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In this sequel to The Apocalypse Script, the Seven Kingdoms of the Nisirtu have destroyed the modern world. There are no more nations or cities. The era of automobiles, telephones, computers, electricity and running water is now a thing of fond memory. The few humans who survived the Nisirtu’s wrath are in a constant battle against famine, plague, and anarchy.But the kingsIn this sequel to The Apocalypse Script, the Seven Kingdoms of the Nisirtu have destroyed the modern world. There are no more nations or cities. The era of automobiles, telephones, computers, electricity and running water is now a thing of fond memory. The few humans who survived the Nisirtu’s wrath are in a constant battle against famine, plague, and anarchy.But the kings and queens of the Seven Kingdoms did not know that a force of even greater power had ensnared them in their own trap. Now six of those kingdoms have fallen, too. Only the Fifth Kingdom remains, but even that once mighty power has been reduced to a single fortress, Steepleguard, hidden in the mountains above the ruins of Denver.The Fifth Kingdom’s plans to rebuild civilization are barely underway when Ben Mitchell, the reluctant Ardoon king, is trapped in a temple of alternating realities. Steepleguard faces a coup staged by a plotting duke from the east. Annasa Lilitu faces imprisonment as her champion, Lord Disparthian, seeks a mysterious treasure at Denver’s abandoned airport. The assassin-queen, Fiela, has her own problems, having led a dwindling army to the wastelands to combat a seemingly indestructible enemy.And yet it is the unseen enemy that is the kingdom’s greatest threat…...

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ISBN : 32201210
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 262 Pages
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  • Charles
    2018-10-15 13:49

    The continuation and second book the The Nisirtu is as well written as the first. The final script has came through and the world as we knew it is no more. The Nisirtu are in charge, or are they? The story hinges on more fantastical elements than the previous book. No longer is it about just the human race but now possible aliens/gods. While this might not be to everyone's taste, it is well written and keeps you wondering. No longer are you concerned with scripts, though there is still some running! You begin to question what is really going on in this world, where did the ancient language come from and where is Mr. Fort taking this story? It's a good read and a different style. Almost reminds me of George R. R. Martin, in the fact that you can't trust yourself into believing/knowing/guessing what will happen.This is Mr. Fort's story and he will tell it how he pleases, much to the readers delight.