Dr. Ryndeel Drinns wins her dream job at CenBioTech. But soon discovers something horrific, and tries to hide it. She is alarmed to learn that her employer has found it, turned it into a weapon and offered it to the Lledumarian High Council to solve their technical bondage to the Cuians. She will stop at nothing to find someone to stop him, before the world she knows is destroyed. More
A thousand years ago the Cuians ruthlessly subjugated the Lledumar, and a defeated duke declared a vendetta against his Cuian subjugators. And for a thousand years the Lledumar have toiled to bring about emancipation, but failed at every attempt. Now a new breed of Lledumar has appeared, and will stop at nothing to achieve emancipation for the Lledumar. They believe their time has come, and have dedicated their lives to seeing emancipation in their life time. Only one thing can prevent them, a biomedical scientist by the name of Dr. Ryndeel Drinns, who having made a horrific discovery tries to hide it from her employer, Alton Rhizikh, the director of CenBioTech. But her employer turns out to be the leader of the Lledumarian Freedom Forum, the group dedicated to achieving emancipation for the Lledumar. And a game of cat and mouse enuses when Drinns decides she must find someone to stop him from using her discovery as a bargaining chip to achieve emancipation from the Cuians. But the game is deadly, and, with her life in danger, she turns to the one place she thinks she'll find someone to stop Rhizikh, the Empire's Provincial Investigative Bureau. However, the universe is far more complicated than she came imagine, and with the help of a senior Provincial Investigative Bureau man called Clynne Raxxman, together they embark on a mission to stop Rihzikh that will test their nerve, and their belief that science can solve their problems and the law can justify them.
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The Lledumar suffered greatly when they were subjugated by the Cuians in a nasty twist of fate. They had to wait a thousand years of repression before they gained their promised freedom, not because the Cuians had seen the error of their ways but because the Lledumar had no other choice. Not without bloodshed. When the bloodshed stopped, there were yet new surprises waiting for them, testing their new found freedom. The new surprises were just as nasty as the old ones. They quickly learned that their new found freedom would be a short-lived mirage, realising true freedom did not come without further sacrifice, which waited for them on the not-to-far horizon of their new age.