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Command Decision

Elizabeth Moon, Author
Elizabeth Moon, Author . Del Rey $24.95 (384p) ISBN 978-0-345-49159-6
Reviewed on: 12/04/2006
Release date: 02/01/2007
Paperback - 453 pages - 978-1-84149-379-4
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Fourth in Moon's Vatta's War space-going family and military saga (after 2006's Engaging the Enemy ), this jaunty far-future romp follows the scions of two powerful but threatened families: woman space warrior Kylara Vatta and undercover operator Rafe Dunbarger. While Ky, who earlier saw much of her family murdered, builds an antipirate fleet from former privateers, Rafe works to preserve his family's giant interstellar communications corporation after a hostile takeover. Aunt Grace Lane Vatta sheds her dotty old woman cover to direct security on Slotter's Key, the Vatta home base, and Cousin Stella settles in as Vatta's CEO, assisted by young Toby, a precocious techie. Though lacking the breathless hyperdrive of Moon's earlier splendid derring-do in Marque and Reprisal , the frequent FTL jumps between Ky's deep-space engagements, Rafe's reluctant boardroom battles, Grace's wily machinations and Stella's expert financial calculations keep the excitement level high. (Feb.)

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