Horus Theron is not your normal hero. He is of small stature, muscular for his size but not model proportioned. His build is for grace and speed instead of brute force. He sports a cropped haircut that stands up like a brush and sometimes slips back to his Southern Virginia accent.
Rus, to his friends, is calm and not emotional most times. He is as likely to ignore you as to talk to you even if you catch his eye. He is shy and introverted. Except for his work, he is nearly a shut in.
He is a killer to most around him. Cold, tactically thinking and quick to do his deed, Rus doesn’t pull punches and thinks nothing of some actions. He will kill any living thing without any remorse if it tries to harm him and the ones he loves or cares for. He sees himself as a Protector and a person that solves problems for the Elite, organizations and businesses. He belongs to a special group known as the Trinity Order of Blood. They are nearly untouchable.
He was good at his job and eventually became of high station and a member of the specialized group. He also was well paid.
What makes him a hero, you might ask? Well, he does the other things that make him loved and nearly worshipped by others.
Rus had more hopes than credits though. He wanted to fix up the bombed out slums, where others still lived, but in the current economy, even his money would do little there. He set up a company and began buying the surplus military ration packs and other gear civilians could use. This he took to the slums and other low class areas to distribute.
Rus’s personal life is a mess. In his time, females are a precious thing. If you find one, usually, they are chipped and possessed by the Elite. The few females he has known have run from him when finding out his profession. Because of his dislike of androids, he won’t have one of those, even when offered as a gift. They are not real.
Rus stays alone in his small house outside the city. His few hobbies include bowling, gardening, herbal medicine and weaponry. His loneliness is starting to get to him as much as the killing of these newer androids called SPUs.
When Rus finds a female, in the bowling alley that he frequents, with two males that wish to hurt her, will his protectiveness comes forward? Will he ignore her as he had others in the past? Is she going to lead him into something that can’t be possible for either of them? Can he let go of his past to live in this new present?
These are the questions to be answered in “Am I Real,” the book mentioned in USA Today, Happy Ever After section.Get your copy today at the links below.