Her Eyes Were Crimson Red

Her Eyes Were Crimson Red

by Adrian P.

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Overview

The Siege of Nagisawa Towers is finally over with Nagisawa Corporation triumphant. Or are they?

Omega Kepler remained a threat as their clients renewed their contracts to finish off Nagisawa Corporation. Now armed with their elite squad - Dragon Team - Jane Drake led her mercenary company into a new battlefield: The underwater megalopolis Jayabharata, Planetary Capital of Varuna.

Crown Prince Horlix remained in pursuit of Henrietta's killer, and he finally identifies the mercenaries' client. But his move stalled. The culprit he's looking for has been someone really close all along.

Who will triumph in the final battle between Nagisawa Corporation and Omega Kepler? How will the crown prince bring justice to Henrietta without triggering a political chaos?

What is the true nature of Jane Drake's power? And how will Audi Prabian deal with it?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781535451932
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 07/28/2016
Series: Silent Assassin , #2
Pages: 326
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 7.99(h) x 0.68(d)

About the Author

An enthusiastic storywriter since childhood, Adrian P. has drawn tons of storyboards and comics throughout his school years. He used to believe in kindness that prevails all, happy endings, and good's triumphs over evil. No more. During his university years he fell in love with dark stories. Fall of heroes. Worlds where flowers aren't stronger than guns. That was when he decided to be serious about writing, and began his first series: The Silent Assassin.

His influences include: The Japanese George R.R Martin: Gen Urobuchi, The Great Nihilist: Friedrich Nietzsche, and the father of Realpolitik: Niccoló Machiavelli.

When he's not busy spreading despair and agony in his novel's universe, Adrian P. spends his time learning new languages, exercising, and smiling bright at the beautiful world.

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