EMMA'S LEGACY

Second Journal in the Terran Chronicles Sci-Fi Series - Initiation

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Emma's Legacy is the second journal belonging to the Terran Chronicles Universe, and as should be read after Book Three, 'Colony'. This story takes place far in the future, long after the final voyage of the Terran is but a distant memory.

The remnants of humanity continue to survive, alongside the other member races of the Alliance. Emma's Legacy provides a sneak peek at humanity's destiny, but the details are hazy, and any answers given, are not clearly defined. It is during this time that Dianne catches her son, Benny, along with his friend Richard, in her study accessing her computer.

She sates their curiosity by directing the boys to the ancient archives, and the fragments of Emma's New Earth Ecology Journal. This tantalizing glimpse into the future raises many questions. The greatest being, 'What happened to the crew of the Terran?'.

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    This journal contains Joe’s notes of his discoveries and observations during the Terran’s maiden voyage of exploration to the stars. This journal is not a stand-alone story, but rather a supplementary guide for those that have an understanding of the Gamin and their involvement with Earth. While Joe’s journal answers many questions about these aliens and their technology, it also raises more.
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    Emma’s Legacy is not intended as a stand-alone story, but rather, is a supplement to the Terran Chronicles Universe and as such should be read after Book Three, ‘Colony’. This story takes place far in the future, long after the final voyage of the Terran is but a distant memory.
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