The Warrior

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5.00 · 1 ratings · Published: Sep 9th, 1995 {{ book.ratingTitle }}
It’s the end of the world as they know it!

The planet Darklands doesn’t know this yet, but their days are numbered. Life as they know it is about to come to a violent end and they are not prepared for the battle that is about to take place.

Wildy is a gang leader in Darklands City, and he is the most notorious criminal throughout the land. His gang is so large, and so infamous, that he is considered both a military threat and a law enforcement threat. No human being outside of his gang has seen his face and lived to describe him.

In his final battle as Darklands City’s biggest gang, he faces the one being that could destroy him and who has come for that sole purpose. Wildy stands in front of Draygon, the second most powerful supernatural being on the entire planet.

As Wildy faces down Draygon, the Warrior appears out of nowhere and shows Wildy the one thing he never thought he had: his Soul. The Warrior saves Wildy’s life, and then disappears, asking nothing of Wildy. Yet this glimpse of his own Soul, seen through the eyes of the Warrior, leaves Wildy desperate to find his Soul, and to do so he must find the Warrior.

In his search for the Warrior, Wildy meets Rusty; a young man who has been sequestered in The Fortress of Light. Wildy’s meeting with Rusty is no accident, and while Rusty does not recognize the Warrior by that name, he does know him by another name. Wildy is stepping into dangerous territory, and the last thing he wants is a young neophyte on his hands, but the only way he will find the Warrior will be for him to take Rusty.

Soon these two are running a gang even larger than the gang Wildy ran in Darklands City. Together they would lead a new band with a worldwide reach. If Wildy thought he was notorious before, that was nothing compared to the fame and infamy he would see at this moment. He and Rusty would become both heroes and villains, depending on which side of this ultimate battle you wished to side.

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