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  • Published: 1 October 2010
  • ISBN: 9781409096757
  • Imprint: RHCP Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 160

Armouron: Lying Eyes



Stand together. . . fight as one! The Armouron are ready to do battle!

THE ARMOURONElite warriors who banded together centuries ago to fight for justice and for freedom.

PLANET EARTHUnder the control of a huge corporation, led by the power-mad Chairman.

THE CADETSTrainee gladiators at the Nu-Topian Academy – where something is very, very wrong.

SALTThe grizzled old master of the armour workshop, with a secret in his past.

THE STORYOn a training mission in the city at night, the Armouron come across a massive war machine standing in the middle of the city’s largest park. Thinking it must be a hologram, as there is no other way it could have landed without anybody noticing one of them throws a stone at it. It responds by turning its guns on him and blowing a hole in the spot where he was standing a few seconds earlier.Chaos ensues. The machine had been put in the park to test an experimental cloaking device. It had treated the stone throwing as an attack and deactivated the cloak to use its weapons. The White Knights descend to enforce order and the park is cordoned off…

  • Published: 1 October 2010
  • ISBN: 9781409096757
  • Imprint: RHCP Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 160

About the author

Oisin McGann

Born in Dublin in 1973, Oisín McGann spent his childhood there and in Drogheda, County Louth. Art college ruined any chance he had of getting a real job, so when he left in 1992, he set himself up as a freelance illustrator. In 1998 he moved to London, and through no fault of his own he ended up working in advertising as an art director and copy writer. After three and a half years he began to fear for his immortal soul. He returned to Ireland in the summer of 2002 much as he had left it - with no job, no home and some meagre savings.

Ever the optimist, he now works once more as an illustrator and mercenary artist by day and escapist writer by night.

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Praise for Armouron: Lying Eyes

...the reader can't but think it's all a little like 'Clint Eastwood for kids'.

June Edwards, Inis (Ireland)

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