Five Warriors Fight To Take Back A Subjugated Nation
The Tera-Ninja are a race of genetically-modified superhuman warriors trying to reintegrate into a society that hates and fears them. Thirteen years ago, betrayal led to the collapse of an empire that was sympathetic to the warrior race. Now, the paths of five young survivors, some Tera-Ninja and some human, collide through unpredictable events. As some seek truth and others seek revenge and redemption, will their journey lead them to the salvation of the world or its destruction?
Though based in a fantasy setting, the novel grapples with themes centered on human drama; the heroes realize they must rely not only on their special abilities, but find strength through their beliefs and convictions if they are to overcome evil.
"Despite the superhuman abilities, it is a very human story that brings together unique personalities in unexpected ways," Tiwari adds. "Their differences and motivations will either bring them together to vanquish a common enemy or tear them apart."
"Children of the Fallen Empire"
By Killian Tiwari
Hardcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 546 pages | ISBN 9781532022272
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 546 pages | ISBN 9781532022265
E-Book | 546 pages | ISBN 9781532022289
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Killian Tiwari was born in Washington, D.C., the son of immigrant parents from Guyana. After graduating from law school, he became a consultant and an entrepreneur and, in the process, pursued his old hobby-turned-passion of writing. He currently lives in the Washington, D.C., area. "Children of the Fallen Empire" is his first book in a planned series.
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