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The 6th of Six: The Legend of Kimraig Llu
     

The 6th of Six: The Legend of Kimraig Llu

by J. K. (Keith) Wilson
 
This is an original Apocalyptic Sci-Fi novel.
"It is late summer, a short fifty years in the future."
The remnants of a long gone nation dare to survive in a shattered section of Manhattan. Their society is rapidly fading away as its gene pool refuses to produce males. Yet their people choose war, war to protect power. Split into five uneven camps, each group

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This is an original Apocalyptic Sci-Fi novel.
"It is late summer, a short fifty years in the future."
The remnants of a long gone nation dare to survive in a shattered section of Manhattan. Their society is rapidly fading away as its gene pool refuses to produce males. Yet their people choose war, war to protect power. Split into five uneven camps, each group protects their part of this devastated island.
BUILDERS are the survivors of professionals caught in highrise buildings when disaster struck New York. Females out-number males ten to one. As females, their goal is to control their future. A Queen's life is good; a Leader's better; Superior, the ultimate. Even a basic female Trooper reigns.
Males have no rights. They are objects used for a female's pleasure, or if they give no pleasure, simply discarded.
One position of honor exists, the Hunter: (an elite warrior). Hunters exist only to protect their Queen who is commander of a single battle group. Any other position is menial at best.
Life is cheap. Injured and sick are of no use, female or male-their destination is the compost heap.
Kimraig Llu, one lone male, defies them. Once an elite Hunter, he escapes the compost heap to challenge the Wicca, his all-female government. He has made himself indispensable as their construction superintendent. Under the cover of this assignment, he secretly assembles an Army to threaten their rule.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780989956413
Publisher:
Wilson Keith Books
Publication date:
03/11/2014
Pages:
362
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.75(d)

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