Lexa takes us back to a much earlier (and darker) era of her Cemen Colony for the first in her Cemen Politics series.
After the death of her mother, Eathora walks away from everything and everyone she has known in her life. A near death experience unites her with a new teacher and exposes her to great danger. But to end the danger, Eathora must trace it back to its roots in the Capitol, where she discovers old secrets and new betrayals and a political system in need of revolution.
Lexa takes us back to the very beginning of the Neo-Terra Colony for a new novel on the same world as Kedri Dancer.
A century before the events surrounding Kedri and her friends and family, the Neo-Terra colony was just beginning. But of the original fifty thousand colonists, one percent awoke too early to mesh easily with the Corporation's plans.
Teadra is one of the one percent and having difficulty adjusting to her new life. When her investigation into the situation leads her to some of the earliest records of the colony construction and what had been found prior to terraforming, she cannot remain within the bounds established by the Corporation. What she finds and those who join her in her discovery will have far reaching consequences for the Neo-Terra colony.