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In the year 2272, a technologically advanced African civilization has formed, and the West has fallen due to global warming and political tension. In this year, East Africa is tearing apart, and tensions are brewing due to a major earthquake caused by the splitting of the Great Rift.

As more and more people suffer, large numbers have turned to crime and violence. In these sad times, the area has become ripe with fear and darkness. But out of this darkness, there is an animal that lives by night, but he is the beacon of light that this town needs. He goes around righting the wrongs and has his sights set on cleaning up for good. He is the red leopard.

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©2020 Edward Thornton (P)2020 Edward Thornton

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Epic and Creative

I loved this book it was creative, well written and full of action. I was absolutely hooked on this rollercoaster ride of full fledge mayhem. The characters are relatable and charismatic. The monsters are absolutely creative. Maxx Pinkins did a remarkable job as the narrator he kept me hooked into the story. I highly recommend this book if you love books filled with non stop action.

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needs work

the story can be a good one. the author rushed this. he needs to work on his character development and let things unfold in his story. it feels rushed.