Desert Stars by Joe Vasicek

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A TALE FROM THE FRINGES OF AN INTERSTELLAR EMPIRE THAT HAS FORGOTTEN ITS HOLIEST LEGEND: THE STORY OF EARTH. He was the sole heir to the Najmi camp, a young man raised by tribesmen after falling to the desert from his home among the stars. She was the sheikh's most beautiful daughter, promised his hand in marriage—if she can convince him to stay. Together, they must travel to a land where glass covers the sky and men traverse the stars as easily as tribesmen cross the desert. Here, at the ancient temple dedicated to the memory of Earth, they hope to find the answers that will show them the way home. But when love and honor clash, how can they face their destiny when it threatens to tear them apart? A 100,000 word (280-320 page) novel of Gaia Nova.

About Joe Vasicek

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Joe Vasicek is a science fiction writer who has lived in more than twenty different places in the past ten years. When he writes, though, his mind is anywhere but this world. He keeps a regular blog at One Thousand and One Parsecs, and can also be found on Twitter, Facebook, and Goodreads. Sometimes. But no matter where he goes, he's always writing.
Published December 26, 2013 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 300 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Romance. Fiction

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