The Klindoran War

The Klindoran War

by Eric B. Thomasma
The Klindoran War

The Klindoran War

by Eric B. Thomasma



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Prime is not the only life-supporting planet in the Solenty system. The third planet, Klindor, has a civilization dating back to before the Days of Slowdon, and in those ancient times, a Klindoran astronomer witnessed an event that gave rise to a new religion. The Light Of Jango grew in membership and influence, but when a subsequent event threatened their power, they plunged their society into centuries of war.

After the Days of Slowdon, Prime’s newly formed society grew and prospered—for a time. But when the population started receding without explanation, panic set in. No longer trusted by the people, the governing council was ignored and society fell to chaos. It was a time of darkness and violence, but record keeping gave way to survival, so little is known of those days of sorrow. Eventually, alliances formed and a tolerable coexistence was achieved, but it was a stagnant society, full of fear and suspicion. But one faction worked to restore governance as outlined in the Slowdon Scrolls. Progress was slow, but steady until the unthinkable happened—the Klindorans arrived.
Is their arrival fulfillment of prophesy? A visit from a friendly neighbor? A prelude to invasion? Find out in:
The Klindoran War - Book 5 in the SEAMS16 series.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940154424650
Publisher: Eric B. Thomasma
Publication date: 07/06/2017
Series: SEAMS16
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: eBook
File size: 561 KB

About the Author

Born and raised in West Mitten, USA (Grand Rapids, MI), He still lives in the area in a house he built, (literally), with the help of his wife, Therese, and two sons, Eric Jr. and Nicholas, (and various other friends and relatives). The boys are grown and gone now, although they both live in the area. Eric and Therese have managed to get past the empty nest syndrome and currently only share their home with their dog, Tucker. For more information, visit Eric's website at

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