Beneath the Waves

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The first human colonists of the water world Pamu built themselves a grand floating city and in doing so, made enemies of that race beneath the waves. Now the city has been destroyed bit by bit and one human girl has been chosen to undertake a dangerous journey to save not just the descendants of the colonists but all the races of Pamu. More
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About Alexandra A. Cheshire

Alexandra. A. 'Lexa' Cheshire lives in northern British Columbia, Canada. She is a mother who enjoys to read and write fantasy and science fiction.

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About the Series: Pamu Colony
Following the residents of the human colony world of Pamu/Lamu as they attempt to live alongside the native races.

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Stormswift reviewed on March 2, 2015

Beneath The Waves
Three generations ago, starships deposited human colonists on a planet. Unfortunately the planet was already occupied by aquatic beings who did not take kindly to the construction of a floating city. These beings changed the planet’s weather patterns resulting in a waterworld with one last small human village. Meredith is 14 years old and often day dreams about what could be living beneath the waves. She is the only person who can hear a haunting melody and this means that she is the only being that can right the wrongs done to the world. Together with the help of various aquatic species, Meredith will strive to re-balance the world.
Enjoyable fantasy tale.

To rescue a hero
A bitter sweet short story that is a sequel to Beneath The Waves. Meredith mysteriously disappeared and was never found despite diligent searches by her companions. Generations later, many of the races of the re-balanced world no longer respect the need for unity amongst all species. The time has come for the greatest hero to be found.
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