Firadis [Arena]: A Novel of Genetic Revolution.

Firadis Arena A Novel of Genetic Revolution In Urodamis genetically engineered humans live enhanced lives with a price social engineering where the superior rule over the masses with mind altering Artificial Thought For the Malcodes those bor

  • Title: Firadis [Arena]: A Novel of Genetic Revolution.
  • Author: Callen Clarke
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 152
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In Urodamis, genetically engineered humans live enhanced lives with a price social engineering where the superior rule over the masses with mind altering Artificial Thought For the Malcodes, those born from incompatible strains, life consists of hiding from the Blood Lord, the apex super human whose rule requires the extermination of the unacceptable.Legendary FightmaleIn Urodamis, genetically engineered humans live enhanced lives with a price social engineering where the superior rule over the masses with mind altering Artificial Thought For the Malcodes, those born from incompatible strains, life consists of hiding from the Blood Lord, the apex super human whose rule requires the extermination of the unacceptable.Legendary Fightmale Vari Bren leads a team of eleven brave Malcode assassins into the heart of the enemy on Day One of the Interstellar Year 6119 But at his death it falls to his lover, Vengefem Sufiri Anas, to finish the mission of the Naqm Brotherhood and slay the Blood Lord in full view of the Universe Last survivor of a doomed mission, Sufiri must face her greatest fear, topple an interstellar genetocracy, and bring about the perfection of existence Firadis.

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    1. Imagine a world without pain and filled only with physical human beauty; every human inhabitant a specimen of good health and perfectly balanced physical traits. No disease, no sorrow, no crime and no aberrant behaviour. A world in which technology too has been near perfected to serve just about every need one could think of. Welcome to Annatiir, the heart of the Core and therefore the centre of the known universe in Callen Clarke’s Firadis (Arena).The reader is not introduced to this apparent [...]

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