Aramay was right; had always been right. The natives were hiding their true potential. Now, the Federation knowing the natives capabilities, will put an end to this small problem in one resounding blow.
However, the Strategy show currently dominates the populations’ thoughts and sensibilities. The natives have earned the peoples’ sympathy and admiration. And almost too late, the DCI realise their mistake. To quell growing descent from the populace, the Federation must perpetuate the myth that the natives are Federation rebels.
Yet Fion and Bryton, begin to realise the natives have a great deal more on their agenda than holding onto their way of life. A realisation they could be playing the Federation at their own game, but to what end?
Meanwhile, Her Royal Highness recognizes she is in a position to use the falsehood of rebel insurgents in advancing her own design ... and unwittingly upsetting the natives’ plans.
Aramay, while falling in love with the natives’ way of life, is yearning to meet that one person she has instantly fallen for. And it is here that she begins to learn about her own history which carries with it both sadness and joy.
The second of a far-reaching fantasy epic, The Janus Set, continues to reveal the story of Aramay’s life.