The Four Kings
By Scott Spotson
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Published: Oct. 26, 2013
Words: 97,380 (approximate)
Four arrogant young wizards seize North America and assert control. The humans, as represented by Amanda Fullerton, must decide to fight back - or to be on their side. Along the way, the humans discover magic - to their delight, but also to their fear.
Today's world - skyscrapers, Internet cafes, and all - is in great turmoil. Economic doldrums have seized the entire world in the last several years, and powerful nations such as Pakistan and India are just about to unleash nuclear might upon each other. These troubled times have been labeled The Great Blight.
In response to the perceived failure of humanity to get its act together, powerful wizards have taken over the planet. In North America, four arrogant young wizards have set up a zone of governance for that continent. They unleash a harsh regime of "bread and circuses," vowing to drag Earth forward "kicking and screaming" in order to advance progress by "a hundred years," while at the same time thrilling the populace with their wizard games - the ultimate reality TV. Their appointed liaison to the humans, Amanda Fullerton, must soon decide which side of history she must support - or suffer the consequences.
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