By Ann Aguirre
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As a "Jumper" who navigates ships via grimspace, Sirantha Jax is used to kicking ass. So why is she all at once selected as an envoy of peace?
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We’ve only received fragments of meaning, so far. All we know for certain is that they come from a distant source. Thus far, only part of the message has reached us. ’ Cestus turned to regard the stationmaster and in turn the gibbering astropaths. Beneath the protective psy-skin, he could see their wasted bodies, swaddled in ragged robes. He heard the hissing of sibilant non sequiturs. The astropaths drooled spittle as they spoke, their sputum collecting against the inner material of the skin enveloping them.