Return of the Emperor

Return of the Emperor by 792

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The Eternal Emperor was dead, and the five members of the Privy Council ruled in his place. But they quickly discovered that their power would collapse around them if they didn’t locate the Emperor’s secret source of Anti-Matter Two, the economic keystone of the Empire. And so they sent a team of crack commandos to capture Sten, one of their late ruler’s few surviving confidantes. But Sten, as usual, had his own agenda. For he knew something about the Eternal Emperor that would shake the Empire to its foundations. And to play his part, all Sten had to do was kill the five most powerful beings in the universe.

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Biography: Born in Fresno, California 1943-12-22. As soon as the opportunity presented itself, he joined the army, underwent special training, fought in Vietnam and at the same time was a front-line correspondent for Stars & amp; Stripes ". After the Vietnam War, he edited samizdat rock magazines and wrote for any publication that paid for work - from "yellow" rags to magazines "Look" and "Rolling Stone", as well as for television. The success of the series Stan and Antero, co-written by Bunch and Allan Cole, allowed Chris to devote himself entirely to writing. In addition to fiction books, Bunch also wrote scripts for television series and programs. On July 4, 2005, after a long illness, he died at the age of 63....

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Biography: Born in Fresno, California 1943-12-22. As soon as the opportunity presented itself, he joined the army, underwent special training, fought in Vietnam and at the same time was a front-line correspondent for Stars & amp; Stripes ". After the Vietnam War, he edited samizdat rock magazines and wrote for any publication that paid for work - from "yellow" rags to magazines "Look" and "Rolling Stone", as well as for television. The success of the series Stan and Antero, co-written by Bunch and Allan Cole, allowed Chris to devote himself entirely to writing. In addition to fiction books, Bunch also wrote scripts for television series and programs. On July 4, 2005, after a long illness, he died at the age of 63.