Resurrection (The Alterran Legacy Series #3)

Resurrection The Alterran Legacy Series Chaos had been wrought by the short cycles of the Universe s timewave and those cycles were spiraling toward an ever quickening ending In its wake Alterra s surface has been reduced to a barren wast

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  • Title: Resurrection (The Alterran Legacy Series #3)
  • Author: Regina M. Joseph
  • ISBN: 9781484817186
  • Page: 462
  • Format: Paperback
  • Chaos had been wrought by the short cycles of the Universe s timewave, and those cycles were spiraling toward an ever quickening ending In its wake, Alterra s surface has been reduced to a barren wasteland Earth has been devastated by a comet With Alterra no longer a utopian garden, it falls upon Anu to lead Sinister forces confront him at every turn Can he defeat hisChaos had been wrought by the short cycles of the Universe s timewave, and those cycles were spiraling toward an ever quickening ending In its wake, Alterra s surface has been reduced to a barren wasteland Earth has been devastated by a comet With Alterra no longer a utopian garden, it falls upon Anu to lead Sinister forces confront him at every turn Can he defeat his enemies and reinvigorate his people to ensure their survival Anu s most trusted ally, his son En.Lil, faltered on Earth and must now prove his worthiness to serve as Alterra s future leader Supreme Leader Ama demands it, and he won t forgive En.Lil is torn There must be a deep meaning to his suffering, some vital task left undone Earth is the key to their survival, and he must discover the entrance to the spirit world and learn its meaning The lives of his Earthling son and the families who followed him to Khamlok depend on it Don t betray them You can take it advice of the ancient Anunnaki Wise One Would he

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    1. This series keeps getting better and better - and there's so much research behind all the action. Aliens, whose own planet is dying, helping primitive Earth people to advance culturally and technologically save both of their peoples. From the subsurface, evacuated residents of Alterra to those left behind on Earth, this book caught me from the beginning. I admit I took a dislike to the autocratic Lil in Khamlok (Book 2), but he definitely made up for it in this book. Oh, and not just to me, eith [...]

    2. Having read the first two books in this brilliant series I wasn't going to let the opportunity to read Resurrection pass me by. I really can't praise this series enough. From storytelling to research it is simply excellent and I would hesitate to recommend it.

    3. Third Book in the Alterran Legacy SeriesIn Colony Earth, the first installment of the Alterran Legacy Series, the resiliency of beings and their ability to adapt to any living conditions are explored. In Khamlok, Lil continued to develop his leadership abilities as factions were forced to work together. The colony, a new small-scale civilization, served as a melting pot for different cultures. Now, the tale continues with Resurrection. Lil takes an action which carries far-reaching ramifications [...]

    4. This is the third book in the series, and although I haven’t read the first two, I was still able to enjoy this story. Now that I’ve read this one, I need to go back and read the first two.This book is very intriguing. Even though I don’t normally read sci-fi, I really enjoyed this one. The author was able to show different views on things and that’s absolutely fascinating to me. Miss Regina Joseph has done her research and uses her imagination to create this amazing story. Honestly, man [...]

    5. It's easy to take the quality of writing in this series for granted but the research and reference to historical findings always amazes me. This is a wonderful series that could genuinely be called an 'epic' It is far ranging and imaginative and like the best SF books it gets you thinking about possibilities.

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