following the diaspora and the inevitable isolation of large segments of the population due to relativity, lost technology and/or war.

Set in the far future, roughly seven hundred years after the first migrations off-planet, the author assumes a universe in which humankind is alone; this was definitely intentional on the author's part. This story isn't about first contact nor would the existence of aliens support the the point the author is trying to make.

The plot isn't as convoluted or as nested as those in many novels I have read but it seems consistent thoughout, has all it's loose ends tied up satisfactorily by its ending and is as complex as it needs to be given the statement Etheridge is trying to put forward. This novel is not what I would call "hard" science-fiction but then the author was careful not to include any detailed explanations regarding what little science was required to support the story line so I don't see its lack of hard science as a flaw. In fact, it was a smart move!

This isn't and never was intended to be a story about our scientific progress as a species. The author clearly states in the prologue that when we migrate to the stars, we will bring with us our strengths, weaknesses, hopes and dreams. He is making a clear and I think effective statement about our nature as a species which we have demonstrated consistently throughout history. In the absence of a unifying external threat, we will always find reasons to make war upon ourselves!

All other considerations aside, the real measure of the book is in the fact that I have re-read it several times since I first purchased it and enjoyed it thoroughly each time. Nuff sed!
Gold Crown
Great read, although not as good as the first.