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Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Review - Habitation Without Representation by Laird Long

Title: Habitation Without Representation

Author: Laird Long

Publisher: Damnation Books

Buy Link: Buy Habitation Without Representation Here!

Rating: You Need to Read

Reviewed By: Janelle


Earth-2 is a storm-ravaged human dumping ground, where the Rules are enforced with brutal efficiency. Number one rule: two or less to each woman. It’s Fuller’s job to determine if Saski Burampso has had a third child, and it’s his judgment that could lead to salvation for the oppressed people of the planet.


For such a short story, it certainly plays on a great range of emotions: pity, apathy, sympathy, horror. The hero, the victim, the villian, all are in question until the last possible moment, and the outcome is a total surprise.

Usually with a story this length, I’d say it is too short. But in this case I think the brevity is a benefit. It gives you just enough information to keep the story interesting, without show its hand.

Overall, I highly recommend this story. It is brief, but very good.

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