Beneath the Double Suns by M. L. Humphrey

Beneath the Double Suns

byM. L. Humphrey

Kobo ebook | January 8, 2015

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On the fourth planet of a giant yellow sun, situated on the outer arm of a spiral galaxy far away, arose a culture of people that called themselves the Haurembeau. A repressive rule forced a small group of adventurers to flee into the vast unknown. Nearly a generation later, while surveying for new worlds to colonize they rediscovered the ancient adventurers. The new world called itself Lorne and would not submit to rule by the overbearing government of Haurembeau; there would be war instead. A diplomat aboard the survey ship secretly agreed with the people of Lorne and due to the efforts of ‘Lurandor the First', as he’s called now, along with those of his fellows back on Haurembeau, managed to strong arm both governments into a mutual but less than disastrous compromise. With much ceremony a treaty was forged and ratified by both Lorne and Haurembeau. As part of that treaty, a new government would be established on a newly discovered planet situated roughly equidistant between them. The building of Lurandor City would take another generation to complete but contention would still persist between the two adversaries. This is the story of two groups of people who are caught in continual conflict Beneath the Double Suns.

Title:Beneath the Double SunsFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:January 8, 2015Publisher:M. L. HumphreyLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1310338183

ISBN - 13:9781310338182

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