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Children of the White Star

Narrated by: Jennifer March
Length: 10 hrs and 14 mins
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After Garryn returns to claim the throne of his home world, he finds himself plagued by dreams of a mysterious star system with a yellow sun.

Consulting a mentalist for help, Garryn learns he is not the only one with the same dreams. With a new friend, he sets out on a quest to understand his visions.

But the truth behind the dreams reveals a secret that will change their lives and shake the very foundations of the Empire.

©2016 Linda Thackeray (P)2019 Linda Thackeray

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  • Cassie Coker
  • 19-08-2020

Great Book.

Loved the story. Lots of surprises. Loved the narrator. Kept me interested and looking forward to each chapter.

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  • C nichole
  • 19-11-2019

AMAZING

the book was Awesome! starts off a little slow, with the character development and all that but once you get there it's takes off bam and it's so interesting that should be on everyone's must-read I LOVED it!

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  • C. Gillam
  • 02-10-2019

Makes you think

I wasn't sure I was going to like this, it was my first serious novel in Sci-Fi. I love the genre but know the books can sometimes get bogged down in the descriptions and wordiness of creating the worlds of the imagination. I know Linda's work and she is a detailed and imaginative writer, and while this was a bit slow at the very start, she quickly had me hating to hit pause. By the end I wanted more and hope maybe she visits the characters again to see what happens now. I love that she is the type of writer, too, that knows her character well. She does not overburden you will detain about every bit of their description or a long bio of all of their back ground story, but with her well placed words and actions you know them. You may even wish she would give you the complete characterization, but you can be happy with developing them in your own mind. This book with also make you think but I won't spoil all the details you have to here it for yourself and think for yourself "what if", that's what this genre does best.