Aliens, called Hocalie, come to Earth, cute, furry, and apparently harmless. They didn't even bring weapons. They say they're searching for one person to represent Earth at the Intergalactic Trade Center on Rosat. The right person.

Thousands of people apply. Earth's governments vie to get their representatives picked. The Hocalie listen to all the suggestions. Then they choose Robin Mayfield, a young artist. Only after they are in space, and it is too late to turn back, do they tell Robin why they picked her. The Hocalie believe that only she can stop an intragalactic war. But they won't tell her how she is supposed to do that.

No one knows who the Marauders are or why they're attacking different worlds. They appear out of nowhere to attack then disappear just as fast. They never make any effort to communicate and never respond to any form of communication.

The Marauders of Sazile is a fast-paced space adventure. The Hocalie are ever so gentle, but clever enough to hold their own against even the worst enemy. The Langons are technologically advanced but arrogant, self-centered, and domineering. The Marauders only want their world back.

Throughout her adventures, Robin keeps a journal. She also draws pictures of the people and places she visits. The Marauders of Sazile is Robin's Journal. Some of her illustrations are included.

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 Mayfield, 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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