The final segment of the Space Trilogy
Deceptive forces are once again at
play, ripping families apart in a sinister plot to control Planet
A generation has passed since Johanna and
Serassan returned to Earth. On Karos, after 18 years of
preparations and toil, the Galactic Center for the Performing Arts
is about to open. But Johanna's and Serassan's 17-year-old
daughter, Crystal, feeling the rebellious urges of adolescence,
would rather go into space with the Estronian fleet.
Back on Terra, Manley and Dorothy's
16-year-old son, Blake Dobbs, is not happy about his parents'
sudden decision to move to the Four Corners. He meets the Light
Being in what he considers to be a "lucid dream," but soon learns
that "L.B." is for real when Earth enters the Photon Belt and the
family gets stranded in the dark in the middle of Nebraska.
Blake's mother, Dorothy, wakes up in a
concentration camp while her husband, Manley, has managed to
escape the helicopters and is stumbling around in a cornfield, lost
in the seemingly endless night.
The Dobbs children, meanwhile, are aboard a
space shuttle, piloted by The Light Being, headed for the orbiting
New Jerusalem, positioned nearby to assist Earth during its
shift. His goal is to reunite with his Twin Soul... but first he
must obtain a physical body.
Here's what reviewers are saying:
"This is not just another
romance novel. This love story is selfless and out of this world.
The third in Ms. Ulrich’s trilogy stands firmly on its own. It is
her most revealing and educational yet.
"If you were fortunate
enough to read Intimate Abduction and Return To Terra,
you’ll recognize several unforgettable characters who have
adjusted to new locations and grown spiritually in their new
"Each character has a
dynamic part to play in the development of this eerie yet
exhilarating novel. And Good vs. Evil is the greatest theme, as it
is in life. If the reader begins thinking they are living in
wonderful La-La land, they will soon question this supposition and
their part to play in it.
"If 'the shift' is a phrase
already in your vocabulary, you won’t want to miss The Light
"Scary, tender and a view
into how other planets beyond our galaxy live... all add up to
another winner for Ms. Ulrich, one of the masters of an
exceptional genre of the craft."
-- Chrystle Clae, author of Sacred Symbology
ISBN 0-944851-23-1 January 2005
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