EarthKill

EarthKill

by Diane Valterra

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Overview

Two beings from different galaxies meet during devastating circumstances while attempting a rescue effort. Love is forbidden on the new planet, they struggle to change cultural traditions, the battle to survive begins.

Earth was originally designated as a prison planet by a superior race from another galaxy, the Waseakans. The prisoners (humans) were given a second chance at life, monitored by the Waseakans. In the year 3046 Earth was in the throes of final destruction with volcanos erupting, tsunamis, toxic air, violent storms, and polluted ocean waters.

The Waseakans decide to provide another chance for the humans and relocate to the planet Lenora in another galaxy. A fleet of ships from another galaxy are sent to rescue the humans from Earth.

Two unlikely lovers are thrown together by unimaginable circumstances while saving their friends from certain death with gallant and heroic last minute rescue efforts. Exploding debris from Earth's violent demise batters the last ships struggling to leave Earth. The entire planet is ablaze with molten lava, and boiling water as the last ship heads for the wormhole battered with failing systems; Jana and Tosortan make it into Zentorien airspace where ships are standing by to aid the failing vessel.

Romance blooms between Jana, an unchosen human, and Tosortan, the son of the most powerful man on the home planet. Zentorien laws were strict, with harsh penalties.

There are underground organizations attempting to bring change to laws on Zentorien. The young couple become leaders of the Reformist Movement, risking everything.

The rescued humans located on Lenora soon find out their new fate. Some will be re-educated and others will be assigned work on the farms. Lenora is beautiful, plentiful, and full of hope... initially.

EarthKill
EarthKill...Lenora, The Conversion,
EarthKill...The Struggle For Freedom

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781484902219
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/07/2013
Pages: 278
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.58(d)

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