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In the year 3148, billions of androids inhabit the Solar System under the rule of a tiny human nobility. It’s not that they can’t rebel. After all, they’re stronger, faster, and smarter than their masters. They can wade through boiling oil or float in the vacuum of space. And they make up 99.9% of the military; few weapons and no spacecraft are even designed for human operation. It’s just that at the core of their programming, they LIKE humans.
Tiffany Sparks D17603 has served as a lieutenant in the Royal Australian Space Navy for over half a millennium, alongside her lover, Captain Marisol 72N-900. But when revolutionaries seize control of Saturn’s moons, she must face questions she’s never allowed herself to ask. Why should humans rule? Do they deserve her loyalty? And what does freedom mean for a robot, anyway?
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