A new force has awakened in the galaxy.
Thalia has defeated the Justines, the Krepyons, and the Sisterhood. After claiming his Earth son Lorenz, the Maca of Don returns to Earth for a family reunion. But the planet has changed: it's the 1970's, and one of their family members is trying to dismantle their business and take it public. Another has killed four men, and the doctors are beginning to suspect that there's something strange about the MacDonald family.
Meanwhile, the newer members of the MacDonald and Rolfe clans are unaware of their alien heritage and abilities, and General MacDonald is carrying a heavy secret of other alien beings. The Maca of Don and Lorenz soon learn that there is a new presence in the galaxy - one bent on conquest and destruction.
Thalia and Earth is the fifth book in Mari Collier's science fiction saga, Chronicles of the Maca.
Strong sales - first book in series is a bestseller.
Lamar left Llewellyn’s office with a frown on his face. A quarrel had erupted and he had been ordered to nay speak those words again. He hurried down to the Ops Room where Beatrice, his wife, was working. He was relieved to see she was standing up as though getting ready to leave.
“Can ye walk a bit with me ere ye return to whatever it tis ye do here?”
Beatrice looked her counselor. His hair was almost white and his brown eyes were filled with puzzlement. His right arm that had been destroyed by the Justines, hung loose from his shoulder. He was fine when he plied his Warrior’s trade, but as someone confined to the ground, Lamar was not the most proficient being when dealing with others. He, like herself, had kept his Warrior’s body and except for the right arm most of his muscle power. She couldn’t fault him the white hair, but it was worrisome.
“Of course, I can, Lamar, as I was about to leave for lunch. Andrew and Linan have their tracking set in such a way that I rarely have enough to keep me busy. I’m hoping things improve as much as Llewellyn predicts and others are trained to do this work. Then I can spend more time at the Warriors and Flight Academy.”
They walked outside. Lamar was tight-lipped and glancing back and forth. Once they were outside in the walled section of compound, Beatrice turned.
Already translated. Translated by Lidia Folgar