In writing these stories I had R. A. Heinlein in mind with the intention of honouring him and not copying him, something I could never do. I have read ‘Time Enough for Love’, and ‘Stranger in a Strange Land’. He once said: ‘A person should not be treated differently just because he or she is different’. I believe the same, be it race, religion or gender.
Thank you, Robert.
In a rapidly expanding Empire, where longevity was the norm through gene manipulation, backed up by cloned body and organ transplants, it was a place where nobody went hungry.
There was no actual Emperor, only a society of wealthy, privileged families who governed this vast empire through The Laws of Privilege.
This meant - amongst other things - that everyone had the right to new organs and body parts, but some “rights” were different to others.
The highly-privileged and all empire employees received transplants on demand, the lesser-privileged after a certain age, depending on the privilege level - others had to pay, sometimes with their lives, literally speaking.
A vast army of Imperial Enforcers upheld the law and
enforced it remorselessly, with honesty and diligence. They meted out justice with total indifference while following dutifully the letter of the law.
The Laws of Privilege Series
Publication date: 23/05/2021
In a rapidly expanding Empire, where longevity was the norm through gene manipulation, it was a place where nobody went hungry. There was no actual Emperor, only a society of wealthy, privileged families who
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