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Rebecca Nairn, a tall dark-haired, hazel-eyed woman of about thirty, perhaps looked an unlikely person to offer a solution to what was becoming an increasingly vexatious challenge for the people of the world. Yet her air of quiet confidence and authority, as she took possession of the podium, had an electrifying effect on the gathered Representatives and press. It helped that she was strikingly attractive; the sort of woman who other women wanted to be - and men wanted to be with. Even her hair, swept back in a severe pony tail, did nothing to hide her beauty; perhaps it even enhanced it, although nothing could have been further from the thoughts of this serious minded academic …
Dr Nairn and a group of friends have a plan to take humanity beyond the confines of the solar system for the first time. But they will face an array of opponents, many of whom are not constrained by the rules that normally apply to civilised people. Ozymandias is the story of their quest to build a new, more equitable, society far from the malign influences of big business and politicians.