If the murkier corners of the universe are too nice for you, here's somewhere to visit!
Publisher's blurb: "Before there was a Babylon 5, before the League of Non-Aligned Worlds had a place to bring all their commerce, there was Tirrith Transfer Point Alpha. Years pass, wars are waged, and the station took on a new name - Freedom Station. Although not as popular as other stations, positioned far away from the core of the galactic governments, Freedom Station is a massively popular stopping point for a specific type of space traveller - raiders.
"This huge, slowly spinning cylinder of dense polymers and mass-produced alloys is home to over five thousand permanent residents of Tirrith, Hyach and a multitude of other species. At least, that is what the official census says. That number is roughly ten times too small, and those who commonly visit or stay on Freedom Station know the difference to what the records read and what is really going on.
"This book is a guide to the people and happenings of this controversial space station. It looks at the League's original version of the Babylon Project, how it failed, and where its new residents took it once they settled with the locals. Freedom Station is a powerful reminder that law and justice mean drastically different things depending on where in the galaxy you go, and who really runs the spacelanes away from the policing of the larger governments."
More when I get hold of a copy!
Author: Bryan Steele
Publishers' Reference: MGP3515
Paperback, 128 pages
Date: January 2007
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