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Wings of the Guiding Suns

M. Pax

Publisher: M. Pax

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What do aliens think of us? First contact told from the aliens' point of view. 
Wings of the Guiding Suns 
Sita is born to be the emissary between dragonkind and a world on the verge of doom. If she saves the people about to become extinct, she will join her fellow dragons sailing on the solar strands. If she fails, her life will end the moment the dying world does. The choice is simple: leave and live. Yet, the people resist and time is running out. 
Aftermath 
Noret’s world is destroyed by an attack on the moon. It sends the city tumbling and kills thousands. Among the dead is her bonded, whom she cannot survive without. Her kind has never known violence, but an act of war must be answered. What will be her reply?

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