Faction Paradox: The Book of the Enemy
The Great Houses hold chains that bind time and space. They are the Namers and the Makers, of all that is. Their power is incalculable. And they are at War.
But the nature of their Enemy has always been shrouded, in mystery, in enigma, perceived through mirrored labyrinths seemingly constructed as much by the Great Houses as the Enemy. Why?
Perhaps now the secrets of the Enemy can be revealed. Or perhaps not.
Experience the ravaged memories of those who have met them in War.
The Annotated Autopsy of Agent A by Simon Bucher-Jones
Cobweb and Ivory by Nate Bumber
The Book of the Enemy by Andrew Hickey
T.memeticus: A Morphology by Philip Purser-Hallard
The Short Briefing Sergeant’s Tale by Simon Bucher-Jones
A Bloody (And Public) Domaine by Jacob Black
Life-Cycle by Grant Springford
First Draft by Nick Wallace
Eyes by Christian Read
We are the Enemy by Lawrence Burton
Timeshare by Helen Angove
A Choice of Houses by Simon Bucher-Jones
Houses of Cards by Lisa Sarah Good
The Enemy: The Hole in Everything by Simon Bucher-Jones
The Enemy of My Enemy Is My Enemy by Jay Eales
No Enemy But Despair by Simon Bucher-Jones
The Map and the Spider by Wilhelm Liebknecht