Glory of the Amazons

Glory of the Amazons

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by Erik C. Martin
     
 

Bagwar's Run is the largest, filthiest, most dangerous city in the world. The council of gangs has as much influence over goings on as the lord mayor. The meanest, dirtiest, spittingest gang in the Run is The Wizards. Enter Glory, fresh from the frigid north. She finds herself at the head of The Amazons, an all-woman gang, and consequently right in The Wizards&

Overview

Bagwar's Run is the largest, filthiest, most dangerous city in the world. The council of gangs has as much influence over goings on as the lord mayor. The meanest, dirtiest, spittingest gang in the Run is The Wizards. Enter Glory, fresh from the frigid north. She finds herself at the head of The Amazons, an all-woman gang, and consequently right in The Wizards' sights. A Bagwar's Run short story.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940032979432
Publisher:
Erik C. Martin
Publication date:
01/09/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
403,158
File size:
120 KB

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Meet the Author

Erik Martin is a native Clevelander who currently lives in Southern California. He's worked in social work, law enforcement, and even spent a few months delivering singing telegrams in the 80's. In 2005, he left Cleveland for North Carolina. And in 2010, he moved to sunny San Diego.Erik has recently released his first e-novel, Dexter of Pozzelby. Besides self published shorts of various genres on Smashwords and Kindle, he has also been published in Frontier Tales online magazine and 'A Year in Ink' anthology volume 4.

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Glory of the Amazons 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really liked this book. I also wished that it was longer, and that the women were victorious in the future! Good job. J..... :)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved the plot, and the characters! My only wish was that this was a longer book.