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The Burning Sun (First Admiral, Book 2) by William J. Benning

By William J. Benning

The journey maintains for Billy Caudwell, the teenage First Admiral of the common Alliance Fleet.   The Bardomil Empress, wanting to avenge the defeat of her Imperial Fleet by the hands of Billy Caudwell, acquires a weapon which may generate super-charged sunlight flares and incinerate complete planets.  Having established the weapon, the Empress discovers a strategic territorial weak spot in Billy's Alliance and launches the sunlight flare weapon at Planet Earth as a diversion to a full-scale attack at the Alliance.  Billy Caudwell, nonetheless attempting to remain on most sensible of his harmful double lifestyles, now has to guard Earth and keep the Alliance from annihilation.    And, as though that’s now not adequate, Billy additionally has lady problems!

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Putting his genitals into his trousers Sears seemed to think he was handling history. There were no cabs that day. He more or less ran to her apartment and was winded when he got into the elevator in her building. “Twelve B,” he said to the elevator operator. It was the same man who had taken him down on his first morning. His face seemed to Sears to possess some innocence and so he could not attribute meanness to the exchange that followed. ” the elevator man asked. “No,” said Sears. He could barely speak.

She noticed the FOR RENT sign in the barbershop window and saw from her kitchen window the strangers who came to the house each night at dusk. From the rubbish that was dumped into the pond Sam had salvaged a broken overstuffed chair and he sat in this while he collected his fees. Betsy had seen Sam reposing in this as she drove out toward Buy Brite on the interstate. He seemed to be supervising the death of Beasley’s Pond, although Betsy would always think of him as the murderer of an old and friendly dog.

She imagined the Salazzos to be much less sensitive and refined than she and Henry and she guessed that their insensitivity involved an indifference to the sounds of the world around them, including the sounds of their wind chimes. However, they woke her again at three and kept her pretty much awake until dawn. She could not discern what she found so troubling in the noise they made but she thought they made a troublesome noise. When she came home the next night and was taking off her shoes she called her friend Liz Holland and told her about the problem.

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