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I like Ringo's work and I like these kinds of books. That was my biggest problem, as I read this book I kept asking myself, "Haven't I read this story before?"

There were some that definitely were new, and I liked the one based on the Freehold novels by Mike Williamson. However, I was expecting the book to be mostly new content and all I can say is that I'm sure several of the stories appeared before, perhaps in the There Will be War anthologies by Pournelle.

If you've read a lot of this type of material you'll probably find that you've read several of these stories too :(

Also, I thought the book said it was 400 pages...
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