I read this book about 19-Feb-2002. This is the first time I've read this book. The book is copyright 1956 - 1974. This note was last modified Saturday, 19-Aug-2006 10:45:44 PDT.
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Another of the Baen books reissue volumes, again edited by Eric Flint and Guy Gordon (Guy doesn't make the cover of this one).
I somehow missed Schmitz when he was current; partly because he was magazine and I mostly wasn't, and he was a little early for me. I'm enjoying the reissues. They're not great, but they're fun. I doubt they'll become old favorites with all the spots read off them, though.
This one is about Trigger Argee and Holati Tate, with some of Heslet Quillan. I believe there's another volume where Trigger and Telzey get together; I'm not sure that's really a safe idea, personally. These people are all damned trouble-prone. The girls are also clearly ADHD -- easily bored, and happy to take drastic and poorly considered actions to escape it even temporarily. Those actions nearly always turn out to have been necessary later; lucky for them. Still, I do like the shapes of some of the capers quite a lot.