Sequel to <b><a href="https://www.booksie.com/posting/oleg-roschin/of-dogs-and-men-442490">Of Dogs and Men</a></b>, and <b><a href="https://www.booksie.com/posting/oleg-roschin/forward-to-the-past-442553">Forward to the Past</a></b>
<i>Sentient dogs, time travel, and medieval Inquisition meet in this homage to Dostoevsky's most famous chapter</i>
Sequel to <b><a href="https://www.booksie.com/posting/oleg-roschin/scarlet-beast-442564">Scarlet Beast</a></b> and <b><a href="https://www.booksie.com/posting/oleg-roschin/the-fallout-442540">The Fallout</a></b>
<i>A little girl finds herself in a strange world where she becomes a toy and dreams about even stranger things...</i>
Roma, a planet locked in the dark ages and build on the backs of the beaten and oppressed and ruled over by a brutal emperor. Her people ignorant of their place in the universe, their only hint of the large galaxy around them being the countless slaves brought from far off places only to join them in their suffering. Here freedom is a hope most believe to be unobtainable but, what happens when warriors from the sky decide to dethrone the so called God Emperor of Roma.
Ambassador Andrew Scott has been sent by the United Nations Star Fleet to the planet Lakrasia, which is inhabited by a race of giant marsupial people. A young teenage marsupial girl carries him around in her pouch as they hang out with her big sister and friends for the day in the city and at the beachside castle and arena.
Humanity's galactic superiority was challenged when the Coalition discovered the Bastions. When victory began drifting ever farther from their grasps, Coalition forces built a wall to protect their colony. It was meant to keep everything out. But what happens when someone attempts to exit?
This is a story about a prince whose family died in the hands of Vulcar, a power-hungry emperor of the Six-Stars System in the Andromeda Galaxy. Challenges and people he meets prepares him to get back what is rightfully his: his throne as the ruler of the Aurora Constellation.