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Description - Liberators by Dermoth Alexander Henry

London, 2030. Akiyah Abijah Junior tells us of a prophecy involving his gifted parents, Akiyah and Isis. In this snapshot of the future, all shades of Ebony people communicate in new ways, such as via telepathy and visual mobile receivers. A new world may become open to them and their people, with a way to returning to their motherland, but the far-right group, the KTP (Kill To Protect) want to prevent such a thing happening and kill those involved. Will Markus, the KTP assassin murder the most important people the Ebony race has ever seen, or will the Creator decide? Could Akiyah be the reincarnation of a long-ago ancestor, the greatest emancipator ever known, and call upon supernatural powers to help? Both sides are about to find out...Dermoth Alexander Henry, known as "the scribe", presents us with a new vision of the future in this dramatic and thought-provoking account of what happens when two races clash.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781785540356
ISBN-10: 1785540351
Format: Hardback
(198mm x 129mm x mm)
Pages: 211
Imprint: Austin Macauley Publishers
Publisher: Austin Macauley Publishers
Publish Date: 31-Aug-2015
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - Dermoth Alexander Henry

Inspired by his creator who blessed him with two wonderful parents, Dermoth Alexander Henry was born and raised in Highbury, North London. He first realised he had a gift with words when he was 18 years old to write and publish three books on poetry.