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Tsar Wars - Part 2

OLGA ROMANOFF
OR
The Syren of the Skies

A SEQUEL TO

"THE ANGEL OF THE REVOLUTION"

BY

GEORGE GRIFFITH

(published 1894)
 

Complete with text and illustrations

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"Our empire is not bounded by the roofs of subterranean caverns, but only by the limits of the planet's atmosphere. We can soar beyond the clouds and dive beneath the seas. We have realised what he called the Vril force as a sober, scientific fact; and if I thought that you, for instance, were my enemy, I could strike you dead without so much as laying a hand on you. And if a dozen like you tried to overcome me by superior brute force, they would all meet with the same fate."

Over a century of peace follows the Armageddon of 1904 detailed in Tsar Wars Episode One - Angel of the Revolution.

The fifth generation of the Brotherhood of Freedom enforces the peace with flying ships and the mighty Vril-Force-until the last living child of the Tsar's line, Olga Romanoff, "beautiful beyond description and evil beyond comprehention," strikes back in revenge and plunges the world back into war.

CONTENTS.
PROLOGUE

Chapters.
THE SURRENDER OF THE WORLD-THRONE
A CROWNLESS KING
TSARINA OLGA
A SON OF THE GODS
A VISION FROM THE CLOUDS
DEED AND DREAM
THE SPELL OF CIRCE
THE NEW TERROR
THE FLIGHT OF THE "REVENGE"
STRANGE TIDINGS TO AERIA
THE SNAKE IN EDEN
THE BATTLE OF KERGUELEN
THE SYREN'S STRONGHOLD
FROM THE SEA TO THE AIR
OLGA IN COUNCIL
KHALID THE MAGNIFICENT
AN UNHOLY ALLIANCE
A MOMENTOUS COMMISSION
FACE TO FACE AGAIN
THE CALL TO ARMS
THE HOME-COMING
THE EVE OF BATTLE
THE FIRST BLOW
WAR AT ITS WORST
A MESSAGE FROM MARS
SENTENCE OF DEATH
ALMA SPEAKS
THE SIGN IN THE SKY
THE TRUCE OF GOD
THE SHADOW OF DEATH
THE LAST BATTLE
THE SHE-WOLF TO HER LAIR
EPILOGUE

 

 

 


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George Chetwyn Griffith-Jones (1857–1906) was a British science fiction writer and noted explorer who wrote during the turn of the century. His works appeared in magazines such as Pearson's Magazine. Griffith was never popular in the United States due to his political views, and though outsellling HG Wells was overshadowed by his fame.

Griffith was an explorer as well as a writer, and broke a record for travelling around the world; and he helped discover the source of the Amazon river.

Undeniably the most popular science fiction writer in England between 1893 and 1895.


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