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   Hidden Empire, by Kevin J. Anderson  
 
  Novel, first publication in August 2002 , latest edition in August 2003
 
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      In our galaxy's distant future, humans are one of three known intelligent races. Having had the ability to navigate star travel for only a few centuries, we are considered "the new kids on the block" in a long- established universe. The second intelligent race is the Ildirans, who are ruled by their Mage-Imperator; and the third race, the Klikiss, seems to have vanished and left behind a world full of artifacts and remarkable technology, which humans are now beginning to find and utilize. One such piece of technology is a device that has the power to turn a gaseous and useless supergiant planet into a small sun, thereby creating a new solar system in which humans can live. But when the device is tried for the first time, it awakens the wrath of a previously unsuspected fourth race, the Hydrogues-and a galaxy-spanning war that threatens all life begins.

     
     
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  • Saga of Seven Suns, The (#1)

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  • Alien Machines - Alien Artifacts
  • Aliens - Extra-terrestrials
  • Far Futures
  • Galactic Empires, Leagues & Federations
  • Interstellar Travel - FTL (Faster than Light)
  • Terrorism - Terrorists
  • War

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