Threats on all sides draw starship captain Jack Merrick, and oids from many planets, into battles against forces that threaten the noble experiment on Tall-ah Earth.
Captain Jack Merrick has rescued the beautiful maiden and the apisoid children from Lucien's Dark Planet, and now a terraformed planet awaits them. On Tall-ah Earth, oids, five generations removed from ancestral Evas and Adamas, form the enclave of Neolithia. The progeny of several planets enjoy peaceful relations, farming the land and tending livestock.
Loud booms warn of terrible mechanical beasts unloosed across the planet. As defenders of the enclave learn to wield powerful streams and walls of light from a master, Torlion, Mad Janey casts spells and broadcasts demons to undermine the quest for peace among the Neolithians.
EVOLVED PUBLISHING PRESENTS a compelling visionary sci-fi tale, with post-apocalyptic elements, to bring the past full circle into the future, in this fourth book in the "New Earth Chronicles" series. [DRM-Free]
BOOKS BY VICTORIA LEHRER:
- The Augur's View (New Earth Chronicles – Book 1)
- The Triskelion (New Earth Chronicles – Book 2)
- On Winged Gossamer (New Earth Chronicles – Book 3)
- Tall-ah Earth (New Earth Chronicles – Book 4)
- The Timeline (New Earth Chronicles – Book 5)
MORE GREAT VISIONARY SCI-FI/FANTASY FROM EVOLVED PUBLISHING:
- "The Daughter of the Sea and the Sky" by David Litwack
- The "Grims' Truth" Series by Isu Yin & Fae Yang
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In seventh grade, Mrs. Trader inspired me both as a writer and a teacher. In her class, I learned I loved to write and that my classmates liked to hear my stories. Her spirited students engaged in dramatic performances, hands-on projects, and lively discussions—nothing like the poor subdued souls across the hall, managed by the teacher with long green eyes. So Mrs. Trader was my model when I started a school and set aside my writing—that is, until it dawned on me that tribes of children have loved learning by listening to stories for thousands of years. So I wrote about a million words that speak to head and heart, which I am still reading to my child listeners. But now I’m writing stories, my second million words, to speak to the heads and hearts of adult readers and listeners, and hoping my classmates will like them.