Solar Minimum

Solar Minimum : Toprak Esir

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In year three of the post-Minimum era (2046), England painfully pieces together the basics of society in the wake of global mass-destruction caused by the Solar Minimum. In the relative peace after the Battle of the Thames and the annihilation of Toprak Esir, the King re-establishes the ancient Heptarchy, placing only those with the purest Anglo-saxon blood on the thrones of England, but history will not be denied. As the King's Privy Council fight amongst themselves on how to put down the winds of civil war, the St. Vitus Dance plague tears through Folkstone, leaving a trail of death, sorrow and superstition across the Kingdom. When the once undefeatable Ravenguard is routed on Holy Island by an unknown enemy, the King must make a quick and powerful statement to maintain control while he wrestles with his feelings for Lady Veronica, torn between loving and killing her. Like the ancient Hadrian wall, the runis of the M6 Motorway in Northumbria marks the boundary between England and the hellhounds. As the last army in the Kingdom marches north, their scant numbers are reduced even more after a violent civil war with Queen Veronica. History appears to be hell-bent on repeating itself while heros go missing and severed heads on spikes, adorn the Tower of London once again.show more

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  • Paperback | 524 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 33.27mm | 866.36g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514128004
  • 9781514128008

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