Bluebird

Bluebird A thirteen year old girl in a futuristic setting after a year of rigorous cult programming and systematic abuse at the hands of a brutal paramilitary organization finds herself installed as a deity re

  • Title: Bluebird
  • Author: Tempel ov Blood
  • ISBN: 9780997836363
  • Page: 289
  • Format: Paperback
  • A thirteen year old girl in a futuristic setting after a year of rigorous cult programming and systematic abuse at the hands of a brutal paramilitary organization finds herself installed as a deity representing the embodiment of chemical and radiological warfare in a disease ridden DMZ type border area between the paramilitary organization with whom she enlisted and the gaA thirteen year old girl in a futuristic setting after a year of rigorous cult programming and systematic abuse at the hands of a brutal paramilitary organization finds herself installed as a deity representing the embodiment of chemical and radiological warfare in a disease ridden DMZ type border area between the paramilitary organization with whom she enlisted and the gateway to areas of unknown nuclear war devastated territories from which she came In the sequel to the narrative that began with IRON GATES, this volume descends deeper into the cult of the commandant its myriad conspiracies, layered agendas and internal practices as well as a revealing of the hitherto secret origin points of the organization and the hideous despots at its helm Contains extreme graphic content.

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    1. All in all: There is content here and talent to make a great book. But too much confusion to put it together with finesse.In some parts, it look as if the writing has improved a great deal since the first book, in others, we see a return to crude pandering and abuse of TERMS and ways of expression that stick out as kitsch in the midst of the pulp fiction wordiness that was the staple of Iron Gates. However, where Iron Gates maintained a certain razor sharp attack in its pacing, without every rev [...]

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