|User Summary:||To prevent an interplanetary war, you must retrieve a treaty lost in space centuries ago.|
As noted by Demian, there is significant continuity in this book with almost the entire series, as at one point you wander through a museum featuring all of your past missions. The attempts to tell a story of peace and harmony among the homicidal life-or-death riddles is certainly brave. The final revelation in the book sits pretty uncomfortably with the fact that you were nearly killed on numerous occasions.
This book refers back to almost all of the previous books in the series; it's a direct sequel to Robot World and it draws characters from various other stories. Apart from this it is fairly unexceptional.
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