Author Vincent Havelund's new epic work of fiction explores how Earth's development has been intertwined with that of a distant planet called Orbsey. It all begins in the year 1 and races to its conclusion in the twenty-fourth century. As the people of Earth looked to the heavens in search of others, the people of Orbsey were doing more than just looking; they were planning.
In this first book of the series, the adventure begins when two cultures, two peoples, two worlds meet at long last. Thanks to their mastery of fourth-dimensional travel, explorers from Orbsey reach Earth-and neither planet will ever be the same. Humanity is still a young and developing race in the year 1. To the visitors, humanity is a barbaric and wild race. What must humanity think of their new guests?
In rural China, a bright, ambitious young girl by the name of Sun Li I dreams of a life of fulfillment and even love. But when she begins to dream of a long life-of 285 years-on a distant planet, she could never had imagined that what appeared to be a dream was actually memories of a real life lived on Orbsey. Sun Li is not alone. She is one of countless humans who would be integrated into Orbsien society over the centuries; while many chose to stay, some did return to Earth.
This is their story and the first installment of The Star Series.