Legacy: Episode I: The Search For Love by Robert Maxxim

Legacy: Episode I: The Search For Love

byRobert Maxxim

Kobo ebook | June 24, 2014

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A novel 30 years in the making, "Legacy" is a story, set in the future, of mankinds previous sojourns through this and countless other worlds, as experienced by the author. It describes one man's incredible journey through several lifetimes as far back as a million years, his blunders and triumphs, and the many worlds and places where these experiences took place. The book also highlights advanced scientific and spiritual concepts, written in lyrical, romantic prose. But most of all, it is a powerful love story deeply rooted in his unquenchable, desperate search through the vastness of space and time for his one; his soul mate. In Episode I, the main character, a geologist on Mars, stumbles upon benign underground Martian civilizations and establishes a close relationship with a Martian woman who, unbeknown to him, is his long lost one. Theirs is love at first sight, yet kept secret from each other. Martians, and envoys from other worlds, offer to teach Earth the true science of life, but wicked parties hastily draw plans to deceive and exploit aliens. He holds true to his alien friends and his one, in spite of endless guile. Lifestyles change, weapons vanish, and love fosters on Earth under alien guidance. But his heart must also change by facing horrible deeds he committed in past lives he now ignores. Of these, none compare in iniquity to his role as The Destroyer; a cosmic oppressor that terrorized the galaxy in the name of an evil space Alliance based in Orion.

Title:Legacy: Episode I: The Search For LoveFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:June 24, 2014Publisher:Xlibris USLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1499038550

ISBN - 13:9781499038552

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