Rominus by Jonathan Amaret

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For more than 11,000 years they have secretly ruled the Earth through an ancient society known as the Rominus Empire, bringing death and order to an already decadent world. Yet within this kingdom is an ancient prophecy that foretells of an imminent civil war between clans fated to spark the end of the human race and of the king destined to stop it. There are those clandestine few who believe in the coming of this new ruler and have conspired to find him only in vain. But now, after centuries of searching and waiting, it is he who seeks them, not for peace or power, but for revenge.

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Jonathan Amaret was born in Houston in 1984. Throughout his professional career he has earned numerous achievements in transportation, aviation, aerospace science, fine arts, and cinema, including the notable titles of Presidential Scholar, NASA Texas Aerospace Scholar, and licensed aviator at the age of seventeen. As a filmmaker, his projects have headlined with distinguished casts including renowned Academy Award, Golden Globe, Emmy, and Grammy award winners. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in film, television, and media studies from California State University in Los Angeles where he lives and works as an author, screenwriter, actor, and producer.
Published October 1, 2011 by Creative House Int'l Press, Inc.. 530 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction

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Aside from the brooding, self-doubting hero, the rest of the predatory nosferatu ensemble all seem to come in two flavors—bad guys and really, really bad guys—each more sinister and brazenly sadistic than the last.

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