Glassidor is the story of a mother's love, duty, and devotion, in her protection of Earth's children. Dee, a space nomad, arrives on this blue planet in 1620 AD to recover a lost artifact sent there by her ancestors 74 million years earlier. Dee's mission proves easier said than done and is complicated by a galactic war that is raging light-years away. The threat is mounting, and if this war is lost, a whole lot will change, and humans everywhere will face annihilation. The war between humankind and the sinister Muss will eventually turn up on Earth in the prophecy of Armageddon, but if Dee, with guidance from her creator, can accomplish her mission and find the relic, she will be the only woman in this galaxy that might be able to prevent the inevitable. Although this novel is pure science fiction, it will draw the reader into parallels of recent world history and offers interesting snippets for the folklorists among us.
Number Of Pages: 184
Published: 19th April 2010
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 16.51 x 1.91
Weight (kg): 0.43