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Sovereign's Journey (EndQuest Trilogy)

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The year is 2084. After decades of warfare between Western nations and the Islamic cultures of the Middle East, the savage battle of civilizations is abruptly concluded following a horrifying nuclear exchange. Exhausted and horrified, Earth’s war-weary populations succumb to their increasingly totalitarian government's solution to ban religious practices of any kind. Now r ...more
Kindle Edition, 253 pages
Published April 23rd 2015 by Once Upon A Time Press
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L.M.
May 12, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The first book of this series. A thought provoking look at a possible future. Danielle Wedgeworth writes a fast-paced adventure, all while weaving challenging concepts of government control, freedom, religion, and human nature. This book makes you think, while spinning an entertaining sci-fi tale. Her characters are interesting, sympathetic, and complex. As a reader I became emotionally engaged in their challenges. There were times I could hardly read fast enough!

Wedgeworth has a military backgr
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Alice  (Seven of Ten)
The author manages to utilize the science fiction genre to her advantage as she explores how religion, politics, and the idea of marriage equality evolves as the human race advances as space travelers. this story weaves personal freedom against government control for an exciting first book in her trilogy. this book would work well to be read alone, but I am excited about the release of book two!
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Danielle graduated from a private Christian University in nineteen-eighty-four and worked as a retail manager for a couple of years until joining the United States Army. Serving as an enlisted soldier, NCO, and as a commissioned officer, Danielle gained a well-rounded overview of military life.

She served in both the regular army and the National Guard during the late nineteen-eighties and the fir
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