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Hell Struggle - 2018 #2

King Samuel Benson

Publisher: King Samuel Benson

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Summary

A New World born of an annihilated Earth... Five innocent teenagers caught up in a death game... A New Government with a dark, deadly mission... A young man who may be the key to redemption... A prophesy which transcends place and time... The most guarded secret of all time... What shattering otherworldly event took place eons ago, and now lies in a prophesy that must not be fulfilled? 
When death survivor Alex King, together with his electrifying companion Mercy Damalie, refused to sign the contract to dedicate their lives to the services of the New Government and walked out of the initiation ceremony, little did they know that they were triggering a powerful opposition that had lurked in the shadows for many centuries, waiting for his time on Earth. 
In a strange new world filled with werewolves, fiery alien creatures and cyborg soldiers, Alex must come to terms with his true identity. He races against time and Fate to save his widowed mother and half-sisters, while struggling to maintain the love and respect of the only girl that drives his passion. But there's something about Fate; if you refuse to follow it where it wants you to go, it will drag you there.

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