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What is desirable is not always necessary, while that which is necessary
may be most undesirable. Perhaps the measure of a man is the ability to tell
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Alfred Pendray pushed himself along the corridor of the battleship Shane,
holding the flashlight in one hand and using the other hand and his good
leg to guide and propel himself by. The beam of the torch reflected queerly
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from the pastel green walls of the corridor, giving him the uneasy sensation
that he was swimming underwater instead of moving through the blasted
hulk of a battleship, a thousand light-years from home.
He came to the turn in the corridor, and tried to move to the right, but his
momentum was greater than he had thought, and he had to grab the corner
of the wall to keep from going on by. That swung him around, and his
sprained ankle slammed agonizingly against the other side of the
Pendray clenched his teeth and kept going. But as he moved down the side
passage, he went more slowly, so that the friction of his palm against the
wall could be used as a brake.
He wasn't used to maneuvering without gravity; he'd been taught it in
Cadets, of course, but that was years ago and parsecs away. When the
pseudograv generators had gone out, he'd retched all over the place, but
now his stomach was empty, and the nausea had gone.
He had automatically oriented himself in the corridors so that the doors of
the various compartments were to his left and right, with the ceiling
'above' and the deck 'below.' Otherwise, he might have lost his sense of
direction completely in the complex maze of the interstellar battleship.
Or, he corrected himself, what's left of a battleship.
And what was left? Just Al Pendray and less than half of the once-mighty
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