Pitus Peston is really on the spot. Returning to Earth to save it from corstet, an alien life prolonging plant, he gets captured by the army and is in a military base in the Nevada desert being debriefed on all of his advanced technology. When they are done, what will they do with a 235 year old man who has knowledge of extraterrestrials? They seem to have only two cruel choices. Will they keep him a permanent resident in some “Area 51” type place, forever cut off from the world, or just make him part of the Nevada landscape? On the other side of the galaxy, Peston's alien friends, Calnoon and Kinar, two of three alien exiles whose ship Pitus discovered in the Arizona desert in 1811, and Orban, a renowned Oman official and scholar, wonder what is keeping Pitus from returning to them. Pitus is also in the sites of the third exile, Rohab, now a high ranking agent of the FBI, who has been trying to finish off Peston for nearly two centuries. If this weren't enough, there is also a ruthless crazy alien of the enemy planet Haldan, who wants nothing so fervently than to kill Peston, and is willing to travel across the galaxy to do it. This feeling is mutual of course, and is about to get intensified by the actions of this Haldi, and so starts the story of PITUS PESTON AND THE VENDETTA.