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The Rolling Stones (novel)

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The Rolling Stones (novel)

    It doesn't seem likely for twins to have the same middle name. Even so, it's clear that Castor and Pollux Stone both have "Trouble" written in that spot on their birth certificates. Of course, anyone who's met their grandmother Hazel would know that they came by it honestly.

Join the Stone twins as they connive, cajole, and bamboozle their way across the Solar System in the company of the most high-spirited and hilarious family in all of science fiction. This light-hearted tale has some of Heinlein's sassiest dialogue (not to mention the famous Flat Cats incident!). Oddly enough, it's also a true example of real family values, for when you're a Stone, your family is your highest priority

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The Rolling Stones by Robert A. Heinlein
I     The Unheavenly Twins

The two brothers stood looking the old wreck over. "Junk," decided Castor.

"Not junk," objected Pollux. "A jalopy -- granted. A heap any way you look at it. A clunker possibly. But not junk."

"You're an optimist, Junior." Both boys were fifteen; Castor was twenty minutes older than his brother.

"I'm a believer, Grandpa -- and you had better be, too. Let me point out that we don't have money enough for anything better. Scared to gun it?"

Castor stared at the side of the ship. "Not at all -- because that thing will never again rise high enough to crash. We want a ship that will take us out to the Asteroids -- right? This superannuated pogo stick wouldnt even take us to Earth."

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