A Brief Taste of Cathedrals of Glass

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"It was called the Phetteron, one of a fleet of identical transports that had been in service at least fifty years. A pilotless drone, equipped with none of the comforts of home, it was little more than a subsectioned metal box with an engine... [It] was a wheezing study of insides. It was bare and practical and almost embarrassingly exposed, a place of braces and cables and long, smeared seams made by welding equipment. It made me think of bones and sinews, like I was inside a living thing..."
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