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Red Ant Riman Ellis

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The world fell apart, armies lost their military worth and governments collapsed. The world as we know it had changed. Environmental disasters altered the face of the Earth and the war divided every continent and country. The lands that managed to survive are acknowledged now as The Worlds and they're seeking allies. Though for a poor nation, its people could only seek survival.

Nigeriens, like other people in the African regions, have a journey ahead. Africa is being evacuated by Australia, nations are departing their homelands in hopes of leaving Death and its tragedies behind.

But it could all end right here, right now for them- in a brutal massacre.

Unless they figure out what the Fire Ants agreed route is.

Length

  • 83888 words
  • About 336 pages
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Swoon Index Ranking

  • Heat

    2

  • Tears

  • Laughs

    5

  • Thrills

    9

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4 comments on "Red Ant"

Nate on July 7, 2017, 10:18 a.m. said:

Nate


I like the descriptions and style. After a couple pages I was in love with it!

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Riman Ellis on July 9, 2017, 7:42 a.m. said:

Riman Ellis


Thank you so much for your feedback! It means a lot :D hope you enjoy the rest of the story if you haven't completed it already!

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threematches on April 20, 2017, 1:10 p.m. said:

threematches


I vastly enjoyed the relentless pacing, the realistic dystopia setting and the intricate political and cultural machinations woven into the story. The characters were beautifully drawn, warm and believable; the story was enthralling and remained with me long after I finished the book.

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Riman Ellis on April 20, 2017, 4:56 p.m. said:

Riman Ellis


I'm so glad to see you here! Thank you so much for your review. It's a thrill to know that you found the characters so fleshed out. What surprised me though is that this story made you laugh. I thought I needed to add lighter moments because it was almost always despairful and dark.
Thanks again! All the love ❤

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