|Fire Sanctuary (1986) [Novel]|
by Katharine Eliska Kimbriel
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(From the publisher):
Life itself was a battle for survival. The last thing they needed now was war.
On the border between the Axis worlds and the Fewha Empire, Nuala was a planet on the edge of disaster. But Braan Atare's and the other founding families of this long-forgotten colony had already beaten the odds against survival for five thousand years. They had fought the deadly radiation levels of their inhospitable home, frightening mutations, and the high rate of sterility which sent each generation off-planet in search of mates to improve the endangered gene pool.
Now Braan's sister had brought Nuala two of the Axis worlds' finest warriors, Moran, her betrothed, and his comrade Lyte. Yet when Axis and Empire fleets roved the starways on missions of conquest, could Braan and his family, even with the aid of Moran and Lyte, save their planet from treachery within and the enemies from the stars?
Original title: Fire Sanctuary
Genre: Fiction→ Science Fiction→ Adventure→ Space Opera
Fiction→ Science Fiction→ Planets & Societies→ Adapting To Harsh Conditions