A well articulated and impressive story from a good young talent.
Australia (PRWEB) June 04, 2014
Throughout history wars have been fought for a multitude of reasons. They have been fought for various reasons such as vengeance, natural resources, land and even religion. And despite humanity’s efforts for a lasting peace conflicts still continue to arise and cause even greater damage to an already ravaged earth. “THE TURQUOISE WAR” author A.E. Vardakis has written an enthralling read that takes readers five hundred years into the future where mankind is in danger of being drawn into an intergalactic conflict that may destroy all life on earth.
“THE TURQUOISE WAR” is author A.E. Vardaki’s highly engrossing fiction novel. It is set in the future where the Neekans an alien race from the doomed planet Orchadia, have come to earth to cohabitate with the earthlings who are highly suspicious of the new arrivals. The humans and the Neekans cohabitate but are compulsorily segregated by the Earthlings who see the Neekans as having a lower status. The story follows the adventures of David a young human boy who befriends a young Neekan named Rasirine as his best friend, Can their friendship bring these two alien cultures together in harmony and end the war between these two peoples and break down the divisive and prejudicial barriers?
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About the Author
E. VARDAKIS was born in Sydney, Australia, on the 25th o f January 2000. She speaks two languages and plays the violin. She also likes to travel and has been to both the USA and Europe. She currently attends GERRIC the Gifted and Talent program with the University of New South Wales. She likes reading and painting.
THE TURQUOISE WAR* by A. E. VARDAKIS
Publication Date: May 5, 2014
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