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Connected to the stars

Author: Edna M Muse
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Stellar Age Publishing, [2013]
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : English
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"This is a story of adventure and discovery that explains mysteries about the earth and its people. The story tells about ancient aliens that mixed themselves with the people of Earth and made us decedents of stellar beings. Mysteries are revealed about dinosaurs, pyramids, the sphinx, plus legends and artifacts from around the world. Stories about the lost history of Atlantis, Lamuria, and the biblical flood are  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Science fiction
Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edna M Muse
ISBN: 0615847307 9780615847306
OCLC Number: 861734490
Description: 338 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Responsibility: Edna Muse.

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"This is a story of adventure and discovery that explains mysteries about the earth and its people. The story tells about ancient aliens that mixed themselves with the people of Earth and made us decedents of stellar beings. Mysteries are revealed about dinosaurs, pyramids, the sphinx, plus legends and artifacts from around the world. Stories about the lost history of Atlantis, Lamuria, and the biblical flood are fit into a fantastic chronology of events. The story is told through six energetic college and graduate students, and a shape shifting alien. Through adventures, misadventures, action, and intrigue, these young adults are led into the mysteries about the Earth. To highlight what they have learned, they are invited on a trip to other planets. When they return, they are full of wonder. They can also truthfully say that we are not alone, and we have never been alone." -- publisher

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Good Science Fiction Adventure Book

by ednamuse (WorldCat user published 2013-10-30) Excellent Permalink

Anyone who enjoys science fiction will thoroughly enjoy the story line, written in a lighthearted manor, making it easy to read. “Connected To The Stars” is an adventure story, with explanations about aliens and the roles they played...
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