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About the author


Alyssa Jeanne Feagin was born on February 11th, 1974 in Dayton, Ohio. She began reading books and writing on her own from a very early age. Yet books were not the only creative inspiration for her. A.J.'s grandmother taught her how to play the piano at age five and she took up the flute as a second instrument at age eleven. She also played in the Wittenberg Wind Ensemble in college.

Despite a great passion and interest in the performing arts, A.J. took up a more practical study in college. She majored in Chemistry at Wittenberg University. She was awarded several honors including Alpha Lambda Delta honor society and Outstanding Organic Chemistry Student. After achieving a B.A. in Chemistry from Wittenberg University, she worked as a research chemist. Then she attended the University of Wisconsin and obtained a Doctorate of Pharmacy, during which she was also a part of the Rho Chi Academic Honor Society. For over fifteen years she has worked as a pharmacist.

But her heart and imagination has always looked to the stars where the possibility of other civilizations and worlds—like ours—could exist. This is what inspired her to write her first novel series.

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Song of Nümenstar

Overview


From debut Sci-Fi author A.J. Feagin comes Song of Nümenstar, an explosive new space opera adventurer thriller!

Exhausted from having served their time as consulars of the Daejic Szekta--the arbiters of security and peace within the galaxy--Myla and Karawn just want to run away together and live a quiet, happy life. But ongoing civil war still ravages their home planet of Senturos. Myla knows that she can't go back, at least not now. Being a princess and an heir to the throne, coming home betrothed to a commoner would likely enrage her father, King Casseus Ad'uar. And to be in the service to the Daejic order, dalliances are also forbidden. Surely there must be somewhere in the galaxy they can escape and be free?

But one final mission interrupts their plans. On the planet Padaeya, chaos and unrest has beset the Daejic Academy. One by one, Daejic pupils have been mysteriously disappearing somewhere in the capital city of Soaleste. The Circle of Advizars learn that a group of students have gotten lost in the ancient catacombs beneath the city, and Karawn and Myla are charged with tracking them down and bringing them back safely. As a Mystik schooled and trained at the academy, Myla can harness her power of Sonarum energy to pathfind and heal. And along with Karawn's elite Ghost Warrior training and enhanced physical abilities, they pose an unstoppable team.

In the midst of of the rescue mission, however, Karawn and Myla uncover something...else. Something dark, ancient, and sinister. Something that has been waiting for centuries, calculating its moment to strike. A sentient evil that threatens to destroy not only all those on Padaeya, but the very fabric of the galaxy itself.

With Myla as the evil's first target, the mission becomes a race against time. Karawn is desperate to save Myla, and reluctantly enlists the help of Myla's doctor and mentor, Chaum Laah, a dubious creature made of crystal and energy. The fate of Karawn's best friend Malik and two teenage Daejic pupils, Torag and Elaya, also hangs in the balance.

Will Karawn and his allies discover clues to the origin of the evil's mysterious plan, and find the fortitude to defeat it? Or will their lives be shattered forever? The answer lies somewhere between the high fortress walls of Soaleste city, the savage rain forests of planet Padaeya, and the ancient ruins beneath.

In the vein of such sci-fi stories and worlds as John Carter (Princess of Mars), Avatar, Dune, and Star Wars.

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Description


From debut Sci-Fi author A.J. Feagin comes Song of Nümenstar, an explosive new space opera adventurer thriller!

Exhausted from having served their time as consulars of the Daejic Szekta--the arbiters of security and peace within the galaxy--Myla and Karawn just want to run away together and live a quiet, happy life. But ongoing civil war still ravages their home planet of Senturos. Myla knows that she can't go back, at least not now. Being a princess and an heir to the throne, coming home betrothed to a commoner would likely enrage her father, King Casseus Ad'uar. And to be in the service to the Daejic order, dalliances are also forbidden. Surely there must be somewhere in the galaxy they can escape and be free?

But one final mission interrupts their plans. On the planet Padaeya, chaos and unrest has beset the Daejic Academy. One by one, Daejic pupils have been mysteriously disappearing somewhere in the capital city of Soaleste. The Circle of Advizars learn that a group of students have gotten lost in the ancient catacombs beneath the city, and Karawn and Myla are charged with tracking them down and bringing them back safely. As a Mystik schooled and trained at the academy, Myla can harness her power of Sonarum energy to pathfind and heal. And along with Karawn's elite Ghost Warrior training and enhanced physical abilities, they pose an unstoppable team.

In the midst of of the rescue mission, however, Karawn and Myla uncover something...else. Something dark, ancient, and sinister. Something that has been waiting for centuries, calculating its moment to strike. A sentient evil that threatens to destroy not only all those on Padaeya, but the very fabric of the galaxy itself.

With Myla as the evil's first target, the mission becomes a race against time. Karawn is desperate to save Myla, and reluctantly enlists the help of Myla's doctor and mentor, Chaum Laah, a dubious creature made of crystal and energy. The fate of Karawn's best friend Malik and two teenage Daejic pupils, Torag and Elaya, also hangs in the balance.

Will Karawn and his allies discover clues to the origin of the evil's mysterious plan, and find the fortitude to defeat it? Or will their lives be shattered forever? The answer lies somewhere between the high fortress walls of Soaleste city, the savage rain forests of planet Padaeya, and the ancient ruins beneath.

In the vein of such sci-fi stories and worlds as John Carter (Princess of Mars), Avatar, Dune, and Star Wars.

Read more

Overview


From debut Sci-Fi author A.J. Feagin comes Song of Nümenstar, an explosive new space opera adventurer thriller!

Exhausted from having served their time as consulars of the Daejic Szekta--the arbiters of security and peace within the galaxy--Myla and Karawn just want to run away together and live a quiet, happy life. But ongoing civil war still ravages their home planet of Senturos. Myla knows that she can't go back, at least not now. Being a princess and an heir to the throne, coming home betrothed to a commoner would likely enrage her father, King Casseus Ad'uar. And to be in the service to the Daejic order, dalliances are also forbidden. Surely there must be somewhere in the galaxy they can escape and be free?

But one final mission interrupts their plans. On the planet Padaeya, chaos and unrest has beset the Daejic Academy. One by one, Daejic pupils have been mysteriously disappearing somewhere in the capital city of Soaleste. The Circle of Advizars learn that a group of students have gotten lost in the ancient catacombs beneath the city, and Karawn and Myla are charged with tracking them down and bringing them back safely. As a Mystik schooled and trained at the academy, Myla can harness her power of Sonarum energy to pathfind and heal. And along with Karawn's elite Ghost Warrior training and enhanced physical abilities, they pose an unstoppable team.

In the midst of of the rescue mission, however, Karawn and Myla uncover something...else. Something dark, ancient, and sinister. Something that has been waiting for centuries, calculating its moment to strike. A sentient evil that threatens to destroy not only all those on Padaeya, but the very fabric of the galaxy itself.

With Myla as the evil's first target, the mission becomes a race against time. Karawn is desperate to save Myla, and reluctantly enlists the help of Myla's doctor and mentor, Chaum Laah, a dubious creature made of crystal and energy. The fate of Karawn's best friend Malik and two teenage Daejic pupils, Torag and Elaya, also hangs in the balance.

Will Karawn and his allies discover clues to the origin of the evil's mysterious plan, and find the fortitude to defeat it? Or will their lives be shattered forever? The answer lies somewhere between the high fortress walls of Soaleste city, the savage rain forests of planet Padaeya, and the ancient ruins beneath.

In the vein of such sci-fi stories and worlds as John Carter (Princess of Mars), Avatar, Dune, and Star Wars.

Read more

Description


From debut Sci-Fi author A.J. Feagin comes Song of Nümenstar, an explosive new space opera adventurer thriller!

Exhausted from having served their time as consulars of the Daejic Szekta--the arbiters of security and peace within the galaxy--Myla and Karawn just want to run away together and live a quiet, happy life. But ongoing civil war still ravages their home planet of Senturos. Myla knows that she can't go back, at least not now. Being a princess and an heir to the throne, coming home betrothed to a commoner would likely enrage her father, King Casseus Ad'uar. And to be in the service to the Daejic order, dalliances are also forbidden. Surely there must be somewhere in the galaxy they can escape and be free?

But one final mission interrupts their plans. On the planet Padaeya, chaos and unrest has beset the Daejic Academy. One by one, Daejic pupils have been mysteriously disappearing somewhere in the capital city of Soaleste. The Circle of Advizars learn that a group of students have gotten lost in the ancient catacombs beneath the city, and Karawn and Myla are charged with tracking them down and bringing them back safely. As a Mystik schooled and trained at the academy, Myla can harness her power of Sonarum energy to pathfind and heal. And along with Karawn's elite Ghost Warrior training and enhanced physical abilities, they pose an unstoppable team.

In the midst of of the rescue mission, however, Karawn and Myla uncover something...else. Something dark, ancient, and sinister. Something that has been waiting for centuries, calculating its moment to strike. A sentient evil that threatens to destroy not only all those on Padaeya, but the very fabric of the galaxy itself.

With Myla as the evil's first target, the mission becomes a race against time. Karawn is desperate to save Myla, and reluctantly enlists the help of Myla's doctor and mentor, Chaum Laah, a dubious creature made of crystal and energy. The fate of Karawn's best friend Malik and two teenage Daejic pupils, Torag and Elaya, also hangs in the balance.

Will Karawn and his allies discover clues to the origin of the evil's mysterious plan, and find the fortitude to defeat it? Or will their lives be shattered forever? The answer lies somewhere between the high fortress walls of Soaleste city, the savage rain forests of planet Padaeya, and the ancient ruins beneath.

In the vein of such sci-fi stories and worlds as John Carter (Princess of Mars), Avatar, Dune, and Star Wars.

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Book details

Genre:FICTION

Subgenre:Science Fiction / Space Opera

Language:English

Series title:The Daejic Saga -

Series Number:1

Pages:656

Format:Paperback

Paperback ISBN:9781543981339


Overview


From debut Sci-Fi author A.J. Feagin comes Song of Nümenstar, an explosive new space opera adventurer thriller!

Exhausted from having served their time as consulars of the Daejic Szekta--the arbiters of security and peace within the galaxy--Myla and Karawn just want to run away together and live a quiet, happy life. But ongoing civil war still ravages their home planet of Senturos. Myla knows that she can't go back, at least not now. Being a princess and an heir to the throne, coming home betrothed to a commoner would likely enrage her father, King Casseus Ad'uar. And to be in the service to the Daejic order, dalliances are also forbidden. Surely there must be somewhere in the galaxy they can escape and be free?

But one final mission interrupts their plans. On the planet Padaeya, chaos and unrest has beset the Daejic Academy. One by one, Daejic pupils have been mysteriously disappearing somewhere in the capital city of Soaleste. The Circle of Advizars learn that a group of students have gotten lost in the ancient catacombs beneath the city, and Karawn and Myla are charged with tracking them down and bringing them back safely. As a Mystik schooled and trained at the academy, Myla can harness her power of Sonarum energy to pathfind and heal. And along with Karawn's elite Ghost Warrior training and enhanced physical abilities, they pose an unstoppable team.

In the midst of of the rescue mission, however, Karawn and Myla uncover something...else. Something dark, ancient, and sinister. Something that has been waiting for centuries, calculating its moment to strike. A sentient evil that threatens to destroy not only all those on Padaeya, but the very fabric of the galaxy itself.

With Myla as the evil's first target, the mission becomes a race against time. Karawn is desperate to save Myla, and reluctantly enlists the help of Myla's doctor and mentor, Chaum Laah, a dubious creature made of crystal and energy. The fate of Karawn's best friend Malik and two teenage Daejic pupils, Torag and Elaya, also hangs in the balance.

Will Karawn and his allies discover clues to the origin of the evil's mysterious plan, and find the fortitude to defeat it? Or will their lives be shattered forever? The answer lies somewhere between the high fortress walls of Soaleste city, the savage rain forests of planet Padaeya, and the ancient ruins beneath.

In the vein of such sci-fi stories and worlds as John Carter (Princess of Mars), Avatar, Dune, and Star Wars.

Read more

Description


From debut Sci-Fi author A.J. Feagin comes Song of Nümenstar, an explosive new space opera adventurer thriller!

Exhausted from having served their time as consulars of the Daejic Szekta--the arbiters of security and peace within the galaxy--Myla and Karawn just want to run away together and live a quiet, happy life. But ongoing civil war still ravages their home planet of Senturos. Myla knows that she can't go back, at least not now. Being a princess and an heir to the throne, coming home betrothed to a commoner would likely enrage her father, King Casseus Ad'uar. And to be in the service to the Daejic order, dalliances are also forbidden. Surely there must be somewhere in the galaxy they can escape and be free?

But one final mission interrupts their plans. On the planet Padaeya, chaos and unrest has beset the Daejic Academy. One by one, Daejic pupils have been mysteriously disappearing somewhere in the capital city of Soaleste. The Circle of Advizars learn that a group of students have gotten lost in the ancient catacombs beneath the city, and Karawn and Myla are charged with tracking them down and bringing them back safely. As a Mystik schooled and trained at the academy, Myla can harness her power of Sonarum energy to pathfind and heal. And along with Karawn's elite Ghost Warrior training and enhanced physical abilities, they pose an unstoppable team.

In the midst of of the rescue mission, however, Karawn and Myla uncover something...else. Something dark, ancient, and sinister. Something that has been waiting for centuries, calculating its moment to strike. A sentient evil that threatens to destroy not only all those on Padaeya, but the very fabric of the galaxy itself.

With Myla as the evil's first target, the mission becomes a race against time. Karawn is desperate to save Myla, and reluctantly enlists the help of Myla's doctor and mentor, Chaum Laah, a dubious creature made of crystal and energy. The fate of Karawn's best friend Malik and two teenage Daejic pupils, Torag and Elaya, also hangs in the balance.

Will Karawn and his allies discover clues to the origin of the evil's mysterious plan, and find the fortitude to defeat it? Or will their lives be shattered forever? The answer lies somewhere between the high fortress walls of Soaleste city, the savage rain forests of planet Padaeya, and the ancient ruins beneath.

In the vein of such sci-fi stories and worlds as John Carter (Princess of Mars), Avatar, Dune, and Star Wars.

Read more

About the author


Alyssa Jeanne Feagin was born on February 11th, 1974 in Dayton, Ohio. She began reading books and writing on her own from a very early age. Yet books were not the only creative inspiration for her. A.J.'s grandmother taught her how to play the piano at age five and she took up the flute as a second instrument at age eleven. She also played in the Wittenberg Wind Ensemble in college.

Despite a great passion and interest in the performing arts, A.J. took up a more practical study in college. She majored in Chemistry at Wittenberg University. She was awarded several honors including Alpha Lambda Delta honor society and Outstanding Organic Chemistry Student. After achieving a B.A. in Chemistry from Wittenberg University, she worked as a research chemist. Then she attended the University of Wisconsin and obtained a Doctorate of Pharmacy, during which she was also a part of the Rho Chi Academic Honor Society. For over fifteen years she has worked as a pharmacist.

But her heart and imagination has always looked to the stars where the possibility of other civilizations and worlds—like ours—could exist. This is what inspired her to write her first novel series.

Read more

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