In a world of light versus dark, a bitter struggle for control of Spectross draws a galactic line between good and evil. The battle is one of simplicity. Evil takes refuge in a veil of darkness, and good must cross into the dark. Author B.A. Larremore chronicles both in his first novel, Spectross Wars: Raven and the Dove. Come and escape for a time in Larremore's epic tale. If you like swords, sorcery, guns, and gadgets, along with a vastly unique and limitless world to explore, this first of several books is for you. You will quickly find yourself impatiently waiting and scanning the shelves of your local bookstore for the next installment. Lose yourself in the creative genius of the world of Spectross, where war comes to every man's heart. We shall all fight in battle someday. When that day comes, whom will you serve?
The origins of a timeless blood feud are revealed in the second installment of the uncanny and enthralling Spectros series When a ship sinks off the coast of India, a lone survivor washes ashore—a mysterious young man from the American West. Taking refuge among the local nobility, the man falls in love with the daughter of the Yahif. But on the eve of her wedding, Kirstina is kidnapped by the sinister and supernatural Blackschuster. To save his beloved, the American immerses himself in the dark arts and is reborn as a mighty wizard: Dr. Spectros. In the last car of a train bound for the Old West, two railroad employees discover Kirstina inside a glass coffin, alive but trapped in eternal sleep. Blackschuster kills the porters and escapes with his prisoner as Spectros follows in close pursuit. With the help of a handsome gunslinger, a mute giant, and a knife expert, the doctor will rescue his bride from the clutches of evil or die trying. Luckily, he has a powerful weapon on his side: the ability to transform himself into Kid Soledad, master gunfighter.
A spooky and sinister army confronts Dr. Spectros in the swamplands of Mississippi The ship full of enslaved Africans arrived in Natchez just before the end of the Civil War. Freed by the Union army, the Telingas found themselves in a strange land whose language they did not speak and whose people they feared. The tribe fled into the bayou to make a new life with their old black magic—one so powerful it has brought the evil conjurer Blackschuster all the way from the West to the Deep South. On orders from his employer, Dr. Spectros, the gunslinger Ray Featherskill rides into Natchez. Seeking to avenge the kidnapping of his beloved Kirstina, Spectros has vowed to bring Blackschuster’s reign of terror to an end. Ray has just settled into his hotel room when bullets fly through the window, missing him by inches—the sinister magician is sending his enemies a message. When Spectros arrives, he and Ray venture deep into Telingas territory, where Blackschuster has joined forces with an army of the undead.
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This book consists of articles from Wikia or other free sources online. Pages: 51. Chapters: 1337 N00B5, Agara Wen, Allison Peno, Ashinka Li'ju Tere, Avithus Antilles, Azmiera Dashiri, BX-R-01, Barak Quall, Bruce Jammer, Chin Chaldak, Comes, Dargus Helranth, Derdram Zarek, Devin Mastruk, Dravis Blackwater I, Ensin Riky, Finn Ordo, Graal Seki, Grimhaul, Grovk, Gunra Asioer, Gura Kei, Halcorn, Haquwel, Illusion Legion, Jack Sparrow, Jack Tantor, Jayem, Jett Worrap, Kaffman, Ken, Kestus Arsann, Khar Ultor, Lance Roland, Largo Valenzia, Leia Antares, Lendi, Lyon Kiyanu, MG-A-01, Mera Dan, Mezo Nelon, Orange Rogues, Orion Forte, Osik De'Grear, Palum, Radar Spectros, Rim-Perth-Grranode, Rita, Sezeret Zerev, Shadow Thedark, Siva Kai, Sylvak, Tal Prine, Tesh Vohore, Three-Eye, Trugoy Nad, Tsunada Harkonen, Tybo Terrik, Tyree Tiberious, Valid Zanbone, Vel Deligal, Wolf Raiders, Wongata Kelvin, Z'arr, Zan Azar. Excerpt: The 1337 N00B5, also known as the Leet Noobs or simply the l33t, were a gang of pirates formed in the early days of the Clone Wars by Kaffman and Radar Spectros. The gang, founded in order to unlock Vergere's Holocron, which had been discovered by Kaffman's archeological team on Korriban, was an unorthodox pirate league, as its code of ethics was based on Jedi's light-sided perception of morality. The gang was led by Ilmar Grmek, a cunning, disciplined, though principled tactician who was unable to become an officer in the Republic Navy when the Clone Army was authorized. It communicated in secret using 1337, which neither the Republic nor the Empire could decipher with their decryption programs. The 1337 N00B5 started as a gang of three members, plus PK-10, a weather prediction and tactical analyst droid owned by Ilmar Grmek. During their first mission, the raid on the Jedi Temple, they enlisted the help of the Blood Karvers. Soon after, Wongata Kelvin and the crew of the Ancient also joined the 1337 N00B5 out of a life debt. The 1337 N00B5 would graduall...
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