Set in the 54th century, the story focuses on Flint Cross, a gunslinger ripped from his roots in the Wild West and placed into the desolation of post-apocalyptic Australia. Plagued with amnesia and nightmares, he finds himself lost and on the brink of madness, doomed to forever wander an empty realm of war-torn souls.
But with the very fate of the universe in Flint's hands, the ancient forces of the aboriginal dreamtime are his only hope. Through seemingly endless experimentation, he must learn to recover his lost memories, raise an army, and construct a steam-powered, interstellar starship to locate and take down his enemy - all while working against the clock and resisting the slowly creeping insanity that threatens to keep him lost forever.
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the storyline keeping you guessing how his old and ned life would join
Flint as the whole tale revolves around him
flints morph to his powerful reality
A good and compelling tale combining local hero with historical giant of the revolution. i sometimes felt the action ended too quickly for my bloodthirst. however its gritty nature entertained throughout and was sorry when the curtain closed. Martin Wurst's narration felt he was simply reading the words on a page rather than telling a story, lacking hesitatin, modulation emphasisation until i felt he had got the story and it improved towards the end, (very like listening to Apples Siri when it reads out messages)