Eclipsia (Paperback)
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Eclipsia (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 11/10/2008
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Eclipsia, a Science Fiction Fantasy novel, immerses readers into an epic adventure in the aftermath of an environmental cataclysm and take over. Mystery, suspense, strange locales, rich personalities, humor, and an underlying sense of relevance keep the reader hooked. Eclipsia draws inspiration from the classics to satisfy avid Science Fiction fans. With fresh settings, unrelenting plot twists, unforgettable aliens, and a great deal of entertainment value, it will surely captivate. For four thousand millennia, under the greedy oppression of the Lam Warons, the Setiacotions have been held in cruel captivity. From out of their confines, Axreal and Jerish make a fantastic escape to all that remains of their world. They set out hoping to survive and along their journey they discover themselves, what it is to have a heart, and they learn that it is not enough to want better just for yourself. Dignity must be returned for all.

Publisher: Robert P. Brito
ISBN: 9780615255132
Weight: 392 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 15 mm

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