The Sagan Diary (Old Man's War) Kindle Edition
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Normally I would not give away a book nor its plot; but in this case I will loosely describe the storyline. 90% of the book is a self dialogue of Jane Sagan just before she transfers from her military body to her retirement body. Little to no action and the majority of the monologue is of her love (with a little vulgar sex) for her husband.
Save your time and just reread old man's war.
As an aside, I love the way he slips in references to works by other sci-fi authors. There is even a referenece to one of T.S. Elliot's most famous works in "The Sagan Diary". I'll let you find it on your own.
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The Sagan Diary is like a bad Philip Glass composition turned into words. Words that ebb and flow, but never go anywhere and certainly never arrive at any...Read more
is not part of and does not continue the Old Mans War series storyline