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The Marauders of Sazile
Robin Mayfield doesn't know why the Hocalie choose her. She packs her bags and gleefully boards their spaceship.

Soon Robin is in the middle of a fight over the ownership of a world. If she, and her friends are to get out of this alive, she has to perfect her newly discovered telepathic skills or the Marauders might just kill everyone. Can Robin end this conflict and return a sacred world to its rightful owners, or will the creatures of Sazile continue to suffer?

The standard edition is in black and white, but the deluxe edition is in full color. However, the printing costs for color are higher, so the price of the deluxe edition is higher.

I'm Robin, and this is the story of my first great adventure.

Shortly after I graduated from UCLA, aliens came to Earth. After a worldwide search, they picked one person to travel with them - me. The governments were pissed, but I was so excited. When we were in space, and it was too late to turn back, they told me why the chose me. They said I was the only one who stop an intragalactic war.

Me!              Stop a war?

All I can do is draw pictures.
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The League of Free Cadorie
Lannes peered over the edge of a glacial cirque into the depths of the Kenned Valley. There, hidden from most people on his world, furless creatures had built a mine. Beings who travel in space and fly through the sky. Why did they invade his world? There hadn't been a war on Hocalie for over a thousand years. No one knew how to build flying machines.

If Kilen Seddry had had his way, he would have left this world as soon as he discovered the locals. But he was nearly out of supplies. It was stop here, or go home empty-handed. The crew would have mutinied had he tried to leave. Everyone agreed. The fuzzy, little locals are far too primitive to cause any problems.

Everyone except Carikana. She warned him about the locals. She warned everyone, but no one listened.
Escape From the Kenned Valley
Kaylee grew up in the Kenned Valley, where the huge, furless Langons controlled every aspect of her life. All her dreams of independence ended when they ordered her to marry Ralaf. If she married Ralaf and had children, she could live on a farm. Refuse, and the Langon overlords would send her to work in the mine. She hated Ralaf. He loved Langons.

The glacially-cut, steep, vertical cliffs of the Kenned Valley made escape nearly impossible. Even the Langons had no way to get a vehicle out of the valley. They flew up to their spaceships and the orbiting shipyard, maybe all over the world.

When she heard about Freedom Hold, where Cadorie live free, she just had to know if it was real. If it was real, maybe she could find it.

But asking the wrong question could be fatal.