Panglor (Star Rigger Universe) Kindle Edition
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On top of this remains the fact that I read this novel when it was first published and felt it was time to own it in ebook format.
This book discusses issues that resonate with how I think and feel about the average psychological/sociological 'professionals' in our societies today. Judging by consensus who might be zane or not sane... What if thy are wrong? What if the scales they use in their charts and rating system are geared to discriminate against the very people that are best able to adapt to new and unusual circumstances.
Just who are the sane ones?
'He recalled Garikoff's face, rough-hewn and dark, his eyes piercing as he gave Panglor the orders to fly. Blackmailing b*st*rd. For a cent Panglor would have killed him and walked out, but at that point he didn't really have much choice; they had him outnumbered, and they had guns. So he'd gone along with the orders-- not that he'd had a better offer in sight, anyway-- and Garikoff's goons weren't likely to leave him unobserved now, so he'd have to carry the orders through. There was just one question: What kind of work did the b*st*rds have up their sleeves for him at D3, and what were his chances of coming out of it alive? ' Location 80 of 3886, Panglor by Jeffrey Carver.
Later, he can only return home by seeing logic in an illogical planet. Good thing he has help. I only wish Garikoff's motivations for the intrigue were clearer. (Minus one star)
Since this is a re-release of a classic, it is well edited with clear breaks between scenes.