Starred Tower

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Starred Tower
Author : Ryan Debruyn
File Size : 48,7 Mb
Publisher : Unknown
Language : English
Release Date : 06 April 2021
ISBN : 9798728342359
Pages : 616 pages
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Starred Tower by Ryan Debruyn Book PDF Summary

The apocalypse began with an internal cancer-like growth. A new organ formed, and Towers sprouted from the Earth. All worldly knowledge upended. No explanation or rules given. So, humanity made its own... Jeff Smith was born over a century after "The Rise," the historical name for the day that seven indestructible mechanical towers rose like spiraling drills. Earlier that month, everyone on the planet was given the potential to be something more, to live forever-to be a superhuman. Like everyone else, Jeff wants to cultivate his God Liquid and join the immortal rankers as they conquer the Northern Tower and capture riches beyond imagining. What better life could there be? Unfortunately, for twenty-one years, Jeff hasn't been allowed to cultivate thanks to his tyrant of a mother-thanks to Leah. Then, on the day he is going to escape, a powerful guild on a manhunt attacks Leah's group of scavengers, and Jeff is thrown through a very unique dungeon portal- a portal that hasn't been used in nearly a hundred years. When spells and skills unleash chaos, a special blue screen powers up, and Jeff's journey begins.

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