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Empire Africa Richard Geffken

Empire Africa

Richard Geffken

Published July 19th 2013
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Kindle Edition
312 pages
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The year is 2008. In the heart of the African continent, lead by an underage Empress (in name only), the Imperial Prussian African Empire has been isolating itself for more than a hundred years while they quietly have surpassed everyone in everyMoreThe year is 2008. In the heart of the African continent, lead by an underage Empress (in name only), the Imperial Prussian African Empire has been isolating itself for more than a hundred years while they quietly have surpassed everyone in every scientific field. The last documented landscape imagery of the isolationist country took place in the 1960s from a U.S. intelligence asset. Massive magnetic disturbances block all prying eyes, in the modern era, with the world having little interest. While the world fights amongst each other, the Empire secretly builds a military force greater than anything ever imagined, with one ultimate goal secretly in mind. The Empire stays completely silent, never interfering with any world affairs, until a fateful terrorist attack on June 16, 2008. Iran, being responsible for the attack, unwittingly causes the beating heart of a global war to be set in motion. This is a war that shall end the lives of hundreds of millions. The Empires real leader, Lord Fredrick, has more problems than he knows what to do with, in regard to his personal and political life going into the war. Lord Fredrick is the young Empress only real ally in the vipers’ nest that has become his countrys political normalcy. Fredrick’s heart is torn to fragments in the events that will follow in this sea of conflict. He desperately tries to seek a balance with those he loves so dearly and the political realities. Yet, his love for his newly minted family will be threatened at every turn, due to the desires of others. Political intrigue, war, human rights, sex, and violence will surround Fredricks every move forward to, hopefully, protect the ones he loves. The brutal meritocracy, in which the nation operates, combined with its oligarchic society, leaves no breathing room for the young Fredrick to work in. This is the world of Empire Africa, where success is richly rewarded and failure is cruelly punished.