Back to Reading The Relentless Moon, Book # 3 of the Lady Astronaut Series

How is everyone doing? Are we surprised we made it to Saturday?

I like the Lady Astronaut. She has an eating disorder. So does the head of the Space Program. I think it’s called Starving Yourself to Death. Apparently it’s quite a common reaction to things being out of control.

(Some people in space don’t eat. Some, like Bobbie Draper of The Expanse, resurrect sad childhood memories: “I used to have a rat.” — The Expanse S5:E04)

The Lady Astronaut happens to be married to the Governor of Kansas.

The Governor’s Mansion in Topeka used to be an old pile of a Victorian, but after the Meteor, it had been replaced by a bunker with ballrooms. That was before Kenneth was governor, or he would have stopped that foolishness. But people were so scared of another Meteor they just buried everything . . . It was a terrible design that had all the grace of a fart . . .

The Relentless Moon, by Mary Robinette Kowal, p. 95

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