Among Us (The Stellar Trilogy, Book 1) by Envy McKee

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Author
Envy McKee
Publisher
Arkym Books
Date of release
Pages
258
ISBN
9780615821269
Binding
Paperback
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Rating
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What would you do if one random summer day an angel crossed your walkway? For one young woman, this angel is the very last being on the planet she wants to meet. And for good reason. His presence signals the end of the normalcy she has desperately strived for all her life. Add to that, he delivers a part of her birthright-- a star-shaped light on her forehead. He also brings the beginning of something far more grave—for more than just her. In Book 1 of this magnanimous trilogy, we meet Kai. She isn’t really from here. She thinks she is, but she’s actually a part of an intricately planned recognizance mission to retrieve her father and return him to their people. The thing is, thanks to her abusive surrogates and an anger plague ravaging the Earth, Kai doesn’t remember a thing about her mission. But she has to. The fate of the Earth depends on it. To help her “remembering process” along, she and her young daughter are abducted and held hostage in ‘The Eden’, where she meets a host of colorful characters… and learns that she, her daughter and a yet to be conceived son are vital components to winning ‘The Great War’ that is already underway on Earth. Things only get more complicated when “Oshharu Mairahu Nura Osho” keeps coming up—which turns out to be a vital clue about her heritage—plus, she falls in love with an Elder, discovers the horrifying truth about her biological parents and then has to come to grips with the real reason she and The Stellar are Among Us…


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