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H2O (what would have become my second book - major WIP)

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« on: May 17, 2007, 07:19:09 pm »

Very impressive.  The story is vibrant and descriptive.  The characters all have depth and substance.  It's a really well written piece of story telling, even in the infant state that it's in.

My one question I might have... when the aliens attack the station in your opening chapter, you mention the alien ships making extreme-G maneuvers that would kill a human pilot.  In the absense of gravity, would evasive maneuvers have the same effect on the human body as a fighter flying within an atmosphere?  I realise that directional thrust of a craft could have an effect on the body, but provided a pilto was properly restrained, wouldn't a zero-G enviroment prevent some of the severity of your organs being moved about?

Perhaps it's been too many years since I took physics...just looking for some clarity.  Smiley

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