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The Chronicles of Ratha - Erica Lawson


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Author: Erica Lawson
269 pages | 83,565 words

It has been three years since Jordana Laren’s path first crossed the Noorthi’s - three years since she’s had a drink, had sex and a life of her own.

Her only excitement has been spent keeping up with her two year-old daughter, Rice, who is definitely a chip off the old block. All has been peaceful until one of the colonists becomes sick.

Bad news shifts to worse news when the disease spreads through their community. Unable to get proper medicine, Jordana is forced to rely on the Noorthi healers to come up with a cure. Soon the herbs run out, leaving her with no choice but to search for more on the Noorthi home planet.

What is supposed to be a simple pick-up flight turns into a nightmare.

Can Jordana believe in herself like her Noorthi sisters do? Only then can she fulfill her destiny as The Chosen One.

Follow the colorful cast of characters in this action-packed adventure sequel as they traverse the galaxy. Of course, nothing ever goes smoothly when Jordana is involved.


Erica Lawson
About Erica Lawson:
Erica Lawson is a “dinky di” Aussie, born and raised in Sydney, Australia, 57 years ago. She has worked as a secretary for most of her working life in a variety of interesting fields from a government scientific organization, the fire brigade, the film industry and finally, for the last 20 years, with a psychiatrist. Many of her friends will attest to the fact that she finally found her niche in the last job, gaining many helpful hints for her own state of mind.
Her first book, “Possessing Morgan”, was released in December 2009. It is a winner of the 2010 GCLS award for best thriller/mystery novel. Her second book “The Chronicles of Ratha: The Children Of The Noorthi”, a science fiction adventure, was released in December 2010 and a finalist in the 2012 GCLS Awards. Erica’s third novel, “Soulwalker” was released in February 2012, a Rainbow Award winner for Best Science-Fiction story of 2012, and a 2013 GCLS Finalist.