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The ageing Jipadara's sun is entering supernova phase. The consequence of this occurrence will be the destruction of the orbiting planets. Three of these planets have highly evolved life forms. Planet Jirboa is scientifically advanced and has made the decision when they first learnt of the slow self-destruction of the sun, to escape. They embarked on the construction of aThe ageing Jipadara's sun is entering supernova phase. The consequence of this occurrence will be the destruction of the orbiting planets. Three of these planets have highly evolved life forms. Planet Jirboa is scientifically advanced and has made the decision when they first learnt of the slow self-destruction of the sun, to escape. They embarked on the construction of a massive space ship called Exodus. Pleen, has a sentient botanical life form and the other planet Khadaran has a less evolved bipedal mammalian primate species. They have become aware of the catastrophe that is taking place. Pleenians are sedentary telepathic life forms that are capable of mentally invading the minds of the Jirboan scientists, meddling in their plans to escape. The Khadarans are a primitive agrarian society of three war-like clans that are genetically resistant to telepathic scrutiny. The sun in its weakened state is unable to protect the solar system from wayward asteroids, rogue planets and pathogenic fungi that were released as an act of vengeance. Jipadara is under attack from external physical forces and internal biological warfare. The three civilizations are at strife with each other. It is the act of supernatural forces present in the form of spiritual forces of the past ancestors and the ancient ones that have been left as protectors of the cosmic creation....

Title : Tribulations: Escape from Jipadara
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ISBN : 9781491771822
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 398 Pages
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