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Last of the Ghost Lions - Novel of Project Einherjar

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I said a while back that I was expanding the story of the mod into another book. I uploaded the first act of this book onto Tapas for a novel contest. You can read it here.


A robot apocalypse looms on the horizon…


After surviving a robotic drone attack in her own neighborhood, Juno gladly accepts the dangerous task of hunting the drone’s creator and bringing him to justice.  As the only surviving member of the notorious Ghost Lion commando unit, she’s the ultimate hunter.


Her mission takes her back to Jotunheim for the first time since the end of the war, where she quickly finds herself unwelcome everywhere she goes: from a land of femnazis and male slaves, to a macho dictatorship where women soldiers are forbidden, culture shock becomes the least of her worries. The trail leads to an old enemy who has a few bones to pick with Juno…and will take her pick of those bones from Juno’s corpse.



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In the four years she had been the facility’s warden, Juno had seen all kinds of clients: abusive foremen, lonely old maids, military recruiters, and curious girls looking to celebrate their eighteenth birthdays. She had rented stock to politicians, police captains, single mothers, and even her own valkyries. She had signed for her men to be subjected to eugenics tests, medical experiments, military drafts, and violent sporting events.


She had never served the despot of a neighboring city before. Nor had she been politely asked to inventory and surrender all of her homosexual males. The letter from Gaulheim had done just that, after praising Juno’s service to the state for several purple paragraphs.


Juno grunted. “I have better things to do with my time than entertain an entitled dinosaur with a bloated ego.”


“Shoulda replied to her letter, then.”


“I couldn’t be bothered to put ‘Fuck Off’ on a postcard.”

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This is extremely well-done. 


I could easily see this turn turn into a stand-alone film, because the writing on display here is just that excellent. 

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