|We All Died at Breakaway Station (1969) [Novel]|
by Richard C. Meredith
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When race survival teetered in the balance...
Captain Absalom Bracer, with an artificial brainpan and synthetic eyes.
Astrogation officer Gene O'Gwynn, a lady with a plastic face.
Weapons officer Akin Darby and Communications Officer Miss Cyanta, with with assorted prosthetic parts.
These were the officers of the Iwo Jima, one of the two heavy battle-cruiser starships protecting the vast cumbersome Rudolph Cragstone, a hospital ship returning to earth with thousands of wounded in 'cold-sleep'. These brutally injured officers had been restored to temporary, artificial life to do this job because no intact man or woman could be spared from the main conflict.
But then Breakaway Station, a vital link with Earth, was suddenly threatened...
Original title: We All Died at Breakaway Station
Genre: Fiction→ Science Fiction→ Adventure→ Space Opera