Return to Planet Wolf. The Community’s mission to extinguish freedom everywhere in the galaxy is relentless. Despite recent defeats and setbacks its leaders have a plan to turn the tables on the rebellious Dragon Wulf. At the very centre of their plan is Rybak. The Vada, the Lindars and the Kohorts must go back to save the people they left behind, no matter what the cost.
“For and by the Honour of the Vada, we do solemnly swear that we will support and defend the weak, the defenceless and the innocent against all enemies, alien, foreign and domestic and from all those that enslave and exploit; that we will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; and that we will obey the orders of the Susycs, Susas, Ryzckas and Vadryzkas appointed over us, according to regulations. So help me the Lai, the Sbnai, the Dglai, the Rai and the Brai.”
“I wonder what it is about the Fifteenth Ryzck. We always seem to get these jobs.”
“You’re just lucky I guess,” laughed Douglas.
“Ryzcka Jim and Avdrya of the Fifteenth Ryzck,” he introduced himself with a grin. “It’s good to see you again My Lord.”
Although she had met some Lind … the experience hadn’t prepared Taryn for this moment. His pelt was a mixture of variegated browns and pinks. His brown eyes resembled hypnotic, luminous balls and they were drawing her in.
At last the vadeln-pairs reached the top of the ridge and plunged into the enemy.
Malkum fired his firearm twice but then an enemy soldier rammed him with the butt of a laser rifle and he dropped it. He pulled out his sword. It slithered from the sheath like an angel of death.
About the Author
Candy lives in Ayrshire, Scotland with her dog and two ten year old cats who still think they are kittens. She has been a fan of fantasy fiction (and sci-fi as long as it isn't too technical) since her first year at university when a friend introduced her to talking dragons. She started to write on Christmas Day 2003 when she sat down and planned out her first book which (after many revisions) became the first book in the Planet Wolf Series, Wolves and War. Candy works in accountancy, scribbles words in amongst the figures and carries a notebook everywhere she goes (in which she writes down ideas and stories). She has been known to drive off the motorway, park the car in the first available safe spot and write for an hour or more. Candy writes her books in British English. Originally a language of mainland Europe, through the centuries it evolved in England and Southern Scotland before spreading around the world. Added to the basic standards, many national versions are recognised, including American English and British English, which have some grammatical differences and a number of spelling differences.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A 350 page sci-fi book and the continuation of Planet Wolf after meeting with the rebels of the Community. The community has found the location of the Wolf Planet homeworld, Rybek from Community spies. Will the rebels and the Wolf confederates be able to assemble enough ships with the Alcub drive in time to rescue the families of their homeworld? The race is on! High adventure, spying, murder, betrayal, battles, romance, joy, and partnerships in adversity. Please be aware that some duplication and explanations are given from previous books in series. There are also typos and misrepresented words, and mixed and duplicated sentences. A Glossary of characters and definitions is provided.