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Thalia and Earth

Thalia and Earth

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FROM THE AUTHOR:
Thalia and Earth, Book 5 of the Chronicles of the Maca was to be the last book of the series.  It didn’t quite work out that way.  The family and the inhabitants of both planets refused to cooperate. The Sisterhood had not been completely destroyed as the rest of Thalia believed. The Sisterhood tried again to destroy Don and its Maca, Llewellyn.

Years after that issue was settled, the Earth part of the family wanted to return for a visit. The return trip to Earth would be a leisurely visit and consultation with those left to run the corporation. They could offer help and support in the raising of those who possessed the Earth, Justine, and Thalian genes and abilities. Instead they discovered that other visitors from planets unknown had been there. The family mutant children had been ignored or not identified. The latter had created new problems that needed solving. Then there were the members of the family that wanted to dismantle the MacDonald Corporation and ignore the fact that they weren’t really Earth humans.

The trip back revealed that there was another force in the galaxy trying to destroy the Justines and that force had the fire power to take down a Justine spaceship. The response to that threat once again made the novel too long for distribution.

Thalia and Earth introduces new members of the family and follows them as they grow, but it does not end the series. The members of Don’s House continued to expand, but all of Thalia will be shocked when they discover that Daniel, Lad of Don is also a Maca. The fates and lives of the Thalian planet will be resolved in the next one, untitled at present, as the beings have ceased telling me how Thalia survives during a time of peace.

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