The Measure of Humanity – Chapter THREE

And…back to court. If I wanted to be totally accurate, I’d have to say TO court I go, since I’d managed to avoid physically appearing on Earth up to this point. I wasn’t trying to avoid Earth as such, but the fact was nothing particularly good could possibly come of visiting the planet. And forContinue reading “The Measure of Humanity – Chapter THREE”

The Measure of Humanity – Chapter TWO

There wasn’t a whole bunch going on in this book… LIE! I was trying to figure out how to fight the stupid court case which I was faced with; Endeavour was getting up to speed on their patrolling, Enterprise was doing their exploration thing, and meanwhile the Direwolves were starting to come online in quantitiesContinue reading “The Measure of Humanity – Chapter TWO”

The Measure of Humanity – Chapter ONE

Yes, we’ve reset the chapters again! That means we’re into the last ‘third’ of this book. I say third in quotes because it’s not divided by number of words or chapters; it’s divided by events. But you don’t care about the technical minutiae. As always with the scenes within Artemis, Adam had to do hisContinue reading “The Measure of Humanity – Chapter ONE”

The Measure of Humanity – Chapter EIGHTEEN

Nobody expected this. Then again, throughout the entire Artemis War we were surprised at every turn. No, no; if I can’t be honest here, where can I be honest? We were grossly outclassed when it came to tactics, and even strategic decisions. Despite her instability the Primus was accurate with her instincts; she knew howContinue reading “The Measure of Humanity – Chapter EIGHTEEN”

The Measure of Humanity – Chapter SEVENTEEN

Poor James. He never knew; nobody ever told him. By the way – spoilers ahead for upcoming books, so just skip to the chapter if you haven’t gotten the other books. But he and Cassie were only ever bait. Autumn had her plans for escape all worked out, probably as soon as she was tossedContinue reading “The Measure of Humanity – Chapter SEVENTEEN”

The Measure of Humanity – Chapter SIXTEEN

I wouldn’t wish Alexis Carnahan on anyone. But if I did, it would have been the Artemisians. She was a truly nasty piece of work. Mean-spirited and self-centered, all she ever cared about was her work and her interests. I’m glad I fired her. You want a free book? Of course you do! Click theContinue reading “The Measure of Humanity – Chapter SIXTEEN”

The Measure of Humanity – Chapter FIFTEEN

I hate courts. Part of that is I hate waiting, and all you seem to do in a courtroom is wait. Wait for the judge. Wait for motions. Wait for objections. Wait while they present an argument, then wait some more. And you have to at least appear interested, especially if you’re the defendant. Doesn’tContinue reading “The Measure of Humanity – Chapter FIFTEEN”

The Measure of Humanity – Chapter FOURTEEN

Ah, a quiet patrol for Captain Stewart and the Endeavour. They had some, believe it or not! I know, it seems like all Adam writes about is the exciting stuff, and I understand why. He could probably fill a book with nothing but fluff and filler, with all the minutiae involved in the day-to-day runningContinue reading “The Measure of Humanity – Chapter FOURTEEN”

The Measure of Humanity – Chapter THIRTEEN

Okay, who remembers Alyssa Jordan? Anyone? Come on, people, think! She was the unlucky woman who was Kaine’s subordinate, way back in the day, and she took over for him after he met his totally justified end. Over the next few years she did her job and did it honestly and well. Which put herContinue reading “The Measure of Humanity – Chapter THIRTEEN”

The Measure of Humanity – Chapter TWELVE

Lest you start to think everything in this part of the book revolved around me and my legal woes, I now present to you the following counterexample. Seriously. Yes, it was stressful, and yes, it took up a bunch of my time, but life went on with the rest of the Federation! Did you knowContinue reading “The Measure of Humanity – Chapter TWELVE”