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Book 7 of Fierce Girls At War
“Back on Earth my dad was an engineer on a Navy ship and he wanted me to join the RAN. I said I don’t want my bed moving under me unless it’s me and my partner makin’ it move. So I joined the RAAF so I can fly during the day and sleep on land every night. So where do I end up? The engineer on a busted shuttle floatin’ on the ocean of an alien planet! But no worries, mate! This is a tough bird and we probably won’t drown out here. We’re more like to starve to death first!”
- Master Sergeant Mindy Taylor, shuttle engineer, shot down 2 days before invasion day, Ranger Regiment, New Hope Colony, Tau Ceti 4, Australia
“It’s warming up and raining more than it was when we crashed here two weeks ago. The Commander’s worried about the valley flooding when the snow melts. I wouldn’t mind a day off from training though. My legs are sore, my back is aching and my shoulder is black and blue from all the target practice!”
- Naomi Winston, age 17, 4th year student, New Hope Academy, New Hope Colony, Tau Ceti 4, UK
The summer has arrived and with it warmer temperatures and melting snows in the mountains above the Cairo’s valley where the crash survivors are being trained by Gunnery Sergeant Molly Pickford to fight and defend themselves.