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By: Adrian Lee Baker


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Step into the haunting world of Havoc: The Rise of Ɖavo, where the brutal war that gripped Croatia in 1991 is just the beginning of a genocidal wave that threatens humanity’s very existence. But one man has been planning for this all along. To him, the Battle of Vukovar and the spread of violence symbolize an imperfect world that needs to be torn down and rebuilt from the ground up. He sees himself as a hero, a psychopath, an invincible death machine, and the next messiah prophesized by religion.

Havoc is the continuing saga of Ɖavo, a man bound by addiction and taboo, and his journey through the darkest depths of the human psyche. It is a rollercoaster ride through nightmares and twilight dimensions, where demons and monsters lurk around every corner. As Ɖavo’s plan unfolds, he travels deeper into the horrors of his own mind and unleashes Hell on Earth.

This thought-provoking and exhilarating tour de force explores humanity’s failings and the path that leads us towards oblivion. It delves into one man’s journey and the heinous acts he embraces to put things right, with a mantra that dictates ‘no prisoners, death to all, spare no one.’ But as the demons grow restless and impatient, the plan risks spiraling out of control.

Adrian Lee Baker lives in a small village outside Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leicestershire. He is fifty-three years old, married to Angela and has two daughters, Phoebe and Milly. His occupation is in teaching and works as a lecturer and trainer-assessor in further education. He likes country walking, mountain biking and is a Second Dan in the combat sport of kick-boxing. It has always been his ambition to write and have something published. He is an avid fan of both books and films, especially of the sci-fi and horror genres, and latterly, dark fantasy. Hence his writing style reflects the darker side of life. Favourite books include Nineteen Eighty-Four, A Clockwork Orange, Heart of Darkness, Dracula, Naked Lunch, and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.

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