1985—Dylan Brennan

Tepeyóllotl, the eighth hour of the night, creeps from the heart of the mountain in search of echoes. Hard unblinking eyes, pitiless obsidian beads, scan the terrain. Without warning he crouches with joined fists to bounce the floor of a megalopolis. In the eighth hour of the morning thousands of lives ended or defined by […]

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