Circuit

The setting is the moon, where newfound industrial strength gives the frontier communities a chance to show independence from the Earth nations that established them A leading constitutionalist and friend of the U.S president, Justice Cabot Huntington is sent in to regain control The stiff necked judge looks forward to writing precedents for space law, but when his firsThe setting is the moon, where newfound industrial strength gives the frontier communities a chance to show independence from the Earth nations that established them A leading constitutionalist and friend of the U.S president, Justice Cabot Huntington is sent in to regain control The stiff necked judge looks forward to writing precedents for space law, but when his first decision leads to the death of Soviet miners he must reevaluate his position and acknowledge his own complicity in the deadly power struggle that comes to implicate both the Russian and American leaders in the miners murders.
Circuit The setting is the moon where newfound industrial strength gives the frontier communities a chance to show independence from the Earth nations that established them A leading constitutionalist and fr

  • Title: Circuit
  • Author: Melinda M. Snodgrass
  • ISBN: 9780425087367
  • Page: 221
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Circuit”

    1. This is the first in a trilogy. I liked Melinda Snodgrass's Star Trek pro-novel, Tears of the Singer, centered on Uhura, and her historical fantasy Queen's Gambit Declined centered on King William of the Netherlands and England. Moreover, Circuit was shortlisted for Prometheus Award, so when I saw two of the three books on sale somewhere I bought them--then left them on the shelves for years in hopes of finding the middle book. In vain, so I decided to finally read this one.I do like the premise [...]

    2. This was a great sci-fi book. It's not often that science fiction deals with something other than techology or aliens. This is about the law. And politics. And it's so cool!This book is the first in a trilogy, however after reading just book 1 I feel like you could stop there and it has been a complete story. But I liked "Circuit" so much that I know I will read the other two soon!

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