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Earth Prime - The Earth Girl Aftermath Stories #1

Jean Edwards

Publisher: Wallam-Crane Press

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Summary

Earth Prime is the first of two collections of aftermath stories set in the distant future of the Earth Girl trilogy (Earth Girl, Earth Star, and Earth Flight). 
This collection is set immediately after Earth Flight, and focuses on Jarra, Fian, and the other archaeologists before they head to excavate the alien ruins on Fortuna. 
  
Full Contents List:- 
The End, and the New Beginning – Jarra Tell Morrath (Revised collected edition of the serial previously published on the author's website.) 
I Will Be Right Here Waiting – Fian Eklund (Novelette) 
Twenty Seconds in Ark – Dalmora Rostha (Short story) 
Full Circle – Lecturer Dannel Playdon (Novelette) 
Raw Material – Krath Karman (Short story) 
Balance of Power – Amalie Roche (Novelette) 
The Real Jerez Rivera – Jerez Rivera (Novelette) 
Year End 2788 – Lecturer Dannel Playdon (A related short story set eleven months earlier.)

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