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The Traveling Tyrant

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When Galactic Hotels finds itself prevented from annexing a world filled with rare animals just begging to be killed by rich hunters, they need morally reprehensible individuals to solve their problems. Mordid the Traveling Tyrant and his mercenaries are up to the task! However, betweeen Mordid's mission to claim the planet, his duplicitous employees, and his own character ...more
Paperback, 306 pages
Published April 1st 2011 by Createspace
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In the Travelling Tyrant: Paradisa Lost, the known universe is divided between immensely powerful corporate entities and a comparatively feeble Earth Government with the outer reaches of the Upper Arm inhabited by mercenaries, thieves and other undesirables. When a corporation exhausts all legal possibilities of evicting a group of religious settlers from the untouched, desirable planet Paradisa, the executives turn to the mercenary outfit, the Travelling Tyrant, to achieve their goal.

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The Traveling Tyrant tells the tale of what amounts to corporate espionage disguised as dark science fiction comedy. Or is it a science fiction tale disguised as a corporate thriller? Not quite sure, since it handles the influence of more than one genre with relative ease. The basic overview of this tale is that a representative of Galactic Hotels has presented to the board of directors the discovery of a pristine, paradise world relatively untouched by human hands, named, conveniently enough, P ...more
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