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D.A. - Connie Willis
D.A.
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Theodora Baumgarten has just been selected as an IASA space cadet, and therein lies the problem. She didn't apply for the ultra-coveted posting, and doesn't relish spending years aboard the ship to which she's been assigned. But the plucky young heroine, in true Heinlein fashion, has no plans... show more
Theodora Baumgarten has just been selected as an IASA space cadet, and therein lies the problem. She didn't apply for the ultra-coveted posting, and doesn't relish spending years aboard the ship to which she's been assigned. But the plucky young heroine, in true Heinlein fashion, has no plans to go along with the program. Aided by her hacker best friend Kimkim, in a screwball comedy that has become Connie Wills' hallmark, Theodora will stop at nothing to uncover the conspiracy that has her shanghaied.
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Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9781596061200 (1596061200)
ASIN: 1596061200
Publisher: Subterranean Press
Pages no: 76
Edition language: English
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3.0 D.A by Connie Willis
DESCRIPTION: "Theodora Baumgarten has just been selected as an IASA space cadet, and therein lies the problem. She didn't apply for the ultra-coveted posting, and doesn't relish spending years aboard the ship to which she's been assigned. But the plucky young heroine, in true Heinlein fashion, has ...
Readundant
Readundant rated it
2.0 D.A.
There comes a point in every successful author's career when people just stop saying no to them. "What's that? You've sold 500,000 books? You've won every major award in your genre? People give your books five stars on Amazon before they are published? Nah, we won't need to be editing you. We can ju...
Kaethe
Kaethe rated it
A novella about trying to become an astronaut, that contains the trademark Willis wit, as well as a rather screwball plot.
Seeford's Spot
Seeford's Spot rated it
2.0
Would have been better if she had added more details to it (it's only about 75 pages), in order to flesh out the story. Irritating narrative structure and way too predictable, the premise would make a decent book, if it had less 'reveal' and more substance to it.
Seeford's Spot
Seeford's Spot rated it
2.0
Would have been better if she had added more details to it (it's only about 75 pages), in order to flesh out the story. Irritating narrative structure and way too predictable, the premise would make a decent book, if it had less 'reveal' and more substance to it.
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