A Closed and Common Orbit

Book • 2016 • Sci-Fi  Report
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Animals die, but they are killed for food; they're not characters, and they're not anyone's pet.
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Dogs die, but they are wild dogs that are killed for food in the absence of other options. They're not characters, and they're not anyone's pet.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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Does a cat die?
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Are there bugs?
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A friendly pet robot spider is mentioned in one line.
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There is drinking and partying, but not alcoholism
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Does a kid die?
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No, but a parent is essentially kidnapped for years
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No one vomits, but concern about someone vomiting is mentioned multiple times
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If an AI struggling deeply with living in a body instead of a spaceship counts as body dysmorphia for you, then yes.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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In a Sci-Fi-y way, yes. In a way that feels related to current-day life, no. And the narrative condemns the Sci-Fi-y ablism.
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Someone is threatened with a gun, but the gun is never fired.
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