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Red Serpent: The Falsifier

science fiction novel by Delson Armstrong

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  • Sep 26, 2010
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Red Serpent: The Falsifier, by Delson Armstrong, is a really interesting science fiction novel.
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review by . September 26, 2010
First of a series, this far-future tale is about humanity really needing a savior. In the 34th century, humanity has lost the war against vampires from the planet Migra, and have been exiled to Regnum, a giant spaceship in Earth orbit. The vampires, living on Earth, plan to harvest the humans for their blood. John Howe is the "President" of Regnum. His nephew, Alex, has grown up in the shadow of his famous father, who united the scattered remnants of humanity, and whom Alex never knew. …
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ISBN-10: 0982952309
ISBN-13: 9780982952306
Author: Delson Armstrong
Genre: Science Fiction
Publisher: 9ine Inc.
Date Published: 2010
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