The Sapphiran Agenda: Prequel to the Star Trails Tetralogy

Marcha Fox

Thyron is a flora peda telepathis from the planet, Sapphira. His world is populated by his species of telepathic walking plants as well as a race of cannibalistic pygmies who worship them as gods. Encounters with humans generally don't end well. Face it, humans are omnivorous and plants a popular source of nourishment. Attempt this on Sapphira, however, and the food chain is likely to change rather abruptly. If you've read "Beyond the Hidden Sky" you've already met the Sapphirans as well as Thyron and experienced his botanical wisdom. This short story is a prequel to his adventures in The Star Trails Tetralogy.
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About the author

Marcha Fox is an avid science fiction fan and author with over 20 years experience at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. She earned a Bachelor's Degree in physics which was but a prelude to her interest in the unexplained mysteries of the cosmos. Inspired by science fiction to pursue a career in a technical field, she hopes to instill the same fascination with the world of math and science in her readers. Her Star Trails Tetralogy comprises the saga of a family torn apart by space and time whose sole quest is to be united again, whatever it takes.
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Publisher
Marcha Fox
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Published on
Sep 12, 2015
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Pages
30
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ISBN
9781517330903
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Language
English
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Genres
Young Adult Fiction / Science Fiction / Alien Contact
Young Adult Fiction / Science Fiction / General
Young Adult Fiction / Science Fiction / Space Opera
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