Hidden Empire

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Aspect, 2003 - Fiction - 654 pages
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"Having colonized the worlds of the spiral arm, mankind's three branches - the Terran Hansa, starship-dwelling Roamers, and telepathic Green Priests - are certain the galaxy is theirs for the taking. But when scientists successfully test a device that transforms gas giant planets into new suns, humanity soon discovers the brutal, horrifying price of arrogance in deep space. For Jovian planets are the homeworlds of an undreamt-of alien species, the hydrogues. Infinitely advanced, supremely powerful, and now the victims of accidental genocide, the hydrogues don't seek apologies or reparations. Instead, incredible armadas of invincible, city-sized warships suddenly emerge from the galaxy's billions of gaseous worlds with a single mission - to annihilate every last human being in the universe..." - back cover.

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This story is really great for any scifi fans. Each chapter focuses on one person and tells it in a detailed experiance. This story is really epic where you will want to read more and more of it. Read full review

Hidden Empire: The Saga of Seven Suns, Book 1

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An experiment in converting a gas giant into a star with the potential for transforming the former planet's moons into environments suitable for human colonies awakens a heretofore hidden ... Read full review

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About the author (2003)

Kevin J. Anderson was born on March 27, 1962. Before becoming a full-time author, he worked in California for twelve years as a technical writer and editor at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. His science fiction books include Resurrection, Inc., the Star Wars Jedi Academy Trilogy, the Young Jedi Knights series, Ground Zero, Ruins, Climbing Olympus, Blindfold, and The Dark Between the Stars. He has also written several books with Doug Beason including Ignition, Virtual Destruction, Fallout, and Ill Wind.

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