Pax Britannica | Heaven's Command

By Eddie Blanche

Draft 1 Posted Date: 8/3/2011

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About the Book:

"There is only darkness, Inside and out, we are all at one with the void. Long after he set his sights on heaven, Long after he punctured the ethereal sky and forged his vast empires – Man shall walk his final path. Through the fires of hate and sins of a species, he descends into perdition. I am the Imperial son. I have watched the tree grow to bear the fruits of war; I have seen the evil of men consume worlds. I stand with the fallen, idle as the proud body of man chokes and retches on that mortal taste. Watch willingly as he drags us back into chaos. And there is only darkness."

About the Author:

Eddie Blanche was born in London in 1987. After making submissions for screen and radio to the BBC, he is now focusing on the production of his first novel.

Author's Note:

When Britain first, at Heaven's command Arose from out the azure main; This was the charter of the land, And guardian angels sang this strain: "Rule, Britannia! rule the waves: "Britons never will be slaves."

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