By Eric Flint
The <st1:state>West Virginia</st1:state> city of <st1:city>Grantville</st1:city>, torn from the 20th century and hurled again into 17th century <st1:place>Europe</st1:place> has allied with Gustavus Adolphus, King of Sweden, within the usa of Europe. So, whilst Gustavus invades <st1:place><st1:country-region>Poland</st1:country-region></st1:place>, coping with to unite all of the squabbling Polish factions into repelling the typical enemy, the time-lost americans need to fear approximately getting dragged into the struggle in addition to the Swedish forces.
yet Mike Stearns has one other challenge. He used to be top Minister of the USE until eventually he misplaced an election, and now he’s one in every of Gustavus’s generals; and he has proven that he’s first-class at being a basic. And he’s approximately to actually desire all his army flair. Gretchen , who by no means observed a revolution she didn’t like, has been arrested in <st1:place>Saxony</st1:place>, and could be done. The progressive teams which she has been operating with usually are not approximately to allow that occur, and without notice there’s rioting within the streets. <st1:place>Saxony</st1:place>’s ruthless normal Baner is set to suppress the rebellion by way of the universal “kill all of them and permit God variety them out” procedure, which simply provides gasoline to the hearth. So Gustavus orders Mike Stearns to visit <st1:place>Saxony</st1:place> and restoration order. yet he makes one mistake.
He didn’t inform Mike to take his troops alongside at the challenge. yet he didn’t inform him not to, both . . .
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He told me I had no talent, could not write, ought to forget ever trying to make a living from the craft of writing, and that even if I did manage to eke out some sort of low-level existence through dint of sheer, dogged persistence, I would never write anything of consequence, would never make a name for myself, and would sink into the dust of oblivion justifiably forgotten by lovers of properly constructed literature. I told him to go fuck himself. I was thrown out of Ohio State University in January of 1955, went home to Cleveland to marshal my thoughts and consider my options.
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