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The End Tastes Like Pancakes - A Mythological Space Adventure - cover

The End Tastes Like Pancakes - A Mythological Space Adventure

Russell Nohelty

Publisher: Wannabe Press

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Summary

The Godschurch is gone. 
 
Its members have scattered throughout the galaxy. 
 
There is no hope left. 
 
The Godless have kept us on the run since destroying our base two years ago. We've hopped from planet to planet, trying our best not to be wiped out. 
 
Now, we finally have a lead. We know where they've moved their base, and we're ready to mount an attack. 
 
We don't have enough resources. We don't have enough men. We don't have enough gods on our side. 
 
But we have to take our shot.
 
It's the last one we might ever have. If we don't stop the Godless now, there will not be another chance. 
 
It's all or nothing, and the odds are stacked against us. 
 
If you like reinterpretations of mythology, non-stop action, and exciting battles, this is the book for you. 
 
Get it now. 

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