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PostHeaderIconChildren of the Eighth Day

Children of the Eighth Day
Author/Editor: 
Don Sakers
The Fey vs the Galactic Empire
Pages: 
392
Genre(s): 
Science Fiction
Genre(s): 
LGBT Interest
Series: 
Scattered Worlds
Series Order: 
4.75
Era (SWM only): 
4.750
Reading order: 
3
Paranormal clone geniuses vs the Galactic Empire
One-Paragraph Description: 

Rikk Hoister and his cousins are the pinnacle of human evolution, cloned geniuses with powerful paranormal abilities. Life is good- until ships and soldiers of the Terran Empire invade their homeworld and take most of the Hoister Family captive. Now it's a race across the Galaxy as Rikk and five other Hoister survivors unite in a desperate search for allies. At stake is not only the fate of the Hoisters...but the destiny of the Galaxy.

Long Description: 

Rikk Hoister and his cousins are the pinnacle of human evolution, cloned geniuses with powerful paranormal abilities. Life is good- until ships and soldiers of the Terran Empire invade their homeworld and take most of the Hoister Family captive. Now it's a race across the Galaxy as Rikk and five other Hoister survivors unite in a desperate search for allies. At stake is not only the fate of the Hoisters...but the destiny of the Galaxy.

The Eighth Succession introduced readers to the Hoister Family...Children of the Eighth Day takes the story of this remarkable family to the next level.

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