The Great Succession Crisis meets science fiction classics by Laurel A. Rockefeller

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Great Succession Crisis: Third Edition (The Peers of Beinan)
Laurel A. Rockefeller

The yenar is BE 6325. Queen Isabelle of house Gurun is only queen for the last five yenars. Isabelle's legal heir, Prince Anwell has abdicated his birth right for reasons that will not become clear for generations. Now her representative petitions the Great Council to change the ancient law prohibiting daughters from inheriting their mother's titles and offices, a law rooted in the distant warrior past on another world (A672E92 Quintus) long destroyed when its star went nova.
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