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   Gathering of Angels, A, by David George Richards  
  Novel, first publication in February 2006
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      As the Keruh fight a bloody rearguard action in an attempt to delay the advancing Androktones, Didi, Gusta, Kiki and the other Edenite survivors in Jutlam City at last come under the protection of the Ambassador. But the Ambassador’s representative is large, silver, with a mouth-full of teeth. The drone, El-Quan, is as confused by her charges as they are scared of her, but there are worse dangers ahead. Yan-Jai is the largest drone on Eden and she no longer cares who she kills, friend or foe. In space, Aeolus tries to control the Klysanthian captains now in his “flock.” And the most stubborn of these is Pantariste, Captain of the Queen of Angels. When Lysippe is sent aboard the Prometheus as liaison, Peleus is soon drawn to her, and she in her grief is drawn to him. It is a love that soon burns brightly, but must be short-lived. The Friendly Ambassador is an epic story that mixes science fiction with the legend of Atlantis. Read the first part of the story: The Beginning of the End.

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  • Androktones > Friendly Ambassador, The (#2)

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