Gene Roddenberry's Earth by Sherwood Smith
Final Conflict--Augur's Teacher

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Cecilia Robin--Cece to her friends--is a simple fourth-grade schoolteacher who has fallen in with a splinter group of the Resistance. Never in her life would she have expected to be chosen to assassinate Zo'or, head of the Taelon synod. And never in her life would she actually do it.

Her refusal leads her away from the Resistance and to the protection of Augur, whom she puts in a terrible position. Now he--the ultimate loner, the guy whose credo is "I'm out for nobody but myself"--has to risk his cover, his life, and worst of all, possibly, the loss of some income, to save his favorite teacher from both the Taelons and the Resistance.

Can Augur save Cece without crippling the Resistance and destroying humanity's hope for the future? Maybe, and maybe not. But for sure, he's really going to mess up his social life!

About Sherwood Smith

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Sherwood Smith is the author of a number of science fiction and fantasy novels, including the Wren series for Young Adults, the Exordium novels (with Dave Trowbridge), the recent Atlantis Endgame, a novel of the Time Traders series (with Andre Norton), Solar Queen novels (also with Andre Norton), and many others. She lives south of Los Angeles.
Published August 11, 2001 by Tor Books. 320 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, War. Fiction

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In their flight across the country, Cece and Augur discover that the Taelons are aware of the assassination attempt, awaiting an excuse to expand and make acceptable the implantation of CVIs in college students.

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