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Taken from his native world and the only existence he has ever known, Zamear Forester is suddenly forced into an existence of abject slavery where his life and the lives of his people are nothing more than the currency his captors deal in.

After witnessing countless acts of random cruelty and murder, Zamear decides he cannot allow his captors to go unpunished. While his peo...more
Paperback, 286 pages
Published 2003 by Equilibrium Books
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Lee Carlon is the author of The Bastard Cadre, a series of fast, fun, futuristic epic fantasy novels without the epic word count.

The Bastard Cadre includes elements of science fiction, mythology, and magic. The stories are set in post-apocalyptic Newterra where the True Gods treat the people like pieces on a game board in their never-ending wars. The world is populated with immortals, AIs, shape-s...more
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