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The human and atevi inhabitants of Alpha Station, orbiting the realm of the atevi, have picked up a sign from an alien kyo ship telling them that the send is inbound towards Alpha. 5 thousand of the population of Alpha are human refugees from the now derelict Reunion Station. they've got noticeable this situation sooner than, whilst a unmarried kyo ship swooped into the Reunion process and, with out a notice, melted an immense part of Reunion Station with a unmarried cross. those refugees, who have been rescued throughout the mixed efforts of an allied team of people and atevi and delivered to defense at Alpha, at the moment are determined with fear.
Bren Cameron—brilliant human emissary of Tabini-aiji, the strong atevi political chief at the mainland less than, and in addition the appointee of the human president of the island kingdom of Mospheira—is the most obvious number of consultant to be despatched as much as care for either the panicked refugees and the incoming alien ship.
As a member of the spacefaring delegation who rescued the refugees, Bren has talked to kyo before—and even received their belief through saving certainly one of their sort from a Reunioner legal. as a result of his striking diplomatic and linguistic skills, Bren controlled to speak with that thankful kyo person on a restricted foundation, and he has facts that that very same kyo is at the send heading to defenseless Alpha Station.
But not anyone can are expecting what an alien race may do, or what their motivations may well be.
And Bren Cameron, the one human ever to be approved into atevi society, is now the only person with a wish of effectively interacting with the staff of the incoming send. yet Bren understands it is going to take placing himself within the fingers of the kyo.
Can Bren expect the gratitude of 1 person alien to avoid wasting his existence and the lives of hundreds of thousands on Alpha Station?
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Conceited on his part, might be, to imagine he might forget about 200 years of that paintings, however the something he couldn’t supply the collage used to be the event of sitting around the desk from Prakuyo and looking at his reaction. He’d started to get a sense for the language. He’d long past right into a couple of transits aboard send whereas considering on kyo grammar, kyo strategies, and he’d become—spooked, a lot as he hated to confess it. Spooked in an highbrow means, as the common sense used to be there, after which now not. but. Time was once, Ragi should have appeared as unusual to the 1st landed. The consistent connection with numerology, wading in it, respiring it, should have stressed hell out of these first people who attempted to speak. He’d by no means been spooked by means of the numbers. They got here simply to him. He and Tabini had greater than as soon as mentioned that actually risky be aware friendship. Tabini had tasted it now and then, frightened a bit over it, laughed approximately its craziness, disregarded it from relevance, an identical bewildered method his paidhi-aiji fretted over man’chi and attempted his lame top to visualize the way it felt. Step and step and step. It had labored. members, stressed in a different way yet conscious of it, had controlled to not resolve their private mess ups of realizing, yet to appreciate that they had them, and to construct a bridge throughout them. He’d had support from Tabini’s facet of the desk. As he’d had support from Prakuyo years in the past. He had to choose up, preferably with Prakuyo, the place they’d left off. yet at the station. In a sterile field of a room, void of typical photos and visible occasions and customary pursuits, and much throughout space . . . the place did he locate the threads? That have been half and parcel of the nightmare—that he stood in a barren, steel position and confronted the kyo without phrases to talk and not anything to indicate at, no option to locate them. No manner? along with his education? With the assets of the send and a complete international to attract on? Hell. He used to be higher than that. Prakuyo had attempted. Prakuyo, even lower than depressing situations, had made a begin on his personal. If the kyo had despatched Prakuyo the following, then they weren't going to begin from 0. And in the event that they hadn’t despatched him— in the event that they hadn’t, good, he may well commence from what he had. He had one middle be aware within the kyo language: organization. From cores—other phrases shaped, assembling bits and items round them, a modular toolkit, mutating meanings, yet likewise associating ideas in a courting that carried heritage, instilled a fashion of considering and directed strategies down yes paths. languages, unrelated even by means of species starting place. A boy, a toy automobile, the dowager, a plate of teacakes, and children’s photo books— And a reminiscence: Cajeiri attempting to reproduce a be aware, creating a sound he had corrected . . . yet Prakuyo had no longer. Cajeiri had deferred to him, yet had Cajeiri been correct all alongside? Atevi listening to used to be extra acute than human. Atevi heard issues people didn't. Heard frequencies the human ear couldn’t. Human and atevi language overlapped, phonetically. The kyo language . . . the kyo’s lips had constrained mobility. a lot of the sound got here from deep of their throats.