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“Jack McDevitt's short story "Indomitable" follows a boy and his father as they tour a space museum in a future Calgary.”
“Indomitable" by Jack McDevitt is a very short story that almost perfectly distills an important aspect of the psyche.”
“He talks about a lot of stuff including why he decided to come back to the character of Jair Ohmsford from Wishsong: I’d done a short story called 'Indomitable' a few years back for a Legends collection, and it was an attempt to pick up on what happened with Jair Ohmsford, who was one of the two main characters in Wishsong of Shannara.”
“There was still one battleship in service, the Vanguard, a turreted shape I can just remember seeing through a North Sea mist, but the biggest surprise was the number of aircraft carriers: Ark Royal, Eagle, Indomitable, Illustrious, Implacable, Indefatigable, Formidable … their bulldog names went on over two pages.”
“Indomitable Lion: Wells Tower, freshly anointed as one of the NYer's 20 Under 40, also took the New York Public Library's Young Lions prize for 2010 (for fiction by a writer under 35) for the completely fabulous story collection, Everything Ravaged, Everything Burned, topping fellow 20/40 members C.E. Morgan and Philipp Meyer, as well as Jedediah Berry and Katie Kitamura.”
“As the yacht passed along the hull of the Indomitable, I could see a gaping hole where the propulsion section used to be.”
“I managed to snag the pod cleanly and towed it toward the escaping forward end of the Indomitable.”
“The maneuvering thrusters of the main portion of the Indomitable fired, and it began to move forward.”
“Indomitable, never resting, fighting for seconds and minutes all week, circumventing delays and crushing down obstacles,”
“Against a backdrop of divisive dressing-room cliques – Eto'o was the head of one faction – weak managerial leadership from Paul Le Guen and even political interference from back home, the Indomitable Lions lost all three of their group ties to exit with a whimper.”
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