The Empire: Book Six of Seeds of a Fallen Empire

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The conclusion of the Seeds of a Fallen Empire series. The story tells of the founding of an intergalactic Empire that controls the galaxies. But there is one immortal alien who would destroy the Empire... More
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Words: 94,480
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310956133
About Anne Spackman

At the current time, I am a gymnastics coach and a writer of many types of fiction. I have a BA in English language and literature from the University of Chicago. I am half-American and half-Scottish. I spent many summers as a girl in Scotland, and moved to England at 16 where I finished high school at Bedford High School in Bedfordshire, England.

My first novel, The Last Immortal, I wrote more than twenty years ago. It is the first of six novels in the "Seeds of a Fallen Empire" series that was finished in 2000 and finally published as an e-book in 2010-2014 after many years of trying the traditional publishing route. I have also written one fantasy novel, Curse of the Dragon Kings, which was written in 1997 and published as an e-book in 2010.

As a writer, I started out writing mostly science fiction and also fantasy as I so much loved J.R.R. Tolkien as a girl. I also really enjoy historical fiction set in the days of ancient Rome, (and Egypt.) I am now writing more romantic and historical short stories.

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Review by: ellareed on Jan. 09, 2015 :
What a great end to the series! I thought this was Book 5 when I started reading it, but clearly it is the end of this series. There are a lot of mini stories woven together, surprising glimpses into the lives of characters we had previously taken for granted that add a whole new dimension to the story line...some that bring

tears, some that make you yell What?!? and then look around to make sure nobody heard you... After 5 books, you wouldn't think there could be too many surprises that would still be consistent with the story line, but it turns out that is not the case. Even with all the time travel, and people trying to go back and change the past, the unity of the story is still preserved. I don't want to give too much away, but you will be glad you read this; the ending is just beautiful, and wonderfully written. All I can say is thank you...
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