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Hidden away, buried for centuries. Until now.

Deep in space, the inhabitants of Planet Home regularly dig up broken-down relics of war, but this time, they’ve discovered something different: a map with a cryptic destination. The location is meant to be found, but only few people know about it - including Royah.

As the town she lives in is becoming increasingly dangerous every day, while the only food source inexplicably dying out, someone must go east. The map likely holds secrets that will help them survive. Royah decides the quest will be hers.

Maybe, she can discover why humans were sent to the planet, in the first place. Maybe, she can save her mom. Maybe, she can save the entire human race.

©2021 C.A. Gleason (P)2021 C.A. Gleason

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  • 14-09-21

A lot of talk but not as much action.

It's the kind of book where you almost want to know what happens but the author spent far too much time telling us instead of showing us. We learn that one of the lead characters is large and the author has to talk about awkwardly 20 different times. I wish they allowed us to draw our own conclusions instead of telling us what everyone was like and what they were thinking. Show us they're big, clever, insightful etc instead of telling us. It's also weird that no one has friends and very little actually progresses the plot in this book. I feel like there's some promise here but it's more of a first draft.