Attack Of The Peackeepers

Page Publishing Inc
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 A fleet of starships carrying superhuman soldiers approaches the war-torn world of Materiea. Among them, a powerful young woman named Whitney seeks to uphold the teachings of her faith and fulfill the duties of her people, the Archon Peacekeepers.


The world of Materiea is a mysterious place. On this planet, Whitney not only discovers a strange conflict but learns of a vile corruption within the ranks her own people. Whitney must not only bring peace to the planet but also to Peacekeepers themselves.

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About the author

 Gray Navarre has worked as an actor and a graphic designer. He still listens to 80's Heavy Metal but also enjoys classical music, reads a lot of historical books and biographies, and spends way too much time on the internet. He graduated from the University of Southern California and currently resides in Los Angeles.

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Publisher
Page Publishing Inc
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Published on
Jun 8, 2015
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Pages
418
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ISBN
9781682130506
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Science Fiction / General
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