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    Captivating and thought provoking

    In this book the author invites us to reflect on the ethical question of how to continue to “be good”, and “do good”, when faced with a changing world. Kredo, the main character, is a high rank captain (Majstro) of the army (Falchilo) that protects the people of planet Duatero from its danger (Malamiko, an expanding local ecosystem that contaminates the humans and aims to take over the planet). Kredo is lead in life by the honourable commands of his profession, as well as his mother’s advice to “be good”. However, the planet is changing, the danger takes a new face, the old tools to detect the danger (“contamination”) don’t work anymore, and the old rules don’t seem to apply. How to act and do good in the face of change, when doubting yourself? It seems like the answer lies in being open minded, continuously seeking the truth, listening to the people around you, who may be able to see what you can’t see, and adapting the old rules to the new situation, rather than following them blindly. Was Kredo still being good by reverting to the Founders’ rules? Was that enough to save his planet? You’ll find out by reading this captivating and thought provoking book.
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    Well crafted action/survival tale

    Seven Samarai meets Heart of Darkness in Duatero. A well crafted action/survival tale that also offers an insightful exploration of humanity and honour in the face of apocalyptic ecological challenges. Although I rarely read science fiction, this page-turner grabbed me on page one and never let go.
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