Saturna's quest
Nichelle Nichols
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This edition was published in by Planet X Pub

Written in English

275 pages

Having discovered her father is Tetrok, the newly crowned Ruler of Planet Fazis, Saturna sets out to meet the Earthian woman, Dr. Nyota Domonique, now Governor of Mars, who is about to learn she is Saturna’s mother. Recovering from this news, Nyota, with an official invitation from Earth, takes Saturna and her ever present loveable "familiars," Catlyke and Mushii, on a grand tour of the beautiful Blue Planet. Saturna captures the hearts of everyone as she travels Earth and the Moon Colony, Selenopolis, and the reader is given a futuristic glimpse into the marvels of the 22nd century. However, the dreaded secret surrounding Saturna’s birth, which violated the laws of Fazis and Earth, hangs ominously over the lives of her and her parents like a dark cloud. The story is replete with subplots, the most unique being a growing relationship between Saturna and the powerful Isidros, leader of the Gregonian Empire located in the far reaches of the Galaxy. Through Imagination Communication, a highly advanced and sophisticated form of out-of-body time travel, they have developed and guarded their secret relationship for years. Meanwhile, Valton, Tetrok’s cousin and archenemy, uncovers the secret of Saturna’s birth. His devious scheme of exposure threatens to initiate interplanetary conflict, while destroying Tetrok once and for all, and ensuring his own ascension to the Rulership of Fazis at last.

With her co-author, Jim Meechan, Nichols has created a gripping saga of adventurous intrigue and engagingly memorable characters. "Saturna’s Quest," with an even more unique and dramatic cliffhanger ending than "Saturn’s Child," will once again leave the reader asking the question……"When is the sequel coming?!!"

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Having discovered her father is Tetrok, the newly crowned Ruler of Planet Fazis, Saturna sets out to meet the Earthian woman, Dr. Nyota Domonique, now Governor of Mars, who is about to learn she is Saturna’s mother. Recovering from this news, Nyota, with an official invitation from Earth, takes Saturna and her ever present loveable "familiars," Catlyke and Mushii, on a grand tour of the beautiful Blue Planet. Saturna captures the hearts of everyone as she travels Earth and the Moon Colony, Selenopolis, and the reader is given a futuristic glimpse into the marvels of the 22nd century. However, the dreaded secret surrounding Saturna’s birth, which violated the laws of Fazis and Earth, hangs ominously over the lives of her and her parents like a dark cloud. The story is replete with subplots, the most unique being a growing relationship between Saturna and the powerful Isidros, leader of the Gregonian Empire located in the far reaches of the Galaxy. Through Imagination Communication, a highly advanced and sophisticated form of out-of-body time travel, they have developed and guarded their secret relationship for years. Meanwhile, Valton, Tetrok’s cousin and archenemy, uncovers the secret of Saturna’s birth. His devious scheme of exposure threatens to initiate interplanetary conflict, while destroying Tetrok once and for all, and ensuring his own ascension to the Rulership of Fazis at last.

With her co-author, Jim Meechan, Nichols has created a gripping saga of adventurous intrigue and engagingly memorable characters. "Saturna’s Quest," with an even more unique and dramatic cliffhanger ending than "Saturn’s Child," will once again leave the reader asking the question……"When is the sequel coming?!!"

Saturna's quest

This edition was published in by Planet X Pub


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Open Library
OL11783825M
ISBN 10
0971915407
ISBN 13
9780971915404
OCLC/WorldCat
52802995
Library Thing
5295518
Goodreads
1452424

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