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The Crystal Empire
     

The Crystal Empire

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by L. Neil Smith
 

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Earth is ruled by three mighty empires: The Saracen-Jewish Empire led by the Caliph of Rome, the Mughal-Arab Empire, ferocious in its determination to destroy its neighbor, and the great Sino-Aztec’s Crystal Empire, led by a living God.

Little is known about the Crystal Empire, which spans most of western America. But it is the most powerful force

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Earth is ruled by three mighty empires: The Saracen-Jewish Empire led by the Caliph of Rome, the Mughal-Arab Empire, ferocious in its determination to destroy its neighbor, and the great Sino-Aztec’s Crystal Empire, led by a living God.

Little is known about the Crystal Empire, which spans most of western America. But it is the most powerful force surviving on Earth and its might is unchallenged.

One man, however, will change that. Sedrich Sedrichsohn, a legendary fallen fighter, has a chance at redemption and nothing will stand in his way to reclaim his life and his purpose, even if he must fight the Sun-God himself.

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Impressively Imagined
The Chatanooga Times
A vibrant, science-fiction epic filled with verve, dash and inventive characters. It’s creative, and it’s fun, a fine bit of escapist fare for winter reading

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012316394
Publisher:
Phoenix Pick
Publication date:
03/27/2011
Sold by:
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Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
378
File size:
453 KB

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The Crystal Empire 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Pretty good parallel world scenario, based on.the premise that Christian Europe died in the black plague and other empires arose in its place.  Unlike some of Smith's other books, which can be Libertarian tracts masquerading as fiction, this one is pretty pure adventure.