League of Free Cadorie

If the aliens had stayed in the valley, they might have been safe. But they didn't. They assumed the locals were too primitive to be a problem.
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This book is an example of how a good science fiction book should be. The setting is marvelous and the characters are well developed, diverse, and can 'think on their own' by letting the story tell itself. The wording is very carefully crafted and the background is developed just enough to avoid being wordy, but also gives the reader enough to be versed in the world's lore. Honestly, I couldn't put it down since I bought it. Great job!!

-- Barbara Erdely
Book Description:

Shooting stars don’t land. They’re meteors, bits of rock that burn up in the atmosphere. The meteors Lannes saw landed in the Kenned Valley and flew up into the stars. They weren’t meteors at all. They were alien spacecraft. Until he peeked over the edge of the valley, Lannes had never seen a machine that could fly or people without fur.

If the aliens had stayed in the valley, they might have been safe. But they didn’t. They assumed the locals were too primitive to be a problem.

They were wrong

Groomed from birth to be a famous singer, Kefan’s true genius lies elsewhere. Raised as a farm boy, Lannes never expected to discover invaders from space. Lenea joins her boyfriend, Kefan, and brother, Lannes, to stop the aliens from destroying her world, and becomes a hero in her own right.

Romana Drew (Author)
I live in California with my husband, and raise baby squirrels for a wildlife care center. I could go into detail about my background and education, but that is rather boring. Let me say that I am quiet, love the outdoors, and never have enough time to do all the things I want to do.
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