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Science Fiction and Fantasy for Children 7+, Teens, Young Adults and all those who enjoy space adventures.
Some call them extraterrestrials, others call them Gods.
This is their story.
Sir Henry Johnston finds out that the cadets did not only encounter enemies of Annur’s Empire during this, the Second Expedition, but that they also had to confront the evil remnants of a so called “parallel civilization.” He also finds out that the acquisition of powers does not cease; it actually increases. Now the cadets and some of their companions can produce ugly skin diseases on themselves or on their enemies, by just wishing it! They can levitate, and also produce diamonds and other gems by simply squeezing regular stones with their bare hands. They really like this last power, but seldom use it. They can also transform themselves into anything they want, including water, air, vapor, dust or any kind of plant or animal.
They continue to encounter many mysteries. Gab and Alph may not be who they claim to be, and there’s a host of unresolved issues in a hidden structure that belonged to Bert Nostcal, a dear friend of Emperor Annur’s, who unfortunately disappeared eons ago. Another big mystery is, ‘Who exactly are the Imperial Envoys, Imperial Interceptors, Kingdom Hawks and Kingdom Legionnaires?’
“You know something Yah; you are not telling me the whole story. I know you are not. Please, tell me who these stranded forces were,” continued d’Nor.
“They said they belonged to the… Herptilian civilization…”
Yah was interrupted by d’Nor who, raising her voice, asked, “Members of the Herptilian civilization requested YOUR help?!”
“Well, they said one of their spaceships was practically stranded due to a faulty valve. This woman, Erlakee, asked for one valve and I decided to give it to them, so they could continue on their way,” answered Yah.
“Tell me why one of our valves would fit their spaceships,” persisted d’Nor.
“That’s what I said too, but she informed me that they had stolen our specifications and that the valve would fit,” answered Yah.
“My dear Yah,” continued d’Nor with a softer tone, “they have stolen a valve from you. The Herptiles ‘pretended’ to be stranded to get you to hand over an incredible piece of engineering without having to fire a single shot for it. Those valves cost thousands of Gold Comets and all you’ve got for the valve is a couple of fake knives, sixty steaks, and a pin which may be the only thing of real value you got from this woman; what was her name?”
“Erlakee,” answered Yah.