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The Flight of the Condor - Volume One #1 - cover

The Flight of the Condor - Volume One #1

L.E. Mullin

Publisher: L.E. Mullin

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Summary

You will have your revenge. The cost?  
Your life.  
Your sanity.  
Your soul. 
 
Apu Kuntur, the Incan Condor God, flights over the skies of Victoria City following a young man.  
 
That man is Wayne Huaman, the son of a Peruvian adventurer and a German archeologist that try to find an ancient buried city. When a mafia boss kills his parents, Wayne becomes one with Apu Kuntur to hunt the killer.  
 
But when he finds the truth about what lies behind the door to the buried city and about the plans Apu Kuntur has for him, it might be too late for young Wayne to save what's left of himself.

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