Oblivion Stone (Google eBook)

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Gold Eagle, Aug 1, 2010 - Fiction - 320 pages
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Spread across postapocalyptic North America, the nine great cities ruled by the alien-human hybrid barons have crumbled...ushering in not defeat, but a new epoch of alien rule of Earth. But their assault is threatened by a force of extraordinary humans, the Cerberus rebels, dedicated to freeing humanity from the aeons of slavery that the alien Annunaki race have placed upon it.

In Louisiana, a salvaged piece of sentient spaceship signals the beginning of the long-awaited second salvo. In the wilds of Saskatchewan, an Annunaki prince, genetically engineered as a machine of destruction, returns after 4500 years in solitary confinement to seek vengeance against the father who betrayed him. As the self-proclaimed new warlord of the Earth, his personal mission to harness its citizens to build his city and his army appears unstoppable...as does his hate-filled quest to destroy the god-king Enlil, the mighty father who spawned him in hate and fury.

  

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Review: Oblivion Stone (Outlanders #54)

User Review  - Jeremy - Goodreads

Tried this out on a lark, turned out to be a fun easy read. There's clearly a lot of history to the whole universe to the Outlanders series which I plan on delving into. Read full review

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Contents

Title Page
5
Epigraph Page
6
Prologue
9
Chapter One
12
Chapter Two
24
Chapter Three
40
Chapter Four
62
Chapter Five
77
Chapter Twelve
180
Chapter Thirteen
193
Chapter Fourteen
205
Chapter Fifteen
215
Chapter Sixteen
226
Chapter Seventeen
239
Chapter Eighteen
253
Chapter Nineteen
270

Chapter Six
94
Chapter Seven
104
Chapter Eight
121
Chapter Nine
140
Chapter Ten
155
Chapter Eleven
168
Chapter Twenty
284
Chapter TwentyOne
299
Chapter TwentyTwo
304
Epilogue
314
Copyright Page
317
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About the author (2010)

Jack Adrian began the Deathlands series back in 1986. But after the first few books, he was unable to continue, and Laurence James, AKA James Axler, took over the series. The series now spans over fifty novels, with Laurence James responsible for writing all the novels up to and including Eclipse at Noon. The other novels, starting from 'Stone Face' with the exception of 'Crucible of Time' have been written by other writers. James Axler is the house name for Gold Eagle Books.

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