Framing the Dialogue

Dead Astronauts

Enduring Dead Astronauts (couldn’t call this reading) took me a while.  I rarely quit on books, but after 75% of this novel, I just couldn’t push myself further.  It has pretty decent ratings on Amazon so I thought that I was, perhaps, missing something…

“You could try to live out your days and years in some remote corner, but even that place would be blighted by the Company, by what happened in the City.  They would find you, in time.  You would be reminded of your own unwillingness to fight against your fate.  The three would become one and one and one, and then none.”

I was sort of following along with these three “being” and then they were gone…as was my willingness to continue.

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