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The Queen of Wales

Solar Minimum - Book 3

ByGreg T Meyers

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Scientists claim the world has experienced many near extinction events throughout its existence but they didn't know one was so near. In the third year of the post-minimum era, humanity, like many times before, licks it wounds and tries to rebuild society from the ashes and with a scant 10% survival rate. Chaos reins everywhere except in England where it's rumored that a semblance of law and order exist and most importantly, food. The seeming, invincible Toprak Esir Corporation knew of the coming catastrophe of which they were more than prepared for; they saw it as the ultimate opportunity to claim the throne of a desperate world. The King and his privy council's dream to redesign society based upon principles of peace rather than war, is interrupted by an invasion of hellhounds in the north and the return of the St. Vitus Dance plague in the south. Finding it impossible to govern a country without modern communications, the King reestablishes the Anglo-Saxon heptarchy, placing those with the purest Saxon blood on the thrones of England as it once did before. No sooner was Veronica placed on the throne of Wales, when winds of civil war demand she be given the English Crown. As makeshift mobs form armies, draw lines and choose sides, the King painfully learns the necessity of ruling with an iron fist like so many of his terrible ancestors. Despite his efforts, history is hell-bent on repeating itself. In addition to fighting a medieval war, he struggles between falling in love with Lady Veronica and killing her. As heroes go missing, secret alliances are forged and spiked heads adorn the Tower of London once more.

Details

Publication Date
Sep 16, 2023
Language
English
ISBN
9781794713512
Category
Fiction
Copyright
All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
Contributors
By (author): Greg T Meyers

Specifications

Pages
342
Binding
Perfect Bound
Interior Color
Black & White
Dimensions
Novella (5 x 8 in / 127 x 203 mm)

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