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The Early Erthe Chronicles, Book 1
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Audio (18.02 hours)
Product Number: Z100117735
Released: Jun 09, 2016
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ISBN: #9781504758543
Narrator/s: Suzan Crowley
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Inspired by the writings of Plato12,000 years in the past...On two primeval sister planets, two magnificent civilizations hurtle towards their cataclysmic destinies. Poseidon and Athens Ra are the two rival brothers who govern them. They possess advanced technos and all-too-human passions.Are they gods or are they men?Level-headed Terresian explorer and scientist Poseidon Ra commands an expedition to Erthe where a routine genetic protocol on the aboriginal population has unexpectedly triggered a staggering leap in human evolution. He quickly realizes that he's traveled 940 million miles across the solar system only to fall in love with a planet and its exceptionally advanced, exquisite native daughter.Sensualist and bad boy Athens Ra has been tasked with governing the mining colony of Mars-a life-sustaining mission crucial to the survival of the home world. The drilling spawns riches beyond imagining and enemies that are the stuff of nightmares.One brother discovers a love that will change the course of history; the other finds monsters, madness, and death.

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Author(s): Robin Maxwell
Series: Early Erthe Chronicles Series No: 1
Original Publish Date: May 31, 2016

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Author(s): Robin Maxwell
Narrator(s): Suzan Crowley
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Released: May 31, 2016
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ISBN: #9781504758505

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"In the first of the Early Erthe Chronicles, the stage is set for the influence of two brothers from an advanced society on two primitive worlds. Narrator Suzan Crowley is an adept storyteller who is engaged with the characters. She captures the development of individual characters and the tone of their dealings with one another as their relationships grow. Her even and steady pace moves the narrative along smoothly. Whether portraying aliens treated as gods, villagers of isolated communities, or children with insatiable curiosity, Crowley's characterizations are believable and multidimensional. She also handles sexual passages with as much ease as ordinary descriptions. J.E.M. © AudioFile 2016, Portland, Maine"

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