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   Plutonus Cell: Path to Freedom, The, by Sue Straley  
 
  Novel, first publication in 2008
 
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      In an urgent attempt to save her home planet, Pretoria from being destroyed and turned into a slave colony, the tough and captivating, Sam Gabriels and her friends race against time to rescue her kidnapped father, Aron, and recover a valuable disk containing terrorist activities. After the Provincial Governor was suspiciously murdered, the Alliance became the main suspect of the influx of violence occurring on Pretoria. Robert Michaels, a ruggedly handsome and talented triple agent was approached by Aron to infiltrate the Alliance in order to find evidence of their activities and track down and take out the leader of the Cell. Sam and Robert eventually come together when Robert surrenders the missing disk to Sam's father, Aron for safe keeping. With their combined resources they free Aron, find the evidence to complete their mission and discover the identity of the Cell leader. Sam accidently discovers her hidden talent and uses it to confront the leader of the Cell. Were they able to reach the leader in time? Or is Pretoria doomed to become a slave colony?

     
     
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  • Slavery - Slaves - Servitude
  • Terrorism - Terrorists

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