Firefly Light

Firefly Light

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R. L. Ray By Serpicus Updated Feb 24, 2016

In the not too distant future mankind's world has collapsed. The population of, what had been over 7 billion, has been reduced to a tiny fraction of that number. Nature has reclaimed most of what man had built. Time has been turned back to before the Industrial Revolution, and in some places, to the Dark Ages. Large tracts of the world are uninhabitable, poisoned by radiation and toxic chemicals. For all but a handful, modern conveniences no longer exist. Even warfare has been reduced to the use of muscle powered weapons. Although nearly wiped out by his own hand, mankind slowly recovers. Unfortunately, some seek to bring back the old ways, and bring a new darkness with them, a darkness that must be stopped or our species may permanently disappear from the universe. Only one small city, built by a visionary to survive the catastrophe, remains intact. 

The Firefly Light Series is about the life of an exceptional girl, born with a special mission to save mankind and what is left of our world. Of Japanese-American ancestry, her name is Keika, which means firefly light in Japanese. Accidental contact with a strange substance has transformed her into a warrior of unmatched ferocity, although she is not a natural killer. Her situation has forced her into the role of warrior, leader and national hero due to the fact that she is the youngest daughter of the country's king. She must contend with maturing in a broken world, and enemies from within, as well as a mysterious and powerful outside force bent on the conquest of what remains of her world. Some of the invaders seem to possess almost supernatural powers, and are reported to be led by a creature who calls himself a God. Somehow, she must find a way to protect her world from this creature and his minions.

  • action
  • adventure
  • post-apocalyptic
  • romance
  • strongfemale
robertlslater robertlslater Feb 26, 2016
I'll send you a note with some immediate feedback. 
                              You should keep writing. 
                              Rob