All My Sins Remembered

by Joe Haldeman

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Otto McGavin is peaceful and idealistic by nature, an Anglo-Buddhist, who seeks employment with the Confederación because he believes in it and its mission to protect the rights of humans and nonhumans. The only problem is that the Confederación needs him as a Prime Operator for its secret service, the TBII, and the TBII wants Otto as a spy, a thief and an assassin.

It's not, of course, a problem for the Confederación, which simply uses immersion therapy and hypnosis for Otto's training, and then sends him out in deep cover on a variety of dangerous missions on a number of bizarre worlds.

But for Otto, it's a different matter: what he has to witness and what he is forced to do take a terrible toll on him . . .



  1. willowroolz
    I enjoyed this a lot, although it is quite difficult to get a handle on Otto as a character as he is nearly always under cover and posing as someone else. The ideas are handled really well, though, and you can see Haldeman's experiences in Vietnam coming through. The formatting on Kindle is very good, and there are very few spelling mistakes. Thumbs up.

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