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    One year after saving the Neek homeworld and redefining the people’s religion, the crew of the Scarlet Lucidity returns to the Charted Systems for a much-needed break. For Nicholas and Yorden, the Systems will always be home, but for Emn and Atalant, too many memories compound with Emn’s strange new illness to provide much relaxation. 

    Tales From Ardulum continues the journey of Atalant, Emn, Yorden, Nicholas, and Salice as they try to define their place in a galaxy that no longer needs them while battling the artifacts of Ardulan colonization. Other stories include Yorden’s acquisition of the Mercy’s Pledge (and his grudge against the galaxy), Atalant’s exile from her homeworld, Ekimet and Savath’s romance, and many others.

    ©2019 J.S. Fields (P)2020 NineStar Press, LLC

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    • Zaid
    • 15/08/2020

    Love the series

    These novels are so interesting and different. If you’ve read or heard the others then this is like some short stories. If you haven’t then start from the first book. It’s worth the unique experience and it will be like nothing you’ve heard or read before.

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    • Bookby
    • 13/07/2020

    Nice Collection

    This was a nice collection of stories. I advise reading the first three books in the series first though. If you don't you might be a little lost. The stories were all enjoyable with a sci-fi feel. I really liked the character Yorgan. He was both a bit of a hero and anti hero in one. He was a full-featured character though he seemed like a thief.

    The narrator did a good job of differentiating one character from another. The narrator added to the creation of a good story.