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Introducing Mary Jane Skyler

By Andrew Marsh

Drama / Scifi

Blurb

After the events of Sacrifice, Mara Jade wakes up in a world that she doesn't know, and in a body that is not her own. She doesn't remember her life before an event that took her life. Are the memories she has her own, or made up by the woman in a coma she is possessing?

Prologue

The universe is a vast area. It has its own destiny; its own brand of fate. It creates new lives when old ones have been expired. In this instance, it focuses on a woman recently separated from her physical form. In her particular section of the universe, she had the choice of joining nature in an entirely alternate existence. For her own purposes, she denied that existence. Now her spirit is flowing free within the universe with no focus or aim. Her need is not required in her own world of her time. Therefore, the universe has placed her spirit somewhere in the meantime. Somewhere where she is needed.

The memories of her past will not be forgotten - just not easily remembered. Her spirit is projected through the continuum onto a planet inside another galaxy far, far away. It is the third planet from its sun. It is the only planet in its system that is inhabited.

It is time for the new spirit to awaken. Time for new loves, new challenges, and new hopes. This is just until her world needs her back.

Or until the new world drives her crazy.

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