A Home Among The Stars

A Home Among The Stars

by James Catlin


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A Home Among The Stars – Trials of the Elected is an epic journey of discovery by one young man, Jared, who suddenly finds himself thrust into an alien civilization struggling to redefine itself in the aftermath of political meltdown. This once huge empire of 327 inhabited worlds has been fractured and weakened. He encounters others not unlike himself, yet rich in unique traditions and strange customs.

There is a purpose in all things that transpire in the universe. Like most of those who dwell in this infinite and diverse galaxy, Jared is quite unaware of the greater scheme that permeates the cosmos. The conflict between good and evil is universal and extends beyond the very boundaries of existence and time.

Without warning or explanation Jared is ripped from the familiar into a situation where he must survive on his own long enough to discover both himself and answers to many questions. Answers that can only be found after he has endured the “Trials Of The Elected”.

It has been said that as mortals our birth is not the beginning, nor is our death an end. Follow Jared through space and across amazing worlds where he makes new friends and dangerous enemies. Share the quest as he starts to piece together the puzzle that has plagued the mind of every sentient being ever conceived. “Is this all I am?”

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781420860597
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Publication date: 03/17/2006
Pages: 692
Product dimensions: 1.52(w) x 6.00(h) x 9.00(d)

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A Home Among The Stars 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Bibliophiliac More than 1 year ago
A great book. Starts a little slow for me, because he's alone on a barren rock of an abandoned space station, and has to figure out how to get off of it; and I thrive on interaction with other characters; but once he starts discovering the new world he's suddenly exposed to and interacting with people it picks right up and becomes a really fun read. Very interesting, too. Really makes you ask questions about the way a civilazation's social behavior, prejudices, and traditions form.