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The next few moments were extremely confused. I suppose I am a ground hog at
heart for I disorient very easily when I can't tell the floor from the ceiling. Someone
called out, "Where is he?" Dak replied, "Here!" The same voice replied, "Him?
I watched him through it once, then did the acceptance speech with the sound cut
out but stereo on, matching my voice— his voice, I mean— to the moving image.
She watched me, looking from the image back to my face with a dazed look on ...
He seemed to pull toward me and away while his voice drove on. ". . . robbed him
of his chance to finish his work. So you've got to do it for him. You've got to make
him live again!" I shook my head and made a great effort to pull myself together ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - fuzzi - LibraryThing
An actor is hired to play the part of a missing dignitary, with some predictable and unexpected results. This is one of the better vintage Heinlein, with plenty of twists and political machinations. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Razinha - LibraryThing
This was a pretty good book...hope for things to come? (I'm reading his novels in publication order.) One observation: a book based on a premise of overcoming prejudice ought not to have racist ... Read full review