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Barbarians: Sons of the Shining Blast

By Belard Tapia All Rights Reserved ©

Scifi / Fantasy

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When Major Alistair McBain went into the secret underground facility in the Alaskan NORAD base that cold night of December 21, 2021 he knew he was the herald of doom…It was the end of the World as we know it. What he holds in a black metallic briefcase can do nothing to stop the forces unleashed upon Earth, but can be mankind’s last hope to prevail on the planet from a war that began 300 thousand years ago and will be decided in the future by the hand of one man. Is the year of the Lords 2921 and mankind is now just scattered tribes that live in constant war against each other. Savagery and barbarism are the law in planet Earth that has become dangerous and hostile, where the ancient knowledge from humanity’s once golden past, it is known just by a few enlightened ones. Darius the prince of the Angelicus tribe a warrior with a dark past embarks in a perilous journey to retrieve an ancient relic from the “Old World” that his father a sage and leader of the Angelicus tribe found and was allegedly stolen by a mysterious tribe known solely as “The People of the Mist”. Follow Darius’ adventure as he battles to retrieve the relic, he will find betrayal and love, and will end up fightin

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They come from a far country, from the end of heaven, even the Lord, and the weapons of his indignation, to destroy the whole land.

–Isaiah 13:5

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