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By Al & Joanna Lacy

While sixty two orphans and deserted kids depart manhattan urban on a educate headed out West, they've got no concept what to anticipate. Will they get separated from their buddies or siblings? Will their new households love them? Will a relations even decide them in any respect? destiny occasions are wilder than any of them might think -- starting from kidnappings and whippings to stowing away on wagon trains, from beginning orphanages in their own Read more...


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54 55 Spacers It must be remembered that the Star People did not succumb entirely to the Qu invasions. While their worlds fell away one by one, some Star People took refuge in the void of space. One after another, entire communities scrambled into generation ships and cast themselves off into the darkness, hoping to go unnoticed by the beings that had overrun their galaxy. Desperate times made for desperate measures. As the Star Men had observed during their initial colonization of the galaxy, life in generation ships inevitably lead to mass insanity and anarchy.

At least a dozen worlds sported human-derived flying species of one kind or another. Most resembled the bats or the pterosaurs of the bygone past, dancing through the aether like angels. ) There were a few bizarre kinds relied on swollen gas glands for floatation as well. Sadly, most of these creatures were already too specialized to be anything but flyers. They had forsaken their humanity for the conquest of the sky; they had little potential for further radiation beyond their limited roles. The only exception proved out to be a monkey-like species that flew on wing membranes stretched across the last two fingers.

Sooner or later, human intelligence returned to the cosmos. But except from their shared ancestry, these new people had nothing in common with “people” of today, or even each other. 60 Extinction Not all human animals made it through. In fact, it must be realized that the majority of post-Qu humans died out during the eras of transition. Extinction, the utter and absolute death of an entire family, entire community, entire species, was rampant in the galaxy. There was nothing cruel or dramatic in all of this.

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