Mutants of Bain

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AuthorHouse, Jan 26, 2011 - Fiction - 308 pages
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The growing population of Meta-humans/Mutants had become the growing cause of great concern for the U.S government and the human American population at large, so the government established a mutant research and educational facility on a small U.S territory, the Caribbean Island of Bain, for the purpose of studying and educating young mutants so that they could become useful and responsible American citizens. Not long later, the facility, staff, mutants and the entire island vanished from the face of the earth, along with several of America's top scientist and military personnel. That was five years ago, but now Bain Island has reappeared and one hundred and fifty years has past on the island and now the native humans need help. A human utopia, built at the expense and suffering of generations of mutant slaves, has been violently overthrown. In its place is a powerful mutant society dominated by ferocious female headed clans backed by a savage male warrior caste...and now the humans bow low! To the American President and people, the mutants and island are of the United States. They must surrender their sovereignty, land and technology. The human slaves must be freed! The mutant queen and her warriors do not agree.

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