Commonwealth Universe by Michelle Levigne
The Hoveni: The Meruk Episodes I-V

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You've read about the hit Tri-V series "Hoven Quest". Now read the short stories Kendle Fyx originally wrote, that inspired the series ... and brought about the final battle between Hoveni and Set'ri, with the whole universe watching.

Meruk was just an ordinary university student. A piece of Hovenu jewelry left for him by his parents when they died sparked an interest in Hovenu history and culture that became his major course of study -- archaeology. A fascinating discovery on a summer dig led to strange dreams of actually being a Hoven ... and when thieves attacked the dig site, Meruk learned those dreams were true -- he was a Hoven, and with his secret revealed, he had to flee for his life.

These first five stories track the beginning of his quest for information, for understanding of what it means to be a Hoven, and for a way to find others like him. Meruk realizes early on that if he can find a way to reunite the Hoven race, maybe they can live in safety and freedom once more.

These are just the first five "episodes." More will follow!

About Michelle Levigne

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Michelle has been a book addict since picking up 'The Cat in the Hat'.She started writing her own stories in junior high, when TV shows didn't turn out like she thought they should. Her first rejection letter came the summer after high school graduation, her first published story was in connection with fan fiction, and her first sale was in the Writers of the Future anthology.With a BA in theater/English and an MA in Communications, focused on film and writing, she has worked for a local newspaper, then in advertising, and now works as a freelance editor. She is published in multiple sub-genres of romance, as well as SF and fantasy. Awards include being a finalist in the Dreamrealms and EPPIE competitions, with EPPIE wins in 2006 and 2010.
Published August 17, 2010 by Writer's Exchange E-Publishing. 138 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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