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The Undivided Galaxy: Book One of the…

The Undivided Galaxy: Book One of the Divinity Saga

by Eric Ramesh

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0595392784, Paperback)

Thousands of years in the future, Humans have survived interstellar wars, genocide, and their own shortcomings to rise to dominance as the most advanced form of life in the galaxy.

They are proud. They are respected. Yet they are still divided.

And there is an old adage…no matter how strong you are, you’ll eventually run into someone stronger. Now the Humans face an extragalactic threat on a scale they are not prepared to deal with. They must race against time to unite the Milky Way galaxy and to elevate the younger, less advanced species that inhabit it before the oncoming storm annihilates them all.

Eric Ramesh is an author, filmmaker, screenwriter and amateur astronomer. He has written nine feature length and two television length scripts. He has studied physics for eight years and astronomy for two years.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:25:51 -0400)

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