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Ken Langer
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The End of the Series
Book Four is now finished and in the process of being read by beta testers. A complete revision of all the other books will be next so that the entire series should be seamless.

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Chapter 4
Erut escapes from the prison work camp and tried to make his way up the side of the cliffs of the Delbrin mountains when he is fired upon by a patrolling soldier. Erut manages to elude the soldier but his pursuer manages to get reinforcements. Soon a band o...

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Chapter 3
In chapter three the Crolats discover they have been abandoned on the planet of Pa'Zawhu by their Kevutian employers. They decide to try and found out what happened. An excerpt: Suriu looked toward the same spot and strained to see what Orov was noticing. A...

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Chapter 2
In chapter 2 (402) we encounter from Book 3. Since his escape from the devastation of Pa'Myshka and his flight to the mysterious world known as Ardis, Erut was finally granted his wish to return home only to find himself carted off to a prison work farm in ...

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Chapter 1
The final book of the Milleran Cluster series begins on the planet of Pa'Zawhu, one of the last planets of the cluster not under the control of the Kevutian Conglomerate. The Kevutians are in the midst of invading and have brought three Crolat mercenaries w...

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Book 4
Work has begun on the final book - book 4.

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The preliminary book cover design:

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A Review
Here are some comments about Book Three (now officially titled The Suicide Fire) from a professional beta reader: I absolutely loved the opening to this book. It grabbed my attention and made me want to read more... I actually loved all the characters. I us...

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Beta readers
The first draft of book 3 will be ready soon and I will be looking for beta or first readers to offer comments and find all the things I missed. I am offering a $20 Starbucks gift card for anyone willing to give the manuscript a quick read and offer comment...

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Prologue
I usually do the Prologue and Epilogue last since they are often critical parts to the whole story. Those are now complete. The inspiration for the Prologue came from an actual historical event. In 1939, George Elser, a carpenter and a communist, schemed to...
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