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Planet Moloch: The Guild of Unrelenting Truth

Planet Moloch: The Guild of Unrelenting Truth

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by J Ella
     
 

Planet Moloch: The Guild of Unrelenting Truth is a short story about a reluctant torturer. The Guild is formed as a result of a wave of violent anarchy. People are frightened and acquiesce to a Global police force with unlimited power of rendition, interrogation and execution.
The Guild uncovers and unravels a sinister network known as Magog. With the capture

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Planet Moloch: The Guild of Unrelenting Truth is a short story about a reluctant torturer. The Guild is formed as a result of a wave of violent anarchy. People are frightened and acquiesce to a Global police force with unlimited power of rendition, interrogation and execution.
The Guild uncovers and unravels a sinister network known as Magog. With the capture and execution of the top of the Magog pyramid comes the revelation of Thanatos -- a shadowy master planner and coordinator of a large planetary cabal.
The Guild develops a chemical compound that allows the transfer of memories from brain tissue. The Master Torturer is the test subject for the compound. With the influx of new memories he struggles to keep his identity and sanity while using the memories of the other to track down Thanatos.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011241840
Publisher:
J Ella
Publication date:
02/24/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
250 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Born in the late 50's. I breezed through the Cold War and era of Mutually Assured Destruction with the oblivious mind of a child. When I emerged from the bubble I realized that both Einstein and Hendrix had passed away... Now that I am in my 50's I find that I must re-inhabit that oblivious space of my childhood. Only now I must carry on without the Friendly Giant to guide me.

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