Review – Shake Your Body
Before 9/11, for a lot of people, their “where were you when you heard?” moment occurred when the Challenger space shuttle exploded.
At the time, I was teaching as a part of getting credit toward my Juris Doctorate. The incident was rattling not only because of the deaths, but also because of Christa McAuliffe‘s connections to New England and teaching. She and I were even born on the same day (albeit 14 years apart).
As the Perfectionists, enemies of the Temporal Integrity Commission, work to assure that the Challenger does not explode, the Varg-i-yeh are coming to attack. Helen Walker and her father escape to the Mirror Universe, where Richard Daniels is not allowed to pursue them. And on Lafa II, Malcolm Reed and his wife, Lili O’Day Beckett Reed, see a mysterious light in the sky, which turns out to be the Walkers, in a stolen time ship, opening up a passageway to the Mirror Universe.
By the time the book is finished, three members of the Temporal Integrity Commission are dead, and the alien enemy is practically on their doorstep.
- Miami Sound Machine’s Conga
- Bananarama’s Venus (sharp-eyed readers will recall that Marisol makes her entrance with Shocking Blue’s version of this song, so this story naturally shows her exit)
- Simply Red’s Holding Back the Years
- Robert Palmer’s Addicted to Love
- The Bangles’ Walk Like an Egyptian
- Pet Shop Boys’ West End Girls
The story is Rated T.
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