House of the Moon
Phileas, Guardian of Oasis, has lost his heart to psychically gifted Serazina. He’s sure she’ll never fall in love with an ultra-logical, humorless bore who’s almost as old as her father.
A sudden international crisis distracts him from his misery. The desert land of Etrenzia, facing rebellion from tribal minorities, claims that Oasis is encouraging the insurgents.
Elissia, Serazina’s sister, who’s been working in Etrenzia, brings home her lover, a rebel leader, for a visit. Though he gives the Oasan leaders priceless information about Etrenzia’s covert mind control and human breeding programs, his attempt to coerce Phileas into supporting the rebels earns him a deportation ticket.
Elissia breaks up with him but insists that she must return to Etrenzia to finish her project. A few weeks later, she is abducted.
Phileas comforts Serazina so tenderly that she discovers her love for him, but nothing can stop her from going to Etrenzia and rescuing Elissia. Envisioning her wandering around in the desert without a plan, he knows he must accompany her.
Together they brave the perils of giant snakes and sandstorms in this country where shifting alliances and overt hostility threaten them. They don’t know that they are being lured to the desert for a purpose far more sinister than their worst fears.
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