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James Love

Copyright 2011 James Love


2nd Edition

Copyright © 2011 by James Bryron Love.  All rights reserved.

No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical or otherwise without the written permission of the publisher.

Author: James Bryron Love

This Novella is dedicated to Elisabeth whose understanding for the long hours of writing ,has allowed me the time to write

Editor: Murray Coleman

Cover Design: Spangaloo

This novel is a work of fiction. Names, characters, events, incidents, and places are the product of the author’s imagination. Any resemblance to actual persons, people, or events is purely coincidental.

Michael's form hovered slightly above the floor. The alien sat in a chair directly in front of them. The room was in shadows except for the glow that emanated from Michael. That was enough to illuminate the aliens face as he sat waiting impatiently for a response.

Do you not have anything to say Michael? he said with an air of disgust.

Michael studied his face, patiently waiting for the words to form. He thought, all this illusion is difficult to maintain. It saps my strength and is making me appear weak.

Galvez, you know that this is not an easy matter. A lot of work has gone into the projections. You do not want to become a martyr any more than I do. You have to have some patience and give me some latitude. My superiors would exile you and me. I shudder to think what they would do to you.

It has taken too long already, Galvez said with a sneer.

My superiors will not be here for another twenty-six cycles. That gives us lots of time. This is a delicate process; everything must be prepared. Every detail worked out. If we fail.... Michael's voice trailed off.

How long have you been here Michael? Galvez asked him casually.

In what terms of reference would you like? Michael asked.

Galvez gave him a strange look. Reference? Okay, how about in terms related to this planet, the common solar cycle here.

14,386 solar years. One hundred twenty-six of my time cycles.

You came in at the project start then. You were probably present at the treaty signing. How many of your people can you trust on this? Galvez asked concerned.

The total is quite small, only fifteen. They are as committed as I am and will see this through to the end. The repercussions will not affect our judgment on this matter. You and I must put together this deal. The others will follow it to the letter.

Why do you not let me announce it to this world? That by far, is the simplest solution. I can bring the technology to this planet. I can show them how to use it, manufacture all the components, Gavin said evenly.

"You have already disrupted our previous agenda, by attempting to make your presence known. In the last sixty solar cycles here, you have flown your spaceships over the cities, making a