here that Poul Anderson's The Broken Sword could and maybe should have had a sequel. Might the same be said of his Operation Chaos (New York, 1995)? I know that Operation Chaos does have a sequel, Operation Luna. However, the text of Operation Chaos hints at future events that, I think, do not happen in either of the existing Operation... books.
Steve Matuchek broadcasts to other "...time streams..." (p. 1) even though such alternative timelines remain hypothetical as yet. He says that "...parallel worlds..." (p. 2), if they exist, must:
be fundamentally linked;
derive from a common source;
be embedded in the same matrix;
have a common destiny;
be diverse battlegrounds for "...the war of Law and Chaos..." (p. 2) which "...is older than creation...." (p. 3)
Having "...learned certain things...," Matuchek's people "...ought to broadcast the lesson and the warning." (p. 2)
What things, lesson and warning? Whatever they are, they sound urgent:
"Better too much information than too little. This is more than vital to you." (p. 3)
Why is the information vital to other universes?
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