Spoils of War Episode 5: Kyra and Emma
THE 'SPOILS OF WAR' SAGA REACHES ITS EPIC CLIMAX IN THIS FIFTH AND FINAL EPISODE.
War is not disastrous for everyone. Igor Bleeny was having a rather good war: business at the Rose Garden slave market was booming, as looting, pillaging and mayhem spread across the Empire. Young Imperial women, bought from Atkoi raiders or other brigands, were now so commonplace that Bleeny had reintroduced the ancient practice of branding them upside down. The girls were strapped to a large wooden wheel which was rotated 180 degrees before the iron was applied. It was a popular attraction for visitors and locals alike. There was even a pleasure house in Akkad City stocked with some of the prettiest specimens from the subjugated worlds, all supplied by Bleeny's business. It was known as The Upside Down Girls and was a very popular venue for Akkadisi men (and occasionally women) wishing to enjoy an entertaining night out or vent their anger and hatred of the Empire upon the helpless, hapless pleasuresluts.
Meanwhile Amanda is plotting revenge, April is sold by the 'honeypot' where she was incarcerated into a kind of slavery far worse, Jemimah has an unpleasant ordeal when Nenuphar falls to the invading Atkoi and marauding berserkers pillage the Emperor's harem; and Kyra discovers her true destiny. For pleasure slaves and slave dealers, Emperors and Kzams, and concubines and their masters, the conclusion to this war will have some very unexpected outcomes.
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Style: Spanking and Bondage, Male Dom - M/F
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Published: 1 / 2019
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Greetings, friends of Akkadis! Welcome to the Henry Sparrowhawk author page.
Five years ago I gave up my rather boring job to do the work I had always wanted to do: writing. The result was the Atkoi War Trilogy and the Atkoi Slave Girl series. The new Spoils of War series contains rewritten, edited and extended stories from these books, divided into novella length episodes.
I began writing because I love good quality bdsm / domination literature. I wanted to create believable characters that the reader can empathise with, realistic situations and a good storyline. I also love the old science fiction classics: Asimov, Poul Anderson, Heinlein and Frank Herbert.
'Spoils of War' begins in the year 2999. Man has colonised the stars: his vast Empire encompasses a thousand inhabited worlds, but its rulers have become weak and complacent. On its borders are the Atkoi tribes, descendants of human settlers centuries before, who have long since reverted to barbarism. Now, for the first time, the Atkoi are united under a single charismatic ruler, Rurik, Great Kzam of All the Atkoi. As the Empire's ruling elite try to appease the Atkoi, their demands grow steadily greater. On remote planets on the fringes of the Empire, the innocent victims pay a terrible price for Empire's weakness. The Kzam has promised his followers rich pickings from the wealthy conquered worlds: land, plunder... and beautiful women, many of whom are destined for the slave markets of the rogue planet Akkadis, notorious for its slave brothels, harems and its Arena, where slave girls perform in degrading public performances.
The 'Spoils of War' series follows the stories of some of those slave girls as they submit to the realities of their new lives and adapt to their circumstances.
If this sounds like something from antiquity, from the days of Attila the Hun, perhaps, or Genghis Khan, you are of course right. But it is also happening today. And if man ever does conquer the stars, it will still happen. Civilisation is not inevitable. It rises and falls. Perhaps the whole of human history is the story of the conflict between civilisation and barbarism.
Enjoy reading the books! And do please write a review or make a comment. I welcome such feedback. I am particularly interested to know which characters and situations you enjoyed reading about most.
With best wishes,