Penguin, 1 de des. 1993 - 272 pàgines
The first book in Lisanne Norman's Sholan Alliance long-running science fiction series of alien contact and interspecies conflict
Cut off from Earth by alien conquerors, the human colony on Keiss was slowly building an underground resistance movement to stand against the Valtegan invaders. But for many of the colonists, it was already too late.
Her twin sister Elise captured by Valtegan soldiers, Carrie telepathically and empathically linked with Elise, experiencing all the pain and terror that her sister was suffering. Only Elise's death freed Carrie from torment, though it also left her completely alone in her own mind for the first time in her life.
But this mental void was unexpectedly filled when Kusac, a felinoid crewman of a crashed starship, touched her thoughts. Drawn to him by their shared Talent, Carrie hid the injured Kusac from the Valtegans and in so doing found a friend and an invaluable ally.
Yet though trust and understanding between Carrie and Kusac was soon unshakable, it would prove far more difficult to convince each of their races that their only hope of overthrowing the Valtegans was to band together against the common foe.
And even such an alliance offered no guarantee of success, for no one on any of the settled worlds had yet found a way to defeat this warrior race ready to lay waste to any civilization they could not conquer.
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LibraryThing ReviewRevisió d'Usuari - humouress - LibraryThing
Carrie is one of the first wave of colonists from Earth living on a distant planet. A few years after they had landed, aliens - Valtegans - arrived and took over the planet with superior fire-power ... Llegeix la ressenya completa
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Turning Point by Lisanne Norman is a rousing bit of space opera. This obviously first novel is rough in areas in the writing, characterizations and dialog. Hey, that is what first novels are for. But ... Llegeix la ressenya completa