Settled several generations before, Saragosa Prime has grown from a mining outpost to a populated planet. Time, Winner White decides, for democracy. Since Winner holds a controlling interest in the company that owns Saragosa Prime, his decision would seem to carry a lot of weight. But among the conglomerates that rule space, Winner's is one of the smallest, and none of the others care whether democracy takes hold--or even whether Winner is allowed to hold onto his company. When Zed Bartok invades, Winner is on his own to re-take the planet.
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good enjoyable fiction but not so good science
While I enjoyed this audio book the experience was marred several times by quite noticeable "science mistakes" - most of them even seemed avoidable to me.
- incorrect time lag by lightspeed communication (several times)
- improbable short time frames for practical implementation of science breakthroughs
- a few minor additional things
On the other side I rather enjoyed the "fiction" part...