The Fury of Inanna


The Fury of Inanna
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About Regby Dornik - The Fury of Inanna

Previously Petrey and his group had teamed up with Regby and his clan of Annunaki to defeat Inanna in a great and terrifying battle under the island of Surtsey in the North Atlantic.

Inanna is wanting revenge for this humiliation and with more of her kind newly arrived she plans the destruction of all of Regby’s clan who have now split up and living underground in isolated locations around the world.

Petrey had returned home to Mumbai and it is nine years since the epic battle and he had thought that no more would be heard from Regby and the Annunaki.

This story brings you up to date with the original crucial members of Petrey’s team and what they are doing now.
Does Petrey fulfil his promise to Regby to be there if he is needed or does he decide to stay at home with his family and friends?
Will his heroic team return with him for yet another day on the battlefield?
I imagine the answer is very clear.

Petrey is an honourable man but now he has a Wife and two young sons and some very serious consideration.
Read on as the story continues and unfolds.
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With heavy hearts and wondering what we should do now we drove back to the hotel. We would have to remove Regby’s body from the room and then make plans to return to Scotland. On entering the room we were stunned to find that Regby’s body was missing. Someone or something had removed him. I carefully asked at reception if there had been any visitors or any messages left for us whilst we had been out. I was assured that nobody had called and there were no messages.

Brendan was feeling quite sick and said he needed to return home as soon as possible. Until now I had forgotten that he was getting old and the stress of the last couple of days culminating in Regby’s death and the subsequent disappearance of his body were taking its toll on his health.