The Gate To Futures Past (Reunification #2)

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Second novel in the hard sci-fi Reunification series, The Gate to Futures Past continues the Clan Chronicles, perfect for space opera readers looking for unique aliens and interstellar civilizations.

Betrayed and attacked, the Clan fled the Trade Pact for Cersi, believing that world their long-lost home. With them went a lone alien, the Human named Jason Morgan, Chosen of their leader, Sira di Sarc. Tragically, their arrival upset the Balance between Cersi’s three sentient species. And so the Clan, with their newfound kin, must flee again.

Their starship, powered by the M’hir, follows a course set long ago, for Clan abilities came from an experiment their ancestors—the Hoveny—conducted on themselves. But it’s a perilous journey. The Clan must endure more than cramped conditions and inner turmoil.

Their dead are Calling.

Sira must keep her people from answering, for if they do, they die. Morgan searches the ship for answers, afraid the Hoveny’s tech is beyond his grasp. Their only hope? To reach their destination.

Little do Sira and Morgan realize their destination holds the gravest threat of all....

Book Info

  • Original Title:The Gate To Futures Past (Reunification #2)
  • Author:
  • Rating:7.98 / 10
  • Genre:Science Fiction
  • Language:English
  • ISBN:9780756408701
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  • Publisher:Published September 6th 2016 by DAW

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Acknowledgments


   How about that cover? Matt Stawicki, you are a genius! Thank you. My thanks also to the fine folks at DAW. Josh, you never cease to amaze with your dedication to quality and how you find ways to answer my authorly whims. Sheila, we’ll be down to celebrate.

   Drumroll, please, dear readers. It worked!

   I refer to This Gulf of Time and Stars, my return to the story of Sira and Morgan begun so long ago, I’ve decided to call it “then.” Then, I’d no idea where it would go or that anyone else would read it. Now? Oh now, I do know, and you’ve come along with me. Thank you.

   Especially those who dared be first to blurb, for this was a great deal to ask. Hey, read my novel, it’s about stuff you haven’t seen before or if you have, it was . . . “then!” My heartfelt gratitude to t...

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