DOA’s Cryptogram Puzzle Answer for the June 7th Puzzle

Our puzzle is the first lines of John Scalzi’s Old Man’s War.

I did two things on my seventy-fifth birthday.  I visited my wife’s grave.  Then I joined the army.

W QWQ EUZ EXWOAT ZO IG THJHOEG-PWPEX NWYEXQFG. W JWTWEHQ IG UWPH’T AYFJH. EXHO W RZWOHQ EXH FYIG.

In a future time, you can join the intergalactic army at age 75.  You get a new, young, enhanced body, which you’re obligated to use as a grunt in endless wars with incomprehensible aliens for two years.

Other novels in the series:

The Ghost Brigades

The Last Colony

Zoe’s Tale

The Human Division

The End of All Things

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