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In the City of Tomorrow

eBook (PDF), 242 Pages
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When the ancient artificial life form known as the Poneri make an appearance, the Stryker twins are forced to battle them before they can travel on to the 73rd century. No one else in the 19th century has the ability to fight this evil menace - and no one else can help them. These two girls are all that stand between the Poneri and the Ranger civilization, but what they don't realize is just how high the stakes actually are. If they fail they will not only doom the Rangers, but they will also sacrifice the very future of humanity.
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  • By David Ethell
    Apr 12, 2012
    Stryker #2 picks up with the already fast pace set in book #1. We find the Stryker twins struggling to understand what has just happened to them, who the Sentinal is and why are they being attacked by the shadow beings called the Poneri. The action is thrilling and the ending keeps the momentum going into book #3. You'll enjoy the sci-fi technical aspects and the alternate history of the earth, but even more you'll appreciate the unfolding of an even grander story of our future in heaven.
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Product Details

Edition
First Edition
Published
September 29, 2011
Language
English
Pages
242
File Format
PDF
File Size
702 KB

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