Warning: This book contains gratuitous violence and adult content, harems, reverse harems, massively oversized members, breasts galore, and ample blood. You might cringe, you will laugh, and hell, you might even cry. We refuse to apologize for any of it.
More over-the-top violence, harem fun, and awesomeness as one man fights against a deathly conspiracy and one woman seeks justice.
Letha plans to ascend to Planet Paradise Fourteen, where she will finally have her revenge. If only this planet were everything it appeared to be on the surface, instead of the golden-framed and crystal-distorted mirror image of Planet Kill. They still have their sex parties, their fighting competitions, and even a sport that is in a way a shrine to everything she tried to leave behind. Along the way, she’ll find an old friend, meet new lovers, and have her chance for revenge.
Pierce is forming his harem and is now a major player on Planet Kill. He’s taking control and saving lives. Only, along the way he discovers that Planet Kill isn’t exactly what it appears. There’s a conspiracy brewing, one that threatens the nature of humanity.
The Soundbooth Theater team for this production:
Yvonne Syn – Narration
Jeff Hays – Trunk, Pierce, and the Rest of the Male Cast
Richard Smith – Proofing
Nicholas Shoup – Editing and Mastering
Griffin Malnar – Sound Design and Music
Jamie Hawke is an author, videogame writer, and screenwriter. His videogame writing credits (under the pseudonym Justin Sloan) include work on such titles as, Game of Thrones, Tales from the Borderlands, and The Walking Dead. He spent five years in the U.S. Marine Corps and has written such books as Supers: Ex Heroes, Psychobitches, and Planet Kill.